Filmstalker's Week 17th to 23rd March
This week the Filmstalker Hot Dog Awards enter the next stage, so get voting. There are also two competitions to enter, with DVDs as prizes. There are trailers for The Happening, Mamma Mia! and Daniel Craig's new film, Flashback of a Fool, to name a few, and the best of the weeks news.
The next stage of the Filmstalker Hot Dog Awards have begun. The categories have been decided, so now you can vote for who you want the nominees to be.
You can win a copy of On the Black Hill on DVD.
And you can win St. Ives/All For Love also on DVD.
There is a new trailer for Nim's Island, starring Abigail Breslin, Jodie Foster and Gerard Butler. I like Jodie Foster in any film and she does comedy really well here. I can see me taking my nephew to this one.
Daniel Craig continues to mix up his roles alongside James Bond. In Flashback of a Fool, he plays a Hollywood actor who's career has hit a brick wall due to his excessive behavior. He heads home to the UK for a funeral and faces some demons as well.
The Tropic Thunder trailer is now in HD, and actually looks like a good laugh.
Mamma Mia! has a great cast, and looks like it might make a good transition from stage to screen.
Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Undead mixes Hamlet and vampires. And Jeremy Sisto makes an appearance, even better.
M. Night Shyamalan's The Happening looks fairly disturbing.
Hugh Jackman and Ewan McGregor star in Deception.
Standard Operating Procedure is a documentary about events at Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq.
And Terror Train has a rather confusing trailer.
Some people of Hindu faith are not amused by Mike Myers latest creation, The Love Guru.
Christopher Nolan has assured everyone that Heath Ledger's performance in The Dark Knight will not be altered.
Disney are uncertain about the future of the Narnia films.
And Christian Bale isn't sure if Nolan will be back for another Batman film.
After starring in The Forbidden Kingdom together, Jet Li and Jackie Chan will star in another film together.
The science fiction writer Arthur C. Clarke passed away.
As did the writer and director Anthony Minghella.
Clint Eastwood is to return to acting and directing.
Paul Haggis may be re-writing the script for Terminator 4.
We thought for a minute that Clint Eastwood might be revisiting Dirty Harry.
The Justice League of America film is still stuck in red tape.
Grindhouse will be showing at cinemas over the country, just check the post for a full list.
Thomas Sangster may have been cast as Tintin.
We were put straight that Clint Eastwood won't be playing Dirty Harry, and we also found out some more about his new film.
And let's hope Paul Haggis is re writing the script for Terminator 4 because they seem to change the plot every week.