The Crown's Claire Foy has made her debut as Lisbeth Salander in the first trailer for upcoming thriller The Girl in the Spider's Web. Evil Dead (2008) and Don't Breathe director Fede Alvarez takes the helm for the new adaptation. Golden Globe victor Claire Foy, the star of The Crown, will play the outcast vigilante defender under the direction of Fede Alvarez, the director of 2016's breakout thriller Don't Breathe.
Co-starring Claes Bang, Lakeith Stanfield, Cameron Britton, and Stephen Merchant, The Girl in the Spider's Web arrives in theaters on November 9.
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Sony and MGM have now released the first trailer, which can be seen below. The previous books in the series have been adapted into Swedish-language films, and The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo was a remake of the Swedish film. "Her [thinking] now is, 'I want to make sure that I'm wearing it - it's not wearing me.'" That aesthetic adjustment is driven, she explained, by the fact that, in The Girl in the Spider's Web, the character is now in a far different place from where she was in the first three books. It became a global hit for Columbia Pictures, taking in over $230 million worldwide.
The Girl in the Spider's Web is based on the book of the same name by journalist David Lagercrantz. Fincher's 2011 adaptation of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo was not a commercial success, and plans to adapt the next two books went no further, leading to this reboot.