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Sony Pictures reportedly is not in a rush to make 'The Girl Who Played with Fire', which is still waiting for screenwriter Steven Zaillian to finish his work.
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer insists that grossing $231 million worldwide is not enough for the thriller to turn a profit, while hoping that '21 Jump Street' could bring a better benefit.
'The Help' brings Octavia Spencer to win Best Supporting Actress kudo, 'A Separation' claims Best Foreign Language Film award, while 'The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo' wins Best Film Editing prize.
Mumbai-based Sony Pictures India announced that the action thriller starring Rooney Mara will not open in India theaters due to some 'unsuitable' scenes.
Along with the three filmmakers, 'The Descendants' helmer Alexander Payne and 'The Artist' director Michael Hazanavicius are also nominated for the 64th Annual Directors Guild of America Awards.
While 'Young Adult', 'Midnight in Paris' and 'Bridesmaids' are nominated for Best Original Screenplay, 'Girl with the Dragon Tattoo', 'Hugo' and 'The Help' are up for Best Adapted Screenplay.
The studio claims that 'Girl Who Played with Fire' will still be happening with 'Girl with the Dragon Tattoo' lead actors Rooney Mara and Daniel Craig returning as Lisbeth and Mikael respectively.
Aside from 'Bridesmaids', 'The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo' and 'The Artist', well reviewed films like 'Hugo', 'War Horse' and 'Midnight in Paris' are competing to win the coveted Best Pictures award.
The Lisbeth of 'The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo' opens up about having the hardest time when filming the subway fight scene and shares that she is looking forward to working with Terrence Malick next.
Admitting that he has to omit some parts from Stieg Larsson's novel in 'The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo' movie, the screenwriter says, 'It was really just that they were unnecessary to the story.'
In a recent interview, the younger sister of Kate Mara praises Noomi for her portrayal of the punk hacker in the 2009 'Girl with the Dragon Tattoo' film, calling it 'incredible.'
On the reason why, director David Fincher explains it 'doesn't seem prudent' to him to go back and forth only to shoot 'Girl Who Played with Fire' and 'Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest'.