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Rooney Mara Cast in Joe Wright’s Pan

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Joe Wright’s Pan has added one more cast member. Rooney Mara has been cast in the role of Tiger Lily according to a report from Variety. She joins already cast actors, Garrett Hedlund and Hugh Jackman. 

J.M. Barrie’s iconic character Peter Pan gets a new story in Pan as the story takes place during World War II and follows young Peter, an orphan, who is kidnapped by pirates and taken away to Neverland.

Tiger Lily, in the original book, is princess of a tribe of Native Americans living in Neverland. In many adaptations, she serves as a love interest for Peter.

Wright is directing from a screenplay by Jason Fuchs. Greg Berlanti and Paul Webster are serving as producers. The film is set for a worldwide release on July 17, 2015, opening opposite Marvel Studios’ Ant-Man.

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Girl Who Played With Fire Sequel Moving Forward

Rooney Mara, Lisbeth Salander, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo

The recent book to movie adaptation, The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo, was one of the most talked about movies over the holiday season. It is no surprise that Sony plans to make the sequel into a film as well. Continue reading

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New TV Spot for The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo Focuses on Lisbeth Salander

Rooney Mara, Lisbeth Salander, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo

We’re about a month away from David Fincher’s The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo arriving in theaters to stomp out any and all Christmas spirit you might have, but there hasn’t been a whole lot of attention giving to Rooney Mara’s Lisbeth Salander… until now.

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New TV Trailer for The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo

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The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo will be raining on our Christmas-time cheer in a little over a month but that’s no reason to not enjoy the new TV spot that captures a couple of the high points in David Fincher’s adaptation of the Stieg Larsson novel.

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