New 'Girl With the Dragon Tattoo' Poster Features a Topless Rooney Mara
By Elizabeth Yun Posted Jun 9th 2011 03:10PM
If anything, Sony has made moves to emphasize that this isn't one for the faint of heart or those with an aversion to gore, gratuitous nudity, rape, murder and everything else that goes bump in the night. It's proudly and unapologetically marketed as "The Feel Bad Movie of Christmas." And although an explicit leaked red band trailer was quickly taken down, even the green band trailer, with a dark version of Trent Reznor and Karen O's take on Led Zeppelin's 'Immigrant Song' pumping over it, made it clear that this movie might give you nightmares.
A new teaser poster makes you wonder why Sony scrambled to get the red band trailer off the Internet because they clearly have no qualms with exposure. It shows a scowling Daniel Craig standing behind a topless Rooney Mara with his arm wrapped around her -- her breast, adorned with a nipple piercing, is proudly on display.
Craig plays Mikael Blomkvist, a journalist-cum-detective who teams up with Mara's Lizbeth Salander, a prodigy hacker, to solve a decades old missing persons case. David Fincher, of 'Se7en,' 'Fight Club' and 'The Social Network' fame was a natural choice to helm the noirish thriller. Mara, who most will recognize as the cute brunette who dumps Mark Zuckerberg in the first scene of 'The Social Network,' had to pierce her lip, brow, septum, nostril and nipple for the role. And if that wasn't enough to convince the world she has what it takes to take on the tortured Lizbeth, this image should do the trick.
See the uncensored (and NSFW) version here.
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