Rooney Mara

News, Reviews & Features
  • What these new pics tell us about David Fincher's Lisbeth Salander

    Movie News | Matt | 13th January 2011

    More photos have surfaced of Rooney Mara as the new Lisbeth Salander and they're punky, provocative and...well...posed. This is exactly how I imagined Lisbeth would look if she were modelling Diesel clothing. Way to stick it to the man, Salander.

  • Auditioning for David Fincher is fun

    Movie News | Ali | 12th January 2011

    Slam yer peepers on the first official(ish) pic of Rooney Mara as Lisbeth Salander 2.0, plus details of what she did to get the role. Oh Fincher, you so crazy!

  • The Social Network

    Movie Review | Ali | 16th October 2010

    The Social Network is not a movie that sounds good on paper. The origin story of Facebook, the most ubiquitous website on the web? David Fincher ditching his serial killer chic to focus on an internet start-up? Starring Justin Timberlake? Dammit, where's the 'dislike' button on this thing...

  • First look: Rooney Mara as Lisbeth 'Dragon Tattoo' Salander

    Movie News | Ali | 7th September 2010

    A snapper managed to grab some photos of actress Rooney Mara in training for her role in David Fincher's The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo.

  • Rooney Mara cast as Lisbeth Salander

    Movie News | Ali | 16th August 2010

    This delightful young creature has just been cast by David Fincher as Lisbeth Salander in the US remake of The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo. Latest news on who the hell she is, after the jump.

  • A Nightmare on Elm Street

    Movie Review | Matt | 7th May 2010

    Ok, I'll admit it: I was kidding myself. Blinded by a love of 80s horror, I argued vehemently that this was one franchise that would benefit from, nay, deserved a remake. "Krueger can still be relevant to modern audiences," I said. "The dreamscape terrors would look awesome when rendered with CGI". And yet, for all the heavy-handed jumps and unnecessary gore on display, the biggest shock of the film turned out to be my own disappointment in it.