The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo

The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo poster
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $102,515,793Details
International Box Office $130,654,445
Worldwide Box Office $233,170,238
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $26,220,823 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $13,340,409 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $39,561,232
Further financial details...

  1. Summary
  2. News
  3. Box Office
  4. Video Sales
  5. Full Financials
  6. Cast & Crew
  7. Trailer

Synopsis

The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo is the first film in Columbia Pictures' three-picture adaptation of Stieg Larsson's literary blockbuster The Millennium Trilogy. Directed by David Fincher and starring Daniel Craig and Rooney Mara, the film is based on the first novel in the trilogy, which altogether have sold 50 million copies in 46 countries and become a worldwide phenomenon.

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics Certified FreshAudience Upright
Critics
86% - Certified Fresh
Audience
86% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$90,000,000
Domestic Releases: December 20th, 2011 (Wide) by Sony Pictures
Video Release: March 20th, 2012 by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: R for brutal violent content including rape and torture, strong sexuality, graphic nudity, and language.
(Rating bulletin 2199, 11/23/2011)
Keywords: Surprise Twist, Revenge, Sex Crimes, Serial Killer, Dysfunctional Family, Writing and Writers, News, Private Investigator, Foreign Language Remake
Source:Based on Fiction Book/Short Story
Genre:Thriller/Suspense
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Columbia Pictures, MGM, Scott Rudin, Yellow Bird

Blu-ray Sales: Mission did the Impossible

Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol led all new releases topping the Blu-ray sales chart with an impressive debut of 1.34 million units / $29.51 million. Its opening week Blu-ray share was an outstanding 67%. As a result of this fantastic opening, I'm making a bold prediction. By the end of the year, a summer blockbuster will open with a Blu-ray share of 75%. More...

Blu-ray Sales: Our Darkest Hour

This literally could turn out to be the worst week of the year on the Blu-ray sales chart. The best-selling new release was The Darkest Hour, which only managed 158,000 units / $3.17 million. The only good news is the film's opening week Blu-ray share, which was an impressive 54%. More...

DVD Sales: Alvin Hops to the Top

Family films led the way on the DVD Sales Chart this week taking the top three spots. This included one and a half new releases. The best selling DVD was Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chip-Wrecked, which sold 893,000 units / $15.56 million during its first full week of release. This is well below the opening week numbers of its predecessors, but the franchise collapsed at the box office, so this result is not surprising. More...

Blu-ray Sales: Families Happy to be Blu

There were not many new releases on the Blu-ray sales chart and many of the top selling DVDs were family films, which tend to struggle on high definition. Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chip-Wrecked did grab first place, but with just 270,000 units / $6.29 million. Its opening week Blu-ray Share was just 23%, which is weak for the format as a whole and only average for the genre. More...

Blu-ray Sales: Muppets Find it Easy to be Blu

New releases really dominated the Blu-ray sales chart taking the top four spots and five of the top six. Leading the way was The Muppets with 967,000 units / $24.16 million. Its opening week Blu-ray ray share was 52%, which is stunning for a live action family film. In fact, it's would good for a visually impressive action film. More...

DVD Sales: Muppets Show How it's Done

New releases dominated the DVD sales chart earning the top three spots and five of the top ten. Leading the way was The Muppets with 884,000 units / $15.05 million. This is a little weaker than I would like, but perhaps it performed better on Blu-ray. I'm not overly optimistic, because live action kids movies tend to struggle on high definition. More...

DVD and Blu-ray Releases for March 20th, 2012

It's another week were there are a lot of Awards Season players hitting the home market and a lot of screeners that are late. There are a trio of films that are high on the list of contenders for Pick of the Week. These include two serious drama / thrillers: Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy on Blu-ray Combo Pack and The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo on Blu-ray. However, in the end, I went with the extreme other end of the serious scale with The Muppets's Wocka Wocka Value Pack More...

2012 Awards Season: Live Blogging the Oscars... Best Picture... The Arist

It's Oscars night. (Actually, it's 3:43 in the morning as I'm typing this, but I thought I would get a jump on the celebration.) As I do every year, I will follow the announcements live and update our list of Oscar winners. However, this year I will be doing it a little differently and the list of nominees below will include the favorites as picked by our readers in Italics and as picked by me in Bold. So you can watch live and tell when I'm out of the running for our Oscar contest. (I figure it will take at least 17 wins out of 24 to come out on top. Maybe even 18 or 19 wins.) So, will The Artist be the big winner tonight as our readers predict? Or will Hugo score the upset? Stay tuned to fine out. More...

2012 Awards Season: Oscar Highlight: Best Actress

With our annual Oscar Prediction contest underway, now is the best time to look at the nominees and try and figure out who the favorites are and which films should just feel honored to be nominated. This week we will look at the four acting categories, finishing with Best Actress. This category is a little tricky, as there are two actresses that can both be seen as the favorite for different reasons. I'm not sure who will win. More...

International Box Office: Journey to the Top

Journey 2: The Mysterious Island climbed into first place with $30.0 million on 8,580 screens in 30 markets for a total of $79.20 million. To put this into perspective, its predecessor made $140 million in total, which is a figure this film could match, even if it didn't have any additional markets left to open in. Its biggest opening this weekend was in China where it earned $9.5 million, while it was also a big hit in Russia with $6.97 million on 1,021 screens. The film debuts in France and Spain this weekend, and has yet to open in Italy, Germany, Japan, and other markets. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Vow Wows

Another weekend, another win. For the sixth weekend in a row, 2012 has topped 2011 in the year-over-year, and like much of the year, it wasn't even close. The overall box office was up 66% from last weekend reaching $192 million. It was also 29% higher than the same weekend last year. All four wide releases beat expectations, sometimes by wide margins. Also, all earned more than $20 million, which is the first time that's happened on a non-holiday weekend. And two of them earned $40 million or more. Year-to-date, 2012 now has a 19% lead on 2011 at $1.19 billion to $1.00 billion. There is reason to be cautious however, as a lot of this growth is due to 2011 getting off to a disastrous start. It is still too soon to declare victory, but it is reason to at least be somewhat optimistic. More...

International Box Office: Ghost Rises Again

It was a good weekend for Mission: Impossible: Ghost Protocol. It crossed $200 million domestically and jumped back to first place on the international chart with $25.23 million on 6,411 screens in 56 markets. It now has $369.37 million internationally and $571.93 million worldwide, which is the best in the franchise. The film earned first place with $12.7 million on 3000 screens in China, but had to settle for second place in Italy with $3.01 million on 575. It will quickly cross $600 million worldwide, even though it has no more major markets left to open in. More...

International Box Office: Sherlock on Top, but International Flavor in the top Five

Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows was again the top film on the international box office, even though it fell significantly from last week. It generated an additional $18.3 million on 7,505 screens in 57 markets for totals of $261.3 million internationally and $439.6 million worldwide. Getting to $400 million worldwide is more than enough to show a profit, unless it cost a ridiculous amount for global prints and advertising. There were no major new markets to report on last weekend, but it did add $2.38 million on 422 screens over the weekend in Brazil, giving the film a total of $8.08 million after two. Up next is France this weekend, while it opens in Japan in March. $300 million internationally is pretty much a given, unless it bombs in those two markets, while if it does well, it could reach $500 million worldwide. More...

2012 Awards Season: Hugo and The Artist Compete for Oscar Glory

Yesterday was one of the biggest days during Awards Season as The Oscar nominations were announced in the morning. It was a two horse race for top spot as far as the big winners are concerned. Hugo earned the most nominations with eleven, while The Artist was right behind with ten. However, one could argue The Artist is the bigger winner, as more of its nominations were in the more prestigious categories. More...

International Box Office: Sherlock Holmes Catches another Milestone

Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows remained on top of the international chart with $27.4 million in 57 markets for totals of $222.0 million internationally and $392.2 million worldwide. The film's only major market opening came in Brazil where it topped the chart with $3.37 million on 446 screens. With openings in France and Japan still ahead, Game of Shadows should top $300 million internationally, while it has a shot at $500 million worldwide. More...

Weekend Predictions: Will the Box Office have a Beautiful Weekend?

This weekend is Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, which is not one of the biggest long weekends at the box office. (It is just too close to Christmas / New Year's to really help boost the box office significantly.) There are three films opening wide, Beauty and the Beast 3D, Contraband, and Joyful Noise, plus another film, The Iron Lady, which is expanding enough that it could reach the top ten. I don't think any of them will match last year's winner, The Green Hornet, which pulled in $33.53 million during its opening weekend. However, one can hope all three wide releases reach their potential and 2012 will come out ahead of 2011. More...

2012 Awards Season: Scorsese Scores DGA Double-Shot

After previously announcing Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature Film, the Directors Guild of America announced the nominations for the Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Documentary category. This is the final major award we track before the Oscars and, at this point, there are definitely favorites for the big night. More...

International Box Office: Sherlock Sequel tries to Climb out of Its Shadow

It's clear that Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows won't surpass its predecessor domestically, while it will be difficult to avoid that fate internationally. That said, it did climb into first place on the international chart with $44.9 million in 51 markets over the weekend for a total of $180.6 million after four weeks of release, while its worldwide total reached $337.6 million. It debuted in first place in a couple major markets this past weekend. In Australia it earned $6.65 million on 386 screens, while in Spain it managed $4.67 million on 459. Even if it had no major markets left to open in, it still would get to $250 million internationally. With debuts in Brazil, France, and Japan ahead, it could reach north of $300 million. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Box Office Makes Faustian Deal

Wow. That was a shock. The first weekend of 2012 was amazingly strong. Not only did the only new wide release start off much, much stronger than expected, but almost all of the holdovers also held on better than expected. Maybe a lot of people made New Year's resolutions to watch more movies. Compared to last week, the box office was down just shy of 10% to $139 million; however, it was a post-holiday weekend, so this dip was to be expected. In fact, it was rather shallow. Compared to last year, the overall box office was up 25%, which is fantastic. Let's hope this is a sign of things to come. More...

Weekend Estimates: Devil Inside Scores Surprise Win

The Devil Inside came out of nowhere to win this weekend's race at the box office, according to studio estimates released on Sunday. Its $34.5 million debut is well ahead of expectations and will likely place it second or third on the list of all-time January opening weekends when final numbers are released on Monday. (See full list of January record weekends.) This performance is a welcome boost to overall business, which is coming off a disappointing 2011. Total box office for the weekend should be about 30% up from this weekend last year. More...

International Box Office: Major Milestone for Mission

Mission: Impossible: Ghost Protocol remained in first place on the international chart with $45.86 million on 7,342 screens in 50 markets for a total of $227.01 million internationally and $359.42 million worldwide. This includes a first place, $12.77 million opening on 509 screens in the U.K. It had to settle for second place in Mexico with $1.32 million on 1,065 screens over the weekend for a total opening of $6.64 million and in Brazil with $1.04 million on 501 screens over the weekend and a total opening of $6.02 million. The film has almost caught up with Mission: Impossible: III and is closing in on the average for the franchise. More...

Awards Season: WGAs Welcome Same Group of Nominees

The latest round of major nominations were released today with the WGA nominations. Like much of the rest of the previous announcements, the only surprise was the lack of surprises. Four of the five Original Screenplays earned other nominations in that category or other guild nominations. That number rises to five out of five for Adapted Screenplays. There's little doubt about what films are Oscar contenders at this point. The Documentary films category is a little more contentious, but it usually is. More...

Weekend Predictions: Dealing with the Devil

After the depressing box office results of 2011 (to be fair, the box office did reach $10 billion for the third time in a row, which is no small amount of money, but week after week we saw year-over-year declines) the industry is pretty desperate to turn things around and we do have some reasons to be hopeful this weekend, mainly because the comparable weekend last year was so bad. Most analysts think The Devil Inside will top last year's lone wide release, Season of the Witch, so if the holdovers can do their part, maybe we can start the year with a win. Then again, I've been hopeful before the weekend many, many times recently, only to be crushed when the box office numbers come in. More...

Awards Season: PGAs Build Consensus

The nominees for this year's Producers Guild of America were announced and there were not a lot of surprises. For instance, nine of the ten nominees for Theatrical Motion Pictures also earned Golden Globe Nominations for either Best Drama or Best Musical / Comedy. Four of the five Animated films also did the same. It does make the Awards Season picture a lot clearer going forward, but it makes coming up with something to say much harder. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: New Year, Same Old Results

2011 ends and 2012 begins, but the new beginnings didn't change. The overall box office rose to $155 million over the weekend, $200 million if you include Monday. This is higher than last weekend, but since Christmas landed on the weekend, this was to be expected. It is troubling that for the three-day portion of the weekend, the box office was 3% lower than last year, which is weaker than expected. 2011 ended with $10.22 billion, which was 3% lower than 2010. Attendance was down 4%, meaning the year had the lowest tickets sales since 1995. We can only hope the next 52 weeks are better than the last 52 weeks were. More...

Weekend Predictions: Ring in the New Year with Auld Films

The New Year's Eve weekend is one of the most prosperous at the box office, but it also usually has no wide releases. This is the case this year, for the most part. War Horse and The Darkest Hour will have their first full weekends at the box office, but that's as close as we have to a new release. This means it is unlikely there will be many major changes in the ranking of the top five films and Mission: Impossible: Ghost Protocol has a clear shot at first place. Also, because Christmas Eve fell on Saturday, we should see strong growth across the board. Anything less than double-digit growth by any film will be considered a disappointment. This means we could actually end 2011 on a winning note compared to 2010. It wouldn't be enough to make a difference in the big picture, but a win is a win. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Ethereal Results

Due to the placement of Christmas Day, we are still dealing with mostly studio estimates for weekend numbers. However, while we wait for the final numbers, we can look at some of these early results and compare them to expectations and in some cases use them predict how these films will end their theatrical runs. (In some cases, there's not enough information to guess where it will go in the future.) As for the overall box office numbers, we don't know if the final tally will be higher or lower than last year, but I'm not optimistic. More...

Weekend Predictions: Six Days of Christmas

This year Christmas is a mess, when it comes to the box office. There are six films opening or expanding wide spread over six days. This includes The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, which was bumped up at the last minute and opened on Tuesday. At the other end of the time frame, War Horse and The Darkest Hour don't open till Sunday. The number of films virtually guarantees at least two will struggle at the box office, but hopefully by spreading out the releases, moviegoers will be able to spread their daily movie contact among the new releases. That is if people will bother going to the movies. The longer the slump continues, the more likely it is due to a systemic issue. When people stop going to the movies, they don't see as many trailers and posters for upcoming releases and they are less excited about upcoming releases and, therefore, they are less likely to see movies in the future. It's a vicious cycle. Last year wasn't a great weekend at the box office, because Christmas Eve, which is a dead zone at the box office, landed on a Friday. This year it lands on a Saturday, so it could be even worse. More...

Awards Season: Globes Reward Artistic Intent

The Hollywood Foreign Press Association announced their nominations and the Awards Season picture started to look a whole lot clearer. The Artist led the way with six nominations, while The Descendents and The Help were right behind with five apiece. More...

2011 Preview: December

Well... game over. At the beginning of November, 2011's total box office was $340 million behind 2010's pace. We needed that gap to be closed significantly by the end of the month, but it actually grew wider. So now that there's virtually no chance that 2011 will avoid a year-over-year decline at the box office, not unless there's a surprise Avatar coming out this month. But is there at least some hope for the next four weeks? Last December six films reach $100 million, including one that opened in limited release and expanded wide, but none reached $200 million. This year, four are practically sure bets at $100 million, including one or two that could reach $200 million. Plus, there are four others that should make between $75 million and $100 million. I doubt all of them will reach the century mark, but if one did, it wouldn't be a shock. Then there's a couple of limited releases that should expand wide and, maybe, if one of them becomes the big play during Awards Season, it could reach $100 million as well. Even if every film beat expectations, 2011 won't come out ahead. But maybe if enough do, we can at least end the year on a high note. Unfortunately it has come down to that. Instead of talking about the box office record being broken, we are hoping 2011 doesn't end on yet another sour note. More...

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2011/12/21 2 $5,065,496   2,914 $1,738   $5,065,496 1
2011/12/22 4 $3,310,977 -35% 2,914 $1,136   $8,376,473 2
2011/12/23 4 $4,630,185 +40% 2,914 $1,589   $13,006,658 3
2011/12/24 4 $2,509,634 -46% 2,914 $861   $15,516,292 4
2011/12/25 4 $5,628,785 +124% 2,914 $1,932   $21,145,077 5
2011/12/26 5 $6,724,208 +19% 2,914 $2,308   $27,869,285 6
2011/12/27 5 $4,580,128 -32% 2,914 $1,572   $32,449,413 7
2011/12/28 4 $4,166,138 -9% 2,914 $1,430   $36,615,551 8
2011/12/29 4 $4,144,753 -1% 2,914 $1,422   $40,760,304 9
2011/12/30 4 $5,334,091 +29% 2,914 $1,831   $46,094,395 10
2011/12/31 6 $4,244,295 -20% 2,914 $1,457   $50,338,690 11
2012/01/01 3 $5,246,191 +24% 2,914 $1,800   $55,584,881 12
2012/01/02 4 $4,366,072 -17% 2,914 $1,498   $59,950,953 13
2012/01/03 3 $2,076,721 -52% 2,914 $713   $62,027,674 14
2012/01/04 3 $1,803,452 -13% 2,914 $619   $63,831,126 15
2012/01/05 3 $1,704,788 -5% 2,914 $585   $65,535,914 16
2012/01/06 4 $3,533,172 +107% 2,950 $1,198   $69,069,086 17
2012/01/07 4 $4,946,691 +40% 2,950 $1,677   $74,015,777 18
2012/01/08 4 $2,884,851 -42% 2,950 $978   $76,900,628 19
2012/01/09 4 $942,168 -67% 2,950 $319   $77,842,796 20
2012/01/10 4 $1,254,975 +33% 2,950 $425   $79,097,771 21
2012/01/11 3 $1,080,529 -14% 2,950 $366   $80,178,300 22
2012/01/12 3 $1,002,549 -7% 2,950 $340   $81,180,849 23
2012/01/13 7 $1,938,199 +93% 2,674 $725   $83,119,048 24
2012/01/14 8 $2,643,287 +36% 2,674 $989   $85,762,335 25
2012/01/15 7 $2,079,421 -21% 2,674 $778   $87,841,756 26
2012/01/16 10 $1,371,856 -34% 2,674 $513   $89,213,612 27
2012/01/17 5 $666,026 -51% 2,674 $249   $89,879,638 28
2012/01/18 5 $574,531 -14% 2,674 $215   $90,454,169 29
2012/01/19 5 $570,899 -1% 2,674 $214   $91,025,068 30
2012/01/20 11 $1,000,461 +75% 1,907 $525   $92,025,529 31
2012/01/21 10 $1,760,703 +76% 1,907 $923   $93,786,232 32
2012/01/22 12 $767,350 -56% 1,907 $402   $94,553,582 33
2012/01/23 11 $330,701 -57% 1,907 $173   $94,884,283 34
2012/01/24 10 $397,126 +20% 1,907 $208   $95,281,409 35
2012/01/25 11 $349,882 -12% 1,907 $183   $95,631,291 36
2012/01/26 10 $363,822 +4% 1,907 $191   $95,995,113 37
2012/01/27 16 $606,081 +67% 1,907 $318   $96,601,194 38
2012/01/28 17 $1,018,863 +68% 1,907 $534   $97,620,057 39
2012/01/29 18 $565,346 -45% 1,907 $296   $98,185,403 40
2012/01/30 16 $164,731 -71% 1,907 $86   $98,350,134 41
2012/01/31 16 $183,898 +12% 1,907 $96   $98,534,032 42
2012/02/01 15 $170,050 -8% 1,907 $89   $98,704,082 43
2012/02/02 15 $177,383 +4% 1,907 $93   $98,881,465 44
2012/02/03 - $316,363 +78% 668 $474   $99,197,828 45
2012/02/04 - $560,876 +77% 668 $840   $99,758,704 46
2012/02/05 - $145,119 -74% 668 $217   $99,903,823 47
2012/02/06 17 $96,785 -33% 668 $145   $100,000,608 48
2012/02/07 17 $116,866 +21% 668 $175   $100,117,474 49
2012/02/08 16 $99,323 -15% 668 $149   $100,216,797 50
2012/02/09 17 $103,992 +5% 668 $156   $100,320,789 51
2012/02/10 - $123,420 +19% 269 $459   $100,444,209 52
2012/02/11 - $232,091 +88% 269 $863   $100,676,300 53
2012/02/12 - $137,795 -41% 269 $512   $100,814,095 54
2012/02/17 - $80,461   189 $426   $101,100,332 59
2012/02/18 - $145,678 +81% 189 $771   $101,246,010 60
2012/02/19 - $118,904 -18% 189 $629   $101,364,914 61
2012/02/20 - $66,176 -44% 189 $350   $101,431,090 62
2012/02/24 - $48,772   125 $390   $101,571,876 66
2012/02/25 - $89,905 +84% 125 $719   $101,661,781 67
2012/02/26 - $39,486 -56% 125 $316   $101,701,267 68
2012/03/02 - $74,864   256 $292   $101,857,400 73
2012/03/03 - $131,563 +76% 256 $514   $101,988,963 74
2012/03/04 - $79,925 -39% 256 $312   $102,068,888 75
2012/03/09 - $48,185   211 $228   $102,238,743 80
2012/03/10 - $82,167 +71% 211 $389   $102,320,910 81
2012/03/11 - $42,861 -48% 211 $203   $102,363,771 82
2012/03/16 - $21,401   108 $198   $102,465,227 87
2012/03/17 - $31,162 +46% 108 $289   $102,496,389 88
2012/03/18 - $19,404 -38% 108 $180   $102,515,793 89

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2011/12/23 3 $12,768,604   2,914 $4,382   $21,145,077 5
2011/12/30 4 $14,824,577 +16% 2,914 $5,087   $55,584,881 12
2012/01/06 4 $11,364,714 -23% 2,950 $3,852   $76,900,628 19
2012/01/13 7 $6,660,907 -41% 2,674 $2,491   $87,841,756 26
2012/01/20 11 $3,528,514 -47% 1,907 $1,850   $94,553,582 33
2012/01/27 17 $2,190,290 -38% 1,202 $1,822   $98,185,403 40
2012/02/03 21 $1,022,358 -53% 668 $1,530   $99,903,823 47
2012/02/10 24 $493,306 -52% 269 $1,834   $100,814,095 54
2012/02/17 27 $345,043 -30% 189 $1,826   $101,364,914 61
2012/02/24 35 $178,163 -48% 125 $1,425   $101,701,267 68
2012/03/02 24 $286,352 +61% 256 $1,119   $102,068,888 75
2012/03/09 29 $173,213 -40% 211 $821   $102,363,771 82
2012/03/16 46 $71,967 -58% 108 $666   $102,515,793 89

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
3/25/20123522,205 522,205$8,872,263$8,872,2631
4/1/20125148,665-72% 670,870$2,674,483$11,546,7462
4/8/20121277,340-48% 748,210$1,386,706$12,933,4523
4/15/2012964,739-16% 812,949$1,235,868$14,169,3204
4/22/2012680,865+25% 893,814$1,611,639$15,780,9595
4/29/20121044,209-45% 938,023$881,085$16,662,0456
5/6/20122128,038-37% 966,061$537,208$17,199,2537
5/13/20122619,536-30% 985,597$379,389$17,578,6428
5/20/20122515,764-19% 1,001,361$314,649$17,893,2919
11/25/20127350,531 1,422,523$2,443,201$21,574,68136

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
3/25/20122351,091 351,091$7,130,657$7,130,6571
4/1/20124108,605-69% 459,696$2,496,824$9,627,4812
4/8/20121042,183-61% 501,878$969,781$10,597,2623
4/15/2012442,449+1% 544,328$798,469$11,395,7314
4/22/2012422,596-47% 566,924$452,598$11,848,3295
4/29/2012815,861-30% 582,785$317,068$12,165,3976
5/6/2012198,147-49% 590,932$163,107$12,328,5047

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Cast

Daniel Craig    Mikael Blomkvist
Rooney Mara    Lisbeth Salander
Christopher Plummer    Henrik Vanger
Stellan Skarsgård    Martin Vanger
Steven Berkoff    Dirch Frode
Robin Wright    Erika Berger
Yorick van Wageningen    Nils Bjurman
Joely Richardson    Anita Vanger
Geraldine James    Cecilia Vanger
Goran Visnjic    Dragan Armansky
Embeth Davidtz    Annika Blomkvist
Joel Kinnaman    Christer Malm
Julian Sands    Young Henrik Vanger
David Dencik   
Elodie Yung    Miriam Wu
Moa Garpendal    Young Harriet Vanger
Henry Hereford    Viggo

Production and Technical Credits

Director    David Fincher
Screenwriter    Steven Zaillian
Based on the Book By Steig Larsson    Stieg Larsson
Producer    Scott Rudin
Producer    Ole Sondberg
Producer    Soren Staermose
Producer    Cean Chaffin
Executive Producer    Steven Zaillian
Executive Producer    Mikael Wallen
Executive Producer    Anni Faurbye Fernandez
Co-Producer    Berna Levin
Co-Producer    Eli Bush
Cinematographer    Jeff Cronenweth
Editor    Kirk Baxter
Editor    Angus Wall
Composer    Trent Reznor
Composer    Atticus Ross
Production Designer    Donald Graham Burt
Supervising Sound Editor    Mikael Varhelyi
Art Director    Frida Arvidsson
Art Director    Kajsa Severin
Art Director    Pernilla Olsson
Art Director    Tom Reta
Art Director    Charlie Campbell
Art Director    Adam Davis
Set Decorator    Linda Janson
Set Decorator    K.C. Fox
Costume Designer    Trish Summerville
Sound Mixer    Bo Persson
Re-recording Mixer    David Parker
Re-recording Mixer    Michael Semanick
Re-recording Mixer    Ren Klyce
Sound Designer    Ren Klyce
Visual Effects Supervisor    Eric Barba
Stunt Coordinator    Kimmo Fajala
Stunt Coordinator    Ben Cooke
Line Producer    Malte Forssell
Assistant Director    Bob Wagner
Casting Director    Laray Mayfield

The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo Trailer