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Official “Girl With Dragon Tattoo” trailer arriving Thursday

By Sean O’Connell A red-band trailer for David Fincher’s “The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo” that apparently screened in international theaters made waves over the holiday weekend as bootleg copies of the tease made their way around the Internet.

Seeing as how the story exists in novel form and already has been made into an extremely successful foreign-language film, the clip didn’t feel the need to advance any narrative. It was just a skillfully edited together clip set to a remix of Led Zeppelin’s “Immigrant Song” that set the dark mood of Fincher’s piece. It went so far as to call “Girl,” the feel bad movie of Christmas, or something to that effect.

You might still be able to find the clip online if you surf. THR says Sony has removed copies from the Web, while in a release, states that an official version of the trailer will be posted Thursday, June 2.

So if you haven’t seen the clip yet, hold out until tomorrow. It’s worth the wait. Fincher’s take on Stieg Larsson’s “Girl,” with Daniel Craig and Rooney Mara in the leads, will be in theaters on Dec. 21.

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