Can't remember the movie exactly, but in the book it's Erika Berger:
Now, here's another non-boring aspect of the ending, and the part
which leaves us scrambling to get to the next book. Something
important happens to Salander – she discovers she's in love (for the
first time ever!) with Blomkvist.
So, what does she do? She tries to love, and ...
She was going to, but Henrik was too busy with corporate business and might not have been able to protect her anyway
In the original story and also in both movie versions the problem was Henrik was too busy with corporate affairs. And he might not have been able to offer sufficient protection anyway.
While Henrik had always been kind to her (which implies ...
Mikael found the killer without Lisbeth informing him.
But what's great in that? He is an investigative journalist. It's his job to find out/solve a case he's given. He can either succeed or fail. That happens in everyday life.
He has lost a case against someone. He couldn't prove his claims. But, what can he do, his opposition is powerful. We ...
It shown that Lisbeth is an expert hacker.
It's stated that she has accessed Wennerstrom's computer because she gives the information to Blomquist to prove what he said was true.
"I have access to his computers, and his accountants and his lawyers."
Clearly with this information she is able to move Wennerstrom's money around, transfer ...
Just to add to @BCdotWEB's excellent answer.
The passage in the book provides some context and reads:
She had no faith in herself. Blomkvist lived in a world populated by people with respectable jobs, people with orderly lives and lots of grown-up points. His friends did things, went on TV, and shaped the headlines. What do you need me for? Salander’s ...
He sees Harriet reacting to something. She is looking past the photographer, so we cannot see who or what she sees, but her reaction is such that her expression goes from happy to fear when looking from one photo to the next.
Blomkvist then sees another photographer in the crowd next to Harriet, taking a photo in the same direction that Harriet is looking. ...
Does this mean "Millennium" tv-series was created from the original and deleted scenes of the original movies that didn't use for the movies
As explained on Wikipedia
The Millennium TV miniseries is a compilation of the three Swedish film adaptations, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, The Girl Who Played with Fire, and The Girl Who Kicked the ...
The bottle falling from the fridge and Craig catching it was obviously a complete fluke. The action isn't in the script and listening to the commentary by David Fincher on the Blu-ray also makes it clear that this was an accident that just happened to appear in the best take of the bunch.
The point of the scene is establishing that someone has been inside ...
Lisbeth has a more important role than you giver her credit for.
There are several reasons why the English title is what it is, but one of them is that Lisbeth is a central character propelling the action and much of it would not have happened without her involvement. This is clear in the books (and perhaps would have been in the English version of the ...