Latest Official Poster for David Fincher's 'Girl with the Dragon Tattoo'
What is Hidden in Snow… An official poster has been revealed on the Mouth Taped Shut Tumblr (thanks to Awards Daily) for David Fincher's The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo. While it's not as provocative or nude as the first teaser poster, it's still some great artwork that merges the punk look of Rooney Mara as Lisbeth Salander and Daniel Craig as Mikael Blomkvist, plus the flower imagery seen recently in the viral that's an important part of the story. I like this poster, it reminds me of that other unused face-merging art, but it's not exactly my favorite design, too much going on in the middle. I'm sure we'll see even more soon.
Click on the full-size Dragon Tattoo poster below to jump over to the Tumblr post for a high res download.
A journalist is aided in his search for a woman who'd been missing, or dead, for forty years, by a young female hacker, played in this one by Rooney Mara. Based on Stieg Larsson's Millennium series of novels.
The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo is directed by Oscar nominated filmmaker David Fincher, of great films like Se7en, The Game, Fight Club, Panic Room, Zodiac, Benjamin Botton and The Social Network just last year. The script was adapted by Oscar winning screenwriter Steven Zaillian (Schindler's List, Hannibal, Gangs of New York, All the King's Men, American Gangster) directly from Larsson's novel. Sony is bringing Girl with the Dragon Tattoo to theaters on December 21st, right before Christmas. Feel bad this holiday.
Eh, its okay.
Xerxexx on Oct 24, 2011
I don't know why but the font that they used for the title bothers me.
Mr. Foe on Oct 24, 2011
Love it. Kellerhouse always kills it.
jj on Oct 24, 2011
Actually really don't like this. The only thing I like is that the poster looks like a framed flower, but its opacity is too much and the characters distract from it, and the side profile shot is the girl who kicked the hornets nest poster, just reversed. Separate yourself a bit from being a remake! Not a fan of the tagline either..
Mike P. on Oct 24, 2011
Hauntingly beautiful. *And Alex, if you have one of the metal razor-blade posters—I'd like to buy it from you, if possible.
Anonymous on Oct 25, 2011
I like it for its simplistic but I don't think it's one of Kellerhouse's strongest works.
Crockett on Oct 25, 2011
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