By Staff on October 4, 2011
It opens in a little over two months, with two trailers already under its belt, it is logical to see more promotional material for The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo film as the date it opens nears. But the video, which was recently posted in the film's blog, doesn't do much promoting, but rather shows how the film's posters have been mass produced.
The film's score was created by the Nine Inch Nails team: Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross. They previously scored David Fincher's The Social Network, raking in an Oscar for their work.
The teaser not only shows how posters are mass produced, but it feels like a tutorial teaching you how to develop film/posters. Except it showcases Reznor and Ross's work (an eerie track plays throughout it) and there's no actual person narrating any steps.
You can watch the slow, interesting process below.