(Radio Tehran) The late Nove Panicic Stig Larson brought to life the iconic female protagonist Lisbeth Salander, based on the novel “Millennium” trilogy, brought to life by Numi Rapes in the 2009 Swedish original thriller “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo”. Its two sequels
Although a Hollywood remake of the same name starring Rooney Mara and Daniel Craig has been critically panned and was less than commercially expected, Lisbeth’s character will now go on TV, with a new sequel to her life. The project is in the “early stages of development” for streaming platform Amazon, according to various.com.
The project is currently titled “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo”, but it is not a sequel to the story from the books or movies that were adapted.
This will put the story of the cylinder in the current world with a new setting, a new character and a new story.
Calandar is the main character in the book series, three of which Larson completed before his death. They are “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo”, “The Girl Who Played Fire” and “The Girl Who Hornets Nest”. After Larson’s death, the nove panacea David Lagerkrantz took the story forward and wrote “The Girl in the Spider’s Web”, “The Girl Who Take on I I for Eyes,” “The Girl Who to Live.”
On screen, Salander has portrayed multiple actresses. In addition to the original Swedish trilogy Naomi Radapes and Rooney Mara in the 2011 Hollywood remake of “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo”, she also played the role of Claire Faye in the adaptation of “The Girl in the Spider’s Web”.
No writer or lead actress is currently associated with the upcoming series.