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Filmstalker's Week 16th to 22nd June

Newspapers.jpgThis week there is a new feature, and loads of review from the Edinburgh International Film Festival. Trailers include The Wackness, Mummy 3, Wall-E and Taken.

In the news you could help choose the villain for Hulk 2, Quentin Tarantino has plans for Inglorious Bastards and plenty of rumours for Escape from New York and Robin Hood.


The new feature asks if Juno could be responsible for a pregnancy pact in America.


Richard has been a busy man at the Edinburgh International Film Festival. You can keep up with him here.

First he up reviewed a musical comedy short, which he doesn't know the name of.

The Ruins was next, sounds good.

Then it was Blood Car.

Time Crimes (Los Cronocrimenes) involves time travel.

The Appeared (Aparecidos) is a supernatural horror.

In the City of Sylvia (En la ciudad de Sylvia) had Richard pining for the end.

Donkey Punch is a British backed horror set in Mallorca.

The Kreutzer Sonata tells the story of a man and a woman destined to be his wife.

And finally Richard has been to see The Happening.


The trailer for the sequel Ong Bak 2 is online.

Woody Allen is back with Vicky Cristina Barcelona.

We have an HD trailer for The Curious Case of Benjamin Button.

The Wackness looks like a great indie film.

We also have a teaser trailer for The Coen Brothers Burn After Reading.

The final Wall-E trailer is here.

The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor has a full trailer.

And Liam Neeson is a lethal ex spy in Taken.


Stan Winston passed away this week.

Lexi Alexander talked about the teaser for Punisher: Warzone.

Fans will be able to decide the villain in Hulk 2.

Timur Bekmambetov says he's unlikely to do Dusk Watch.

We saw a clip of Quantum of Solace filming.

Joel Straczynski talked about where the Silver Surfer film is.

Quentin Tarantino plans to turn Inglorious Bastards into two films.

Could Josh Brolin be starring in the Escape from New York?

Ridley Scott could want Christian Bale to be Robin Hood.

But then Russell Crowe could want Sam Riley.

And it looks like Eli Roth won't be back for Hostel III.



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