Filmstalker's Week 21st to 27th April
In this week's roundup, two competitions give you the chance to win a Frank Sinatra CD and a Snoop Dogg DVD. There are reviews of On the Black Hill and The Mist, and trailers for The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian and Hancock. The news roundup features Michael Schumacher, Terminator 4 news and a lot of Guillermo del Toro.
A copy of Frank Sinatra at the Movies on CD is up for grabs.
As is a DVD of Hood of Horror, starring Snoop Dogg.
Richard reviewed On the Black Hill.
And the CD Frank Sinatra at the Movies.
The Suicide Club left him confused.
And he headed to the Dead by Dawn Horror Film Festival to watch The Mist.
There is a new trailer for The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian.
And there is also an extended trailer for Hancock, starring Will Smith as a drunken superhero.
The saga of Terminator 4 continues. Last week we thought it might be on the back burner, this week sees someone cast as Sarah Connor.
Uwe Boll has been turning on the charm at last.
We heard about a new project for Guillermo del Toro, and a poem from him hinting at a forthcoming announcement about The Hobbit.
It turns out Harrison Ford wanted Han Solo to be killed off in the first Star Wars trilogy.
We may see a darker Superman in the sequel to Superman Returns.
Paul Verhoeven is to film a project which will portray Jesus in a very different light.
Peter Jackson is working with Microsoft on a Halo project, turns out it's more likely to be another game than a film though. After suffering through the "story" in Halo 3 it sounds like a good move.
We may see a film documenting Michael Schumacher's life. Hopefully the rumours of him playing himself are false. I'd rather see a film or documentary about F1 in general, than one about Schumacher.
Ewen McGregor looks set to join the cast of Angels & Demons.
At last, the news that Guillermo del Toro is to direct The Hobbit was announced.
And speaking of Guillermo del Toro, he's hinting that a third Hellboy film would be the last.
And he's already starting talking about his plans for The Hobbit.
Thankfully it looks like Michael Schumacher will be too busy to be involved in any film of his life.