Before the US version of the hit movie The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, which is based on the novel of the same name, was released, it was assumed that the whole trilogy would get adapted. However, there have been rumours here, there and everywhere about the possible movie sequels.
One such rumour floating around is that Daniel Craig was asking for a significant increase in salary for The Girl Who Played with Fire, which was being refused. This led to claims that Daniel would be written out of the movie, which his co-star Rooney Mara has now denied.
Rooney was talking to MTV, when she stated, "It would never be a possibility, he wouldn't be written out." Mara also went on to admit that she is hoping director David Fincher will return for The Girl Who Played with Fire, adding, "I would hope that he would, but no matter what, he'll definitely have some sort of involvement."
The Girl Who Played with Fire has been in the development stages for quite some time now and, last we heard, the screenplay was being worked on by Steven Zaillian. With that said, there is still no real idea of when The Girl Who Played with Fire will actually hit the big screen.