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Both Portman and Johansson (who starred together in 2008’s The Other Boleyn Girl) originally vied for the part under director David Fincher, alongside Ellen Page, Kristen Stewart, Jennifer Lawrence, Keira Knightley, Anne Hathaway, Olivia Thirlby and Emma Watson.Fincher ultimately cast the then-little-known Rooney Mara, though she and co-star Daniel Craig (playing reporter Mikael Blomkvist) will be recast for The Girl in the Spider’s Web.Since its official announcement yesterday, the global search for an actress to portray Stieg Larsson’s iconic character Lisbeth Salander in Sony Pictures‘ The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo reboot isn’t straying too far from the same list filmmakers looked at for the 2011 film.Specifically, Variety is reporting that Oscar winner Natalie Portman (Black Swan, Jackie) and superstar Scarlett Johansson (Captain America: Civil War, Ghost in the Shell) are both in the running for the flashy computer hacker part in The Girl in the Spider’s Web, with other unnamed actresses under consideration as well.The Millennium Series is a worldwide bestseller, with the four books selling over 86 million copies since their debut.Sony’s Columbia Pictures retains the rights to all future Millennium Series books.
Production studio BBC Films also owns the rights to adapt the sequel novel, The Boleyn Inheritance, which tells the story of Anne of Cleves, Catherine Howard and Jane Parker.
A pregnant Anne marries Henry to please her family and becomes Queen of England.
Despite the birth of a healthy daughter, Elizabeth, Henry blames Anne for not producing a son, and begins courting Jane Seymour in secret.
Separated from her husband, Mary finds herself falling in love with Henry.
Anne secretly marries the nobleman Henry Percy, although he is betrothed to Lady Mary Talbot.
Alvarez took to Twitter today to explain to a fan why he decided to nix Mara and Craig: The Girl in the Spider’s Web will be the first in the best-selling series to be produced into an English-language film in its initial adaptation.