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    May 29, 2011


    The poster for the Swedish version

    [UPDATED: Click here to see the trailer instead. The original video was removed]
    Some folks managed to leak out the brand new red band trailer for the upcoming monster hit of this Christmas (I hope), The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo. Yes, if you have not known, the movie is supposedly has finished shooting and now undergoing post-production process. The outcome is one hella awesome trailer which you can watch below. Directed by Academy Awards nominee David Fincher (whose last work on The Social Network almost won Best Picture this year) and starring a notable list of castings headed by Daniel Craig and Rooney Mara, as Mikael Blomkvist and Lisbeth Salander respectively.

    Now if you are a fan of the original novel written by the late Steig Larsson and the original Swedish-language adaptation film, this could be something to cheer for. Now, this red band trailer does not go into the details of breaking down the convoluted story, rather it flashes amazing scenes that regarded as some visually spectacular feast, accompanied by some brilliant music that composer Trent Reznor took a cover on Led Zepellin's "Immigrant Song" with mesmerized ear-banging experience.

    I just need to reiterate that this is a leaked red-band trailer and there might be a chance that it will be pulled off from site-sharing Youtube any moment. Anyway, if you have watched the Swedish version, you would recognized plenty of scenes that were familiar for. If you are not familiar with this beloved franchise, here's some synopsis for you:
    "Based on Stieg Larsson's posthumously published crime thriller trilogy, "The Millennium Series." The book describes the mystery surrounding the long-unsolved disappearance of an heiress. A journalist recently dinged by a libel case and a young female hacker try to resolve it, stirring up bundles of personal and industrial corruption along the way."

    The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo is hitting cinemas in the United States on December 21, just in time for Oscar contention. Malaysians may need to wait a little while!
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