Will you be going out to see The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo? Everyone is expecting you to. Especially since the film is more than likely to have long-lasting reverberations in the cultural Zeitgeist of the first half of this still-new decade: Part One of the internationally famous trilogy opens this week and, periodically, over the next few years, a new one will be making its debut. If you think blockbuster trilogies amount to very little, perhaps you could try recalling the vampire fad we’re still in the middle of thanks to the Twilight book and film series.
Rooney Mara is in the lead role and her co-protagonist is Craig Daniel of Bond-fame. Anticipate the title’s “Girl,” Lisbeth Salander, to make a big impact on fashion. Yes, her look is a little over the top with the bleached eyebrows and severe bowl cut, but many a designer, to say nothing of the regular fashion devotees found on the street, will be taking a cue from her dark and modern wardrobe. It proposes a striking contrast to the conservative and purposefully decorous throwback fashion that has ruled the runways, and the wardrobes of both men and women, as of late.
The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo is the second film adaptation of Steig Larsson’s posthumously published best-selling novels. David Fincher, who last directed The Social Network is at the helm of this production.
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