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Rooney Mara Playing With Fire? Ready For The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo Sequel IF It Happens!

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Rooney Mara says she “would love” to be The Girl Who Played With Fire, the sequel to The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo for which Rooney earned an Oscar nom.

We’re getting HOT just thinking about it! LOLz!!!

But the Ain’t Them Bodies Saints actress is keeping quiet about whether The Girl Who Played With Fire is going to get a fire lit under it AT ALL, saying about the existence of a script:

"I cannot confirm or deny what I have or have not read.”

Well, what else would we have expected Lisbeth Salander to say?

Rooney went on:

“I'm excited about it. I hope it gets made."

Umm. Us too!

We’ll be there with TATS on! LOLz!!!

[Image via Eva Napp/WENN.]

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3 comments to “Rooney Mara Playing With Fire? Ready For The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo Sequel IF It Happens!”



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    Goes to show how the film industry works in other countries: The Swedish original trilogy, "The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo", "The Girl Who Played With Fire", "The Girl Who Kicked the Hornets Nest" AND a made for TV mini-series based on the books were made in a matter of a few years. One movie each year; then the mini-series. Noomi Rapace played the lead in all, as did her co-star Michael Nyqvist. All were very successful projects. Here in America\Hollywood no one can take a shit without committee approval, lawyers, agents, mangers, and janitors signing off. Tries my patience. And this is not a huge special film so none of the "a year of post production" BS. It would be so nice if this country as a film industry could simply get films made without all the needless bickering.



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    From what I've heard, the other two movies will not be made, because the first one didn't make enough money. I guess it made around $100 million, but Sony was expecting it to make more. I've also been told that the recent stories about there being a writer for it are complete BS. If they were going to do the sequel, it would have started filming shortly after The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo came out, waiting too long between movies is the quickest way people lose interest.

  3. Ennui002 says – reply to this


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    I'm hoping the second and third books are made into films; however, Sony is notorious for dismissing sequels if the first film doesn't garner them enough revenue or the concluding profit doesn't exceed their expectations. Really? $230+ million dollars against a $90 million dollar budget isn't enough? Hollywood is confusing…