Rooney Mara

August 16, 2010 by Post Team 

Rooney Mara, AFP – LOS ANGELES – Actress Mara Rooney has scored a coup of quality and be the star of three Hollywood adaptations of wildly popular Stieg Larsson “Millennium Trilogy.”

Mara, 24, hails from upstate New York and will play against Daniel Craig Lisbeth Salander, 42, of James Bond fame.

U.S. actress has worked with director David Fincher in the past in “The Social Network.” In the end, the actress who also appeared in a “Nightmare on Elm Street” movie beat out a series of best young actresses interested in the plum role.

The first film, “Out Girl with the Dragon Tattoo,” shot in Sweden and the United States and is expected in 2011.

Published in 44 countries, Larsson cult crime stories have sold over 40 million copies, says Sony.

A Swedish film adaptation of the work already done Larsson, Dane Niels Arden Oplev directed the first installment and the Swede Daniel Alfredson the other two.

Larsson died in 2004 aged 50 years before the book became a worldwide success.

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