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Archive for the ‘The Girl Who Kicked The Hornet’s Nest’ Category
  Frederik     September 27, 2010     Comment?

The Scottsdale International Film Festival, which opens Friday, is celebrating its 10th year. This year’s opening-night movie is the Arizona premiere of “The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet’s Nest,” the latest film, after “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo” and “The Girl Who Played with Fire,” based on the Stieg Larsson novels. Noomi Rapace returns as Lisbeth Salander, who is to stand trial for murder in this chapter of the saga. For more information on the festival, visit their official website.

  Frederik     September 22, 2010     Comment?

The international trailer for “The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet’s Nest” has been released and can be watched below.

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  Frederik     September 21, 2010     Comment?

News courtesy Deadline Hollywood. “The Girl Who Kicked The Hornet’s Nest”, the third and final entry in Sweden’s Lisbeth Salander trilogy will play at the Goldwyn on October 24th. It’s significant because neither of the first two films, The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo and The Girl Who Played With Fire, screened for the Academy. Now with some Oscar buzz brewing for star Noomi Rapace, the films’ distributor Music Box clearly is seeing the value of getting her exposure in front of these voters even though the only one of the 3 pics likely eligible for an Oscar will be Dragon Tattoo since the latter two, including Hornet’s Nest, were made originally for Swedish television.