Stieg Larsson may not be around anymore to write further instalments to his hit "Millenium" trilogy but it does not mean that his fans have nothing to cheer about.
In fact ever since the books hit the shelves of bookstores we have seen a steady stream of movies, events, etc allowing all of the followers to keep revisiting the story of Lizbeth Salander from many different angles.
Two weeks ago the London Film Museum in Covent Garden became the latest destination for them all as a new exhibition set to coincide with the launch of the DVD of David Fincher's take on the novels opened to the public.
Here the lovers of both the books and the movie will be able to see a series of previously unseen photographs as well as original props used during the shooting of the US production.
It is quite fitting that the Museum located in a basement should be the home of this collection and it certainly adds to the experience. Visitors will certainly not be disappointed.
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