It's been a great year for bad-ass female leads, and the trend continues with the newest iteration of literary hero Lisbeth Salander hitting the screen in "The Girl in the Spider's Web."
While in Italy for the Rome Film Festival, Moviefone caught up with the latest actress to take up the mantle, Claire Foy, along with her co-stars Sylvia Hoeks, Sverrir Gudnason, and director Fede Álvarez for an episode of our signature series "Unscripted."
Despite the serious tone of the film, there was no shortage of laughter and good rapport from the cast and director. Items discussed include Foy taking a stab at a formal super hero role, impromptu on-set barbecues, and which scene Fede secretly wishes he could've performed in himself.
In Stockholm, Sweden, hacker Lisbeth Salander is hired by Frans Balder, a computer engineer, to retrieve a program that he believes it is too dangerous to exist. Read More