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Earlier this month, a surprising report made the rounds regarding the Dragon Tattoo franchise. With David Fincher’s 2011 adaptation of the Stieg Larsson novel being considered a disappointment, the story suggested that the series is going in a different direction moving forward.
Joe Wright’s Pan has already been deemed a domestic failure, which means Warner Bros. is pretty much banking on success at the Chinese box office to save the film – but don’t be so sure about that eventuality.
Pan is already looking like it's going to be a costly flop for Warner Bros., which means that any hopes of it blossoming into a franchise are almost certainly already over.
Rooney Mara has admitted that there is more than enough of the story left to explore for a Pan 2, but whether or not audiences want that remains to be seen?
For the upcoming film Pan, director Joe Wright cast Caucasian actress Rooney Mara as native character Tiger Lily – and he stands by the decision.
It's common knowledge that Kate Mara still hasn't seen Fantastic Four. But what about her younger sister Rooney Mara?
With Pan, Rooney Mara stars in her first real action film. Is this something that she wants to repeat? Or did she find the experience exhausting? Click inside to find out.
It’s hard to pull your eyes away from Cate Blanchett, who returns to the silver screen in Todd Haynes’ dazzling Carol. As the awards season continues to take shape, Blanchett’s performance is deserving of all the recognition that’s likely coming her way.
Rooney Mara really, really wants to play Lisbeth Salander in another Girl With The Dragon Tattoo film. However she believes that the sequel's chances have now actually passed.
The first trailer for Carol has been released, and it proves that both Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara have brought their A-game for the highly anticipated romantic drama.
As hinted in the new Carol trailer, Cate Blanchett might have another Oscar nomination — and win — on her hands. Watch the footage now.
Neverland has never looked so magical as in this Pan trailer packed with fairies and mermaids and pirates and adventure. Oh, and one really large jumping crocodile.
The director of Me And Earl And The Dying Girl, Hugh Jackman, and Jason Segel are going to work on a very promising film together.
As we have mentioned in previous articles, Pan will be a new take on the early days of Peter (played by newcomer Levi Miller), starting in a London orphanage and following him on his journey to Neverland, where he’s hoping to reunite with his mother (Amanda Seyfried)… and fulfill a prophecy of a young savior with the ability to fly.
Hugh Jackman and Rooney Mara have signed up for a weighty, emotional drama from one of the hottest directors in Hollywood at the moment.
Shortly after it was announced that the star of The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo would play Tiger Lily for director Joe Wright in a Peter Pan prequel, internet outrage (whether real or imagined) erupted on the usual chats and forums. There was even a petition to get Mara replaced. The actress understood… until she met with Wright and learned about his vision.
To help explain Wright’s vision for Pan, Warner Bros. invited us to a sprawling film set on the outskirts of London, where we ate with pirates, walked the planks of huge pirate ships, waved at Hugh Jackman, and learned the following about this summer’s Pan.
Despite being based on a massively popular series of novels, David Fincher’s 2011 adaptation of Stieg Larsson’s The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo underperformed. Since then, there’s been a great deal of talk about whether or not we’ll see the rest of the novels on screen, but now it looks like Sony has a plan in place.
You probably haven’t yet heard of Lion. The film recently wrapped in India and is ready to head on over to Australia in the weeks ahead. In light of this development, the film has been firming up its cast with a crop of truly impressive acting talents.
When The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo hit back in 2011, it seemed a foregone conclusion that David Fincher’s adaptation of the Swedish novel and film trilogy would get right to work on a second chapter. That, however, has yet to happen.