Filmstalker's Week 10th to 16th March
This week in the weekly roundup. There are a few competitions for you to enter, and reviews of Les Petites Vacances and Untraceable. Also we have trailers for Red Baron, WALL-E and The Incredible Hulk amoung others. And there is also a pick of the news of the past week.
Filmstalker's 2nd birthday means you have the opportunity to suggest what you like to see on the site this year.
You can still write your own feature article for the site, and potentially win a prize to go with it.
If you hurry you could still win a copy of Sixth of May on DVD.
You can also win On the Black Hill on DVD as well.
Richard reviewed Les Petites Vacances.
And I had the "pleasure" of seeing Untraceable.
We can now watch an English language trailer for Red Baron, and it looks much better for it.
J.C.V.D. stars Jean-Claude Van Damme as himself, sort of. The trailer actually looks pretty interesting, it's the first Van Damme trailer in a while that hasn't put me off straight away.
The latest Disney/Pixar offering WALL-E looks amazing as always.
Tres Días sees the Earth three days away form destruction by a meteor. It follows three people in a small Spanish town as time runs out.
The Strangers starring Liv Tyler and Scott Speedman looks quite scary.
I'm not quite so sure about Lost Boys 2: The Tribe.
There is also another Speed Racer trailer online.
And The Incredible Hulk starring Edward Norton has a trailer in HD.
Matthew Vaughn's Thor film has been put on hold. That's one less superhero film out there.
Sylvester Stallone is already half way through writing the script for Rambo 5.
Hold the phone, one comic book adaptation is put on hold and another appears. Brett Ratner may be directing Harbringer. Oh joy.
Despite the rumour mill, Bryan Singer looks set to return to the next Superman film.
Edward Norton is having a difference of opinion with Marvel and the studio over the editing of The Incredible Hulk. It seems having given Norton the opportunity to re-write the script he's not stopping there.
Edward Norton is also busy producing a documentary about Barack Obama, and his bid to become President of the United States.
Naomi Watts has been talking about the remake of Alfred Hitchcock's The Birds.
Louis Leterrier has been talking about the trailer for The Incredible Hulk, including why it took so long to release.
It seems as though Microsoft are not interested in adding Blu-ray capability to the XBox 360. Just as well I'm waiting on my Playstation 3 to arrive then...
We got an inside look at the Chinese censorship rules.
Andy Serkis has been talking about the upcoming Tintin films.