The Girl With The Dragon Tattoot has been in theaters for two years now and is one of the best movies of the summer, thanks to a wide-ranging cast that includes Idris Elba, Idris Ndegeocello, Idina Menzel, and Michael Fassbender.
The film is also one of my favorites this year, and we’ve seen its success expand to include a Netflix original series based on the book.
The Girl with the Dragon also has a big summer release in theaters on July 27, 2018.
Here are the key takeaways from our interview with the director and screenwriter of the film.
You’re making a sequel to an epic that started out as a single-issue comic book, but now has more than 30 issues in it.
How has it been expanding?
How does it feel to get this far?
I started working on this movie about five years ago, and then the film started to take off, and now it’s really, really huge.
We’re doing a lot of different things with it and we have the same story that we started out with.
We were going for a lot more of a sci-fi-like look.
What’s really exciting is the way the world of the story is changing, especially when we have these different characters and their perspectives, and how it’s changed the way that the world operates.
We had this idea that we were going to be taking our comic book series and making it into a series of films, but I’m glad to say that it was a very different idea, a much more complicated story, and it’s just a really interesting journey that we’re going on. 2.
You created a whole new cast with Idris’ character, but this is the first time you’ve brought in another actor.
How did that come about?
The first time we had an actor on board, we had this one dude in the film, but when we started working with Idina, we decided that we needed to give her a lot, and the second we had a cast of other actors, we needed more actors.
We needed to bring more voices to this movie, and Idina was the one who was able to play this woman who was a slave in a very brutal way.
That was a difficult decision for us, because we felt like Idina is one-of-a-kind.
We wanted to keep the character very real, but we also wanted to make her very powerful and not make her so strong that it would be too strong for a normal person to take on.
So we went to Idina and she was like, “Oh, I can do it.”
She can play this beautiful, complex character.
She can do this incredible job and make her character very relatable to this audience, and that was a great, huge benefit of being able to work with a person like Idin.
It seems like there’s a lot going on in this film, so you had to make it a big story.
How much of the movie is already told in the books?
We’ve always said that the story of the book is the movie, but what you are seeing is what we want it to be.
I was very aware that we would have a lot to say, and I really tried to make sure that the movie would have more of an impact.
I really wanted the movie to be the one to take the audience back into the story.
The whole point of the plot is to bring back the slave story.
I wanted to bring the audience into the slave world and give them a sense of how slavery was going on, and what they were going through, and also to bring them back into this very real world, which was very real to them, so that they feel like they were part of it.
I also wanted it to feel like we were back in that slave world, where we were in the slave days, and they were in this dark, very brutal world.
The world that we want to portray was a dark, violent, brutal place, so we needed some people that would be in the shadows of those characters and be there to make them relatable.
That’s why we wanted a lot.
I think there are a lot in the movie that are very specific to this world, and this movie really captures the dark, twisted world of that world.
I thought that we really captured it in this movie.
I knew that there was a lot that I wanted for this movie and that I didn’t know where to begin.
The book itself is a very complex, dark world, but it also has some things that are familiar to people.
So when I was working with a story like this, I had to start from scratch.
I had a lot on my plate, and a lot I had learned from the book, and so that’s why I