Completely forgot about the former coming out, didn’t even know about the latter.

thedude-abides:

Robot Chicken: Mystery Not Incorporated

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ridemytardis:

★[1/7] Movies » The Girl Who Trilogy (Swedish Version) ()

“I would have never done it, Lisbeth. But I understand why you did. I don’t know what you have experienced. But I was about to die in that cellar, and you saved my life. Whatever you have seen, you don’t need to tell me. I’m just happy that you’re here.” - Mikael Blomkvist

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indigoassassin:

From GWTDT: Extended Edition.

The pain was so immediate and so fierce that Lisbeth stopped in mid-stride, incapable of movement. Part of her wanted to rush after them. She wanted to take the metal sign and use the sharp edge to cleave Berger’s head in two. She did nothing as thoughts swirled through her mind. Analysis of consequences . Finally she calmed down.

What a pathetic fool you are, Salander, she said out loud.

musing-11:

All this running around, well it’s getting me down

Just give me a pain that I’m used to

Lisbeth Salander - The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo

Music: A Pain That I’m Used To by Depeche Mode

causamisteriosa:

dammit-andrea:

The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo graphic novel

i’d buy it

causamisteriosa:

dammit-andrea:

The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo graphic novel

i’d buy it

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This scene.
Loads of lulz.

This scene.

Loads of lulz.

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Well, that is interesting.

It’s also odd, though.

One of the first things that irked me in the American TGWTDT film was that she seemed too ‘angsty’ to be a Five and leaned more toward counterphobic Six (when, in the book, she was clearly a Five). She seemed to be ‘acting out’ more than ‘pushing people away.’ I had assumed the change was made to appeal to more people, as Sixes tend to. Now, I am perplexed.

Deleted scenes? Was the mark just missed?

Or, perhaps, I just need to see it again…

citizenwasp:

Forever reblog this scene.

I still haven’t figured out why her foot is in the sink.

And I want to see the rest of the scene. Something was cut, as two lines from this moment are in the trailer (’They aren’t so into tattoos and…” “They don’t seem to like you either” or something like that), but they don’t appear in the film. I’m also pretty sure her toast isn’t right in front of her when the scene starts. She’s just smoking and then a plate and coffee cup materialize before her on the rim of the sink…

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citizenwasp:

OH MY GODDDD

YES.

"But the real person responsible for forever tainting your memory of anodyne late-’80s hits? Daniel Craig. “I have to give credit where credit is due,” Fincher tells EW. “We knew we needed a moment of levity. I said, ‘He should walk over and turn on music, because he doesn’t like to kill, he doesn’t like to hear the screams, without hearing his favorite music.’ And Daniel Craig hopped up and picked up his iPod and scrolled through it and said, ‘Here it is.’ And we all almost pissed ourselves, we were laughing so hard. No, actually, it’s worse than that. He said, ‘Orinoco Flow!’ Everybody looked at each other, like, what is he talking about? And he said, ‘You know, “Sail away, sail away…”’ And I thought, this guy is going to make Blomkvist as metro as we need.”"

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Everyone in the theater I was in cracked up during this moment. 

Thanks, Mr. Craig. xD

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fablazy:

I believe Lisbeth’s tattoo is: Sofia Agneta vila i frid (Agneta Sofia rest in peace)
Agneta Sofia Salander is her Mother

I didn’t catch this.

fablazy:

I believe Lisbeth’s tattoo is: Sofia Agneta vila i frid (Agneta Sofia rest in peace)

Agneta Sofia Salander is her Mother

I didn’t catch this.

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