Tag Archives: Sarah Snook

“Steve Jobs” continues to impress on the festival circuit and make its case to Oscar

Over the weekend, I was lucky enough to be at the New York Film Festival for the Centerpiece screening of Danny Boyle’s biopic Steve Jobs. The movie was initially going to be a World Premiere at NYFF, and technically that was the case, but an “unfinished” version screened at the[...]

“Steve Jobs” takes the Centerpiece slot at the New York Film Festival this year

Hot on the heels of the New York Film Festival announcing Don Cheadle’s Miles Ahead as its Closing Night Selection (to go along with Robert Zemeckis’ The Walk as its Opening Night pick), we now know what the Centerpiece will be, and it’s a big one. Despite some buzz about[...]

“5 to 7” and “It Follows”: The Best of the First Quarter of 2015

Time flies. Believe it or not, we’re now three full months into the 2015 movie calendar, which means we’re literally a quarter of the way through the film slate. That got me thinking about what the best of the bunch so far this year has been. Since now is the[...]

‘Dragon Tattoo’ news: Browning out, Sweden in

HollywoodNews.com: Emily Browning of “Lemony Snicket” has been dropped off the list of candidates to play moody femme Lisbeth Salander in David Fincher’s reboot of “The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo.” News comes from The Daily Beast via Collider. This leaves Rooney Mara (“The Social Network”), Sarah Snook (“Sleeping Beauty”), Sophie Lowe[...]

Carey Mulligan confirms she is not getting a ‘Dragon Tattoo’

HollywoodNews.com: Carey Mulligan has made it official that she’s out of the running for the lead Goth femme part of Lisbeth Salander in David Fincher’s U.S. reboot of Swedish hit “The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo.” Speaking to EW, Mulligan exclaimed that she is not getting the part: “I can[...]

‘Dragon Tattoo’ femme lead down to five finalists

HollywoodNews.com: UPDATE: It feels as though the role of Lisbeth Salander in the U.S. remake of “The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo” is the most coveted role in Hollywood, well, since little orphan Annie. Apparently, director David Fincher has whittled it down to five actresses for the role, some of them[...]