Stieg Larsson Filme Stieg Larsson und seine Millennium-Trilogie
Romane: Verblendung () | Verdammnis () | Vergebung (). Schwedische Filmreihe: Verblendung () | Verdammnis () | Vergebung (). US-amerikanische Filmreihe: Verblendung () | Verschwörung (). Verfilmung des gleichnamigen Romans von Stieg Larsson und der erste Teil der Millennium-Trilogie. Regie führte der Däne Niels Arden Oplev. Der Film kam. Verfilmung der Millenium-Trilogie von Stieg Larsson. Stieg Larssons Millenium-Trilogie wurde von den schwedischen Regisseuren Niels Arden Oplev.
Verfilmung der Millenium-Trilogie von Stieg Larsson. Stieg Larssons Millenium-Trilogie wurde von den schwedischen Regisseuren Niels Arden Oplev. Stieg Larssons geniale Millennium-Trilogie zum Wiedersehen. Alle drei dieser beiden unterschiedlichen Charaktere bildet das Bindeglied der Filme. In den. Romane: Verblendung () | Verdammnis () | Vergebung ().
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She has black hair and the most perfect eyes. Kristen Stewart twilight can NOT play lisabeth. David Fincher on the other hand is brilliant and if anyone can do this american-ization of the series justice, it would be him.
So what someone does not make a grammatical correct sentence….. Its not nessecary to comment on it. I sort of agree.
I am an American and loved the trilogy in Swedish. But Daniel Craig and C. Plummer will probably do an OK remake….
I have read all three books and enjoyed them to no end. I would like to know how Stieg Larsson died? I have also seen the two movies that have been made in Sweden.
As to hollywood making this movie, I think I will be dismayed by their creation! They will totally ruin the story by glitzy stars!!
I for one will not go see the Hollywood creation, specially after enjoying the Swedish ones. An Unknown actor would be able to be more raw.
For goodnes sake, we remember Natalie Portman from the perfume commercials all dolled up, not gritty and punk. TH, I am not anti american per say, but I am very cynical about the american film culture.
These books will become a means of making money, not about the truth of the novels and their drama, everything will be done to maximise the audience, and the integrity of the story will take a back seat.
I have nothing but bad feelings about this, the first and biggest problem is that it is being rewritten, so it will become a hollywood vehicle for the low standard of film appreciation that the american market has, because be in no doubt this will be written for that market, with complete disregard for the rest of the world.
But during the work they changed theire mind. As I recall it. That is probebly why some parts are skimmed over and lacks of the depths.
I can agree on that if you compare the movies with the books. So it will be very interrsting to see if D Fincher will make out of this.
After he has said he will hake his movie version litterallly out of the books. BUT, D Fincher is a great movie producer. Whhat about the original actors from the Swedish movies, they are brilliant, and being Swedish will all speak English better than the average american.
This suggestion is exactly what most people who truly appreciate the books will fear, a complete mess. If they really must remake it in English, and the thought is terrifying, then they could do no better than to keep Noomi Rapace in the role of Lisbeth; her English is fine and her accent will just make it all the more authentic.
Agree with the general premise about hollywood potentially ruining it, although your sentiment is remarkably anti. Not know where Sweden is?
Bottom line is a good story, is a good story plain and simple. That said, if Hollywood does not use Sweden as the set, then that would be an awful diservice to the writer, the book and the wonderful city Stockholm.
According to media Rooney Mara is ready for the role as Lisbeth. Daniel Craig will play Mikael Blomkvist. The entire idea sucks!
Why bother? I hate the swedish version, cast is awfull and mood is diferent in the way I imagined the books.. I love the US cast. Or they just will not watch any film where some other language is spoken, instead of english?
Hmm… Like El Mariachi, a great movie, but again, they had to make a big budget hollywood movie out of it. Which failed completely. No need to boycott anything, I believe the hollywood will produce so much inferior movies nobody bothers to watch them.
I agree, Hollywood should stay out of it.. However I pictured Mikael as younger.. They just seem badly scripted.
Hopefully Fincher and a big budget will be able to do the books justice. Clooney and Pitt just seem to American, Depp maybe able to pull it off.
Damn you Hollywood. There is absolutely no reason to remake this movie. How can they even think about Depp, Pitt or Clooney.
This is a great story, it does not need their star power and their haminess. Depp is too much of a character actor.
Pitt is just too much of a movie star. They would ruin the whole thing. The thought of them in the role makes me want to barf.
She has a crooked smile. I was kind of picturing Ellen Page when I read the books but really do agree an unknown cast might be best.
The Swedish films were well cast. Please make him look Swedish! Hollywood is only doing it to cash in on the gravy train because they have no original scripts to work from anymore — everything is remake, remake, and remake or part 2, part 3, part 4.
It will be like the Da Vinci Code — fun book to read but worst movie ever. I totally agree with Kathleen, there is no need for Hollywood to remake these excellent movies.
I would only say that Rapace did ok in the role as Salander. Do I think that HW is going to make the movies better, probably not as it pretty much butchers every adaptation as well, but I am holding out hope.
The director that was chosen definitely has the chops to make a good movie, but I really think this thing comes down to the screen play, which thankfully they are completely rewriting instead of using the Swedish films screenplays.
Enough material was left out of the 1st Swedish version directed by Neils Oplev that a fuller more complete story could be told.
There were some things left out from the book but I still thought they were great films. The kewpie doll faces of Pitt and Clooney will be ridiculous, and Depp is too much like Lisbeth T herself to make it believable.
Sorry Yanks, I think you should let well enough alone. The Swedish film is riveting and is faithful to the book.
And I totally agree with bob about Noomi Rapace outstanding performance! Excuse the misspellings I posted it before I proofed it……I also wanted to add the that the 2nd and 3rd movies by a different director follow the storyline closer.
I totally agree, I do not think that the Americans can do a better job at this trilogy than what the Swedish has done. I will have to see the American version first before I change my mind.
Options are wonderful things. There are many potential Stieg Larsson fans in the US that will not watch a movie that has been dubbed or my preference subtitles.
It distracts from thier immersion in the story. I will definitely watch the Swedish films, just as I will watch the HW version.
These are wonderful quirky works with message that is relevant. There is room in this world for both.
My only request is that they do it well. After reading the first book, I cannot picture any of the three actors named above in that role.
This will make the role more interesting and believable in my opinion. The only reason I would ever want Hollywood to remake the film is because they might show less of the rape scene and then my mom would let me see it!
I am so angry regarding the American need to remake great films that happened to be made outside of the US that I could scream…but reading your comment, I thought hmmmm…but alas, Noomi Rapace is the ONLY one for me….
Unproud to be an American. What next? I agree with the comment below. Noomi Rapace is beyond the pale as Salander.
She could not be improved upon. And George Cloony is no Blomqvist. The roles need to be non-hollywood types. Hollywood may grossly miscast this production.
Maybe though, they will spend more time on the script and the production. The Swedish flms were wonderful and I doubt remaking them in the US could possibly do them justice…….
I can t imagne they could be improved on. I plan to ban it, if anybody cares. Having just seen the three Swedish movies had read the three books earlier and thinking about the Hollywood initiative.
After all, there is so much material in the books. At least for a stupid Hollywood remake. Besides, Americans simply refuse to watch a movie with subtitles.
Sorry to say, as I am American. I very much doubt the script will be faithful to the book, and they will take some liberties.
I have only read book one and book two, but i seriously do not see Daniel Craig as Blomkvist!!! They are missing the point of the characters and just going for the fancy names!!
Arrogant is the right word. The Americans cant bear to think that a European movie can be such a hit. While it may be a shame more people around the world can speak and understand English than Americans or Brits can speak and understand another language….
For me it was almost like watching a silent movie. I think the problem I had with Noomi Repace;s portrayal of Lisbeth is readers tended to sympathize with Lisbeth and Noomi was totally unsympathetic.
Three hours is a long movie but at least it does justice to the author. And would someone people PLEASE convince the family to give rights to the characters and the fourth manuscript to the wife.
She already knows the characters as she helped create them. Does anyone wonder why many Americans have a weird perspective of the world?
To take everything, and leave nothing to his companion just shows the extreme greed in that family. Now I have read 3! I recently watched the 1st movie and thought that it was well done but seemed to skim over everything and not really go to any depth.
This may be because all the details were still fresh in my mind from just finishing the reading, but longer films are a necessity.
I agree. I only watched the first half an hour of the first film before I switched off. I read all three books and could not put them down.
The family has tried on several instances to reach agreement with his companion but my understanding is she has rejected the offers. It goes to show how important it is to assign your assets as you never know what turn your life will take.
Director said release in US should be early I feel fortunate to have seen this screening.
Have no info on DVD, sorry. The cast were all wooden and the english language was totally out of place against the characters.
They all seemed so low budget and like TV movies. In my humble opinion, such fantastic stories deserve a far more dramatic film adaptation and larger characters.
This goes against the grain here I know but I really enjoyed the books and my imagination created far larger characters and scenes than the Swedish films portrayed.
Looking forward to another interpretation of a brilliant trilogy. To GetAClue: Please go away.
We are not interested in what you have to say, you sound like a five year old — an idiot. The Reverend in your name confirms that you are uneducated and thus not worthy of posting any real critique.
Why do we need a Hollywood version other than to put a lot of money in certain pockets once again????? I certainly would never entertain the idea of going to anything right wing Hollywood.
It would be awful. Let alone the role of Lisbeth Salander! Why does it need to be rewritten? That is just so typical!!
Something is good and the Americans have to take over and own it!! Being an American I can say this from the heart….
Sorry, these actors and actriceses do not have jump in Hollywood. Why remake it for the lekily educated americans?
Americans are really so undereducated as we think? Many actors and actresses are able to make the jump from their native language stage to the American.
I really thought they butchered the story in the ways that they changed things and left parts out. And all of them were far from being as riveting as the books.
What made the Swedish version of the movie so great was that they used REAL people to play the roles not some over paid, over glorified Hollywood types.
Bring on the sub. As an American, I can only say it was predictable that Hollywood, once they saw the popularity of this series, would jump on it as fast as they could.
Also, predictably, they will gloss it up and make it shiny for the American masses, completely missing the rough beauty that the Swedish films captured perfectly.
Anyone care for exploding cars? I still want to see the other 2 Hollywood ones, but I really liked the Swedish ones better.
Less glowy make up and for me, Daniel Craig is so typecast as an ultra competent spy that it was hard to see him acting as a sometimes bumbling Michael Blomkvist.
Yes I wondered too, why she was not mentioned. Even in the 2nd movie one of the characters was not mentioned at all though they do appear in the film!
Is this deliberate or again just an oversight? Arly Jover played her. I agree completely with JS…the movies were discontinuous.
Daniel Craig has the intelligence, the looks, and acting chop to do this part justice and I think Natalie Portman can play Lisbeth to a T.
After having read all three books, I cannot see Brad, George or Liam — even though I enjoy all three of them.
Danial Craig is the one. Please oblige. Thankfully I can read subtitles. I completely agree. I think it makes it more real to be in Swedish anyway, and the settings are authentic.
No film is going to be able to add the depth, detail and intricate story lines that are in the novel.
Brad and Angie were too busy in rehab and adopting more kids! Besides, if it was Brad and Angelina, they would have to have Micheal Bay producing and directing.
They WILL cut out many important scenes from the book, because there is no way you can have a chase scene or explosion every 10 minutes which american audiences must have and still carry on the original story line.
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