'The Social Network' Review

The Social Network Facebook Movie Receives Early Positive Reviews

Early reviews of The Social Network, directed by David Fincher, indicate that the film may live up to its hype.

The Social Network movie discusses the evolution of Facebook and how it grew popular.

The opening scene is said to be one of the most dramatic break-up scenes one can imagine.  The movie then goes on to emphasize the idea of entrepreneurship that has grown to dominate the recent generation.

David Fincher certainly brings a lot of unique humor to the film, much like he has in previous works.  Some of his more notable films include Fight Club and Zodiac.

The central focus of the film revolves around Mark Zuckerberg, a young genius who is not used to failing.  Considering he was offered a job from Microsoft right before college, it is no secret that Mark Zuckerberg was gifted.

Mark Zuckerberg, who is played by Jesse Elsenberg, eventually goes through a heartbreaking separation from his girlfriend.  It is during his depressive state that he comes up with the idea of Facemash, which eventually evolves into Facebook.

The Social Networking debuts on October 1, 2010.  To see The Social Network trailer, visit Fandango.

Source: Execte

'The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo'

More Updated Information on ‘The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo’ Film Set Part 2

Okay guys, part 2 of updated information of Rooney filming ‘The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo’ in Sweden. Many thanks to Dunda via Dedicated to Daniel for the tips!

There are a lot of traffic here today. An excavator is in full swing. A suspected project leaders, women in civilian clothes with notepad, and are talking closely with engineer excavator and a few craftsmen from the building façade. A van that says “Blow Service” on the go by. A pickup will. The driver is a narrow, dark and short-haired girl with glasses. Have Lisbeth Salander dressed up? Question marks are piling up.

On the way to Segersta. Now it starts to get exciting.

Here it will soon burst – including birds singing and blue mountains. It is probably a road tanker which will explode on the bridge next to the church.

Above the scenes. Will Daniel Craigh Mara and Rooney to sit and picnic on the church inside the home? Anyone know?

'The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo'

More Updated Information on ‘The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo’ Film Set Part 1

Okay guys, I have more updated information of Rooney filming ‘The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo‘ in Sweden. Many thanks to Dunda via Dedicated to Daniel for the tips!

The tank truck accident at Old Bridge in Segersta will be film over the four days in late September and may be continue well into filming in November. One hundred to two hundred people are expected to film, along with journalists, of course, and fuss Segersta Paparazzi.

Rooney Mara and Daniel Craig is under great secracy coming to a very small quiet village between blue mountains in Hälsingland/Sweden called Segersta, to film parts of “The girl with the dragon tattoo”.

'The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo' Candids Photo Gallery

Rooney Mara Filming ‘The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo’ 09/06 Photos!

I have uploaded new second set filming photos of Rooney as Lisbeth Salander in ‘The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo‘, she was heading to the gym & learning fighting sequence in Stockholm on September 6, 2010. Huge thanks to Dunda via Dedicated To Daniel for the photos!

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Rooney Mara reveals ‘dark’ personality

Rooney Mara says she was destined to play obscure movie characters as she has “always been dark”.

The 25-year-old upcoming actress was recently announced as the lead female in David Fincher’s latest project The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo.

Rooney’s character Lisbeth involves herself in some fairly gruesome scenes as she fights crimes alongside Daniel Craig’s character Mikael Blomkvist in the movie, and Rooney says she isn’t fazed by sinister characters.

The actress admits that when it came to dressing up to celebrate Halloween, she often chose unconventional characters.

“I’ve always been dark. I’ve been like that since I was three. For Halloween, my mom asked me what I wanted to be. I said, ‘Klara, the crippled girl in Heidi’,” she told Empire magazine. Continue reading Rooney Mara reveals ‘dark’ personality

'The Winning Season'

ComingSoon.net Exclusive: Going for The Winning Season

ComingSoon.net posted an exclusive interview with the ‘The Winning Season‘ writer James Strouse & casts.

VIA SOURCE – Every year, the Sundance Film Festival premieres dozens of great independent films, many that often have to struggle to find an audience in theaters. When James Strouse’s Grace is Gone, starring John Cusack, won the coveted Audience Award in 2007, it was thought Strouse would be a filmmaker to watch. For whatever reason, the movie failed to make a mark when The Weinstein Company released it later that year. Undaunted, Strouse returned to Sundance in January 2009 with his follow-up The Winning Season, a very different movie that involves sports and even a bit of humor.

It stars perennial Sundance man Sam Rockwell as Bill, a divorced alcoholic working as a busboy in a restaurant until his friend, played by Rob Corddry, asks him to coach his high school’s girls’ basketball team, because he thinks Bill could turn them around. Before you can say “Bad News Bears,” Bill is putting the team, made up of Emma Roberts’ Abbie, Shareeka (Half Nelson) Epps’ Lisa, as well as Rooney Mara, Emily Rios and Meaghan Witri, through rigorous paces to try to make them the best team in the league. Along the way, he helps the girls with their problems and they do the same for him. (Read More Interview Via Source)