According to a new Variety report, "Borg/McEnroe" star Sverrir Gudnason has been tapped to play the role of Mikael Blomquist in the upcoming sequel, titled "The Girl in the Spider's Web". Well that series is still chugging along despite author Stieg Larsson's death in 2004, with Swedish author and crime journalist David Lagercrantz continuing the adventures of investigative journalist/publisher Mikael Blomkvist and gifted hacker Lisbeth Salander. The role was previously played by Daniel Craig (SPECTRE). "Blade Runner 2049" actress Sylvia Hoeks has been set to play Salander's twin sister, while "The Square" star Claes Bang will take on a villainous role.
The film is slated to begin production in Berlin and Stockholm in January, before hitting theaters October 19. Amy Pascal and Elizabeth Cantillon are producing the flick in association with Scott Rudin and Yellow Bird. "The Girl in the Spider's Web" will be the first in the best-selling series to be adapted into an English-language film. Sony's Columbia Pictures retains the rights to all future Millennium Series books. The plan is to skip over the Larsson book sequels and move to Lagercrantz's work, starting with The Girl in the Spider's Web and presumably continuing with the 2017 release, "The Girl Who Takes an Eye for an Eye" if all goes well.
Weather Warnings For Snow and Ice
Met Eireann forecaster John Eagleton said temperatures are set to plunge tonight. It adds that icy surfaces are also likely to be an additional hazard.
Brush fire in Bonsall; evacuations ordered
Cal Fire units are at scene of the Lilac Fire located at Old Hwy 395 cross of Dulin Rd in Bonsall. All lanes on southbound 15 south of SR-76 have re-opened, significant back up remains.
Raila digs in as State warns him over swearing-in plan
Prof Muigai said the government would not stop at anything to prevent the breach of the rule of law and the constitution. The penal code says anyone who tries to form a Government contrary to the Constitution could face charges of sedition.
Gudnason is relatively unknown in the US but will soon be seen opposite Shia LaBeouf in the tennis drama Borg/McEnroe.
But it said it did not go along with all of the findings and that the stress tests "do not fully reflect the whole picture". According to the IMF's health check of China's financial system, four-fifths of the country's banks are at risk.
Amazon.com now has an average rating of Buy and an average target price of $1,219.02. (NASDAQ:AMZN) rating on Wednesday, July 6. Mizuho reissued a buy rating and issued a $1,250.00 target price on shares of Amazon.com in a report on Monday, August 7th.
So this whole "trying to take away my football, ' it's nonsensical". "Smith-Schuster tweeted that he appreciated the love". Safety Mike Mitchell opened up to reporters Wednesday, sounding off about the recent rash of suspensions.
The Verge reports Instagram is now testing Direct in five countries: Chile, Israel , Italy , Portugal, Turkey, and Uruguay. So if you want to direct message someone, you won't be able to do it from the main app anymore with Direct installed.
Trump has not yet commented on Vonn's criticism, though he has actively rebuked other athletes since he became president. Vonn isn't the only Olympian who wouldn't visit the White House under President Trump. "No, I won't go".
Currently, 175 million total shares are owned by the public and among those 173.51 million shares have been available to trade. The company reported $1.11 earnings per share (EPS) for the quarter, topping analysts' consensus estimates of $1.03 by $0.08.
The Tweet that was sent from the official Tomb Raider account posted the following statement regarding a new Tomb Raider game. The recent series of Tomb Raider games have been some of my favorite games each year.
The bone that was analysed is a fragment from the pelvis, and is owned by Father Dennis O'Neill from IL in the United States . Since Father O'Neill's relic is from the left, this suggests that both bone fragments could be from the same person.
Mueller also reports in addition to his office, the Justice Department has spent $3.5 million to support the investigation. In a statement, the special counsel's office said it will release a similar expenditure report after March 31, 2018.
Ex-officer Slager gets 20 years for Walter Scott shooting
During tearful statements in court, several members of Scott's family said they forgave the officer and were praying for him. Slager is then heard on a police radio reporting a description of Scott before yelling, "Taser, Taser, Taser!"