David Fincher is known for a number of films and TV shows, though his 2011 adaptation of The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo isn’t one that gets talked about as heavily. With widespread critical acclaim and an Oscar nomination for (along with a still pretty great opening title sequence), the movie mainly exists as a one-and-done affair, even when Sony attempted to try and franchise it out with 2018’s The Girl in the Spider’s Web.
Amazon MGM Studios is now trying their hand at adapting Stieg Larsson’s thriller novels with a new TV series. Per Variety, the show recently bagged as its showrunner; Sud previously developed AMC’s The Killing for its entire run, and has plenty of experience in the crime thriller genre. She’s previously written and executive produced for shows like Cold Case and Push, Nevada, and directed The Lie, a 2018 psychological horror film on Prime Video.
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