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THE GIRL WITH THE DRAGON TATTOO (2011): 4-Minute Movie Trailer

Daniel Craig, Rooney Mara, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo 2011

The Girl with The Dragon Tattoo 4 Minute Trailer. David Fincher‘s The Girl with The Dragon Tattoo (2011) 4-Minute movie trailer stars Rooney Mara, Daniel Craig, Robin Wright, Stellan Skarsgard, and Christopher Plummer. The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo (2011)’s plot synopsis: “Harriet Vanger, a scion of one of Sweden’s wealthiest families disappeared over forty years ago. All these years later, her aged uncle (Christopher Plummer) continues to seek the truth. He hires Mikael Blomkvist (Daniel Craig), a crusading journalist recently trapped by a libel conviction, to investigate. He is aided by the pierced and tattooed computer prodigy Lisbeth Salander (Rooney Mara). Together they tap into a vein of unfathomable iniquity and astonishing corruption.”

We previously posted The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo Red Band Teaser Trailer and The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo Teaser Trailer.

I had heard about an 8-Minute movie trailer some weeks ago that a lucky few movie webmasters were able to see before screenings of Straw Dogs and Moneyball. This is apparently the condensed version of that movie trailer.

The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo is based off of the first book of the critically acclaimed Millennium Trilogy, which has already spurred three successful Swedish films. We reviewed two of those Swedish films here: The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (2009) Movie Review and here: The Girl Who Played With Fire (2009) Movie Review.

The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo (2011) also stars Max von Sydow, Joely Richardson, David Dencik, Joel Kinnaman, Embeth Davidtz, Goran Visnjic, Julian Sands, Steven Berkoff, Geraldine James, Yorick van Wageningen, and Sahlima.

Watch The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo 4-minute movie trailer below and leave your thoughts on it in the comments section.  The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo will be released in US theaters on December 21, 2011. For more The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo photos, videos, and information, check out our The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo Page.

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  • Elle

    I must say I agree. In all fairness I rented out the Swedish version. I was SO bored. Something about the way Rooney Mara played Lisbeth, it was just more believable and she wasn’t trying to dress in fashionable KISS band boots. Not a fan of Daniel Craig ever really, however I enjoyed his character’s and Lisbeth’s relationship far more than the Swedish version where Mikael is smiling to himself at how adorably cute Lisbeth is when she does things. It’s so fake. ick. Give me the American version any old day!

  • I liked the Swedish version more. The tone of the film was more consistent than the American version and the ending to that film was better as well. They humanized Lisbeth more in the American than she actually is in the book. I didn’t like that change.

  • Elle

    Guess that’s my next move (maybe). Read the book. Although you indicate that she’s more humanized in the American version, and therefore I assume less so in the Swedish version which is said to follow more closely to the book’s content. I think I might not enjoy the book actually because of this. I don’t want to read about someone that is so unfeeling. I actually like the vulnerability and the slow progression to trust Mikael.The ending I know is completely different than the book, however there is something about that ending that I just cannot forget, even weeks after I saw the movie. It’s actually very sad whereas the Swedish version leaves me with no feeling at all. I will concede that somehow the Swedish version nicely filled in spots where I was unsure about something in the American version. Great job at that but I still felt nothing for the characters. And I love foreign films so that’s not even an issue. I don’t know what it is really. Tell me then what is your take on the relationship between Mikael and Lisbeth in the book. Does he actually care at all about her? Or is he too wrapped up with Erika. Is there ever a time that it’s obvious she’s falling for him despite her resistance to show emotion? Give me something to hope for.. 🙂

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