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May 31, 2011

New The Whistleblower trailer - how much is true?

I've talked about the portrayal and distortion of truth in films before and it's usually not a very fine line, however lately films are starting to make smaller adjustments in the truth that can have a huge impact on reality and perception of an individual, a group, or history itself,...

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The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo remake trailer looks fantastic

I missed the bootlegged trailer for The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo but now I've seen it I'm completely hooked by it, and while you'll recognise ninety percent of it if you've seen the original, including a flash of what might be one of the final scenes, the trailer is...

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New trailer for The Muppets online

Following closely on from the previous trailer for the new Muppets film is another trailer that features less of the footage and seems to try and build the film in a dramatic vein with big music more fitting to an end of the world type event than the Muppets arriving....

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One Day trailer from Edinburgh

One Day features Anne Hathaway, Jim Sturgess, Patricia Clarkson, Jodie Whittaker, Rafe Spall, Romola Garai, Jamie Sives and most importantly, Edinburgh. However the sad thing is that the trailer looks like it's ticking a lot of old boxes. The film comes from the David Nicholls novel which he adapted for...

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May 27, 2011

Mann's Le Mans film

I thought the only Le Mans film we'd ever see is the dialogue light Steve McQueen racing film Le Mans, born out of the fact that John Frankenheimer raced ahead with his Grand Prix epic, and while there were court battles and seized footage - please someone find it and...

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Akira loses director

There has been a lot said about Akira and yet we've seen little transpire, with stars rumoured to be coming and going and the development of the live action version of the film still said to moving forward, and all this time the director has remained attached, until now. Warner...

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Second Triple Frontier film

Films follow films, and when one studio announce that they have an interesting project on the go others follow, so it is with the lawless region of Brazil, Argentina and Paraguay which sees Mark Boal and Kathryn Bigelow working on a film called Triple Frontier and now we hear that...

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The Descendants trailer

George Clooney. That's the main draw here, that and the mention of the director of Sideways (Filmstalker review), Alexander Payne. Apart from that if you really are to take a cold hard look at the trailer there's not a lot here that wouldn't easily be associated with other films on...

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Jackboots on Whitehall getting U.S. release with new trailer

There's a new trailer for the excellent Jackboots on Whitehall (Filmstalker review), a film I really did enjoy and was filled with genuine humour and laughter. Jackboots on Whitehall is a bizarre idea, but basically it retells the story of the Battle of Britain, with a slight twist, the Germans...

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The Flaw trailer looks at the financial crisis

There's a trailer for The Flaw, a film from the director of In the Shadow of the Moon (Filmstalker review) which was an excellent documentary, however I'm not so sure that this film will be able to compare. The Flaw looks at the financial crisis as well as the capitalism...

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Shark Night 3D trailer

Take Piranha 3D and give them steroids and it looks like you have Shark Night 3D - elongated scenes of things flying towards the camera, lots of bikini shots, the ultimate "don't go in the basement" horror cliché and a bunch of teenagers who just keep doing that. Yeah, Shark...

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May 25, 2011

Ron Howard talks about Dark Tower delays

Ron Howard has been talking about The Dark Tower project and the seemingly insane idea to turn it into three films separated by television mini-series. I say insane but I really want to see it happen and happen well, and yet it's going to be so hard to get this...

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Salvation Boulevard trailer looks fantastic

Okay, where did this come from? Back in February 2010 I did write about Pierce Brosnan and Ed Harris starring in the film that adapted the Larry Beinhart book called Salvation Boulevard (Amazon.co.uk / Amazon.com), Beinhart was the author of the insightful and rather cutting film Wag the Dog. It...

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Riddick sequel happening, but compromised?

Vin Diesel has been speaking about the next Riddick film, one that we've heard David Twohy has been working on for a little while now. So far they've been pitching for an R rating in the U.S. and he's been very vocal that this is what they are going to...

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U.S. trailer for The Ward looks bad

Oh dear, there's a new U.S. trailer for John Carpenter's The Ward and it doesn't look good at all. I'm pouring on a large amount of "in context" topping to this one just in case it's been badly edited, but just looking at it I'm concerned by a number of...

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May 24, 2011

The Muppets teaser trailer arrives

The new Muppets film has a teaser trailer and...well...it's not what I was hoping for. I really hope this has been released too early because the acting to begin with feels forced and flat, the timing is off, and the only part I where the old magic started to get...

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Is 3D faltering?

Richard Greenfield of the Wall Street company BTIG has been an open sceptic of 3D in the film industry, and now he's spoken out and said that it is now beginning to hurt the industry, and he has some figures to back up his claim. The most important figure is...

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May 23, 2011

The Guard trailer with Gleeson and Cheadle

I hadn't really taken much notice of this film but I am now. Brendon Gleeson plays a small town Irish police Sergeant whose town seems to be at the centre of something big, and that's where his odd pairing of a buddy arrives, the FBI agent played by Don Cheadle,...

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New Green Lantern trailer

How many of these are we seeing? I'm getting a little confused, and to be honest I'm not entirely sure that we haven't seen this one already. Well that was for the first few sequences where I was thinking that it might be a different cut, then all the new...

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Transformers: Dark of the Moon new trailer

There's a new trailer for Transformers: Dark of the Moon, yes I know it's in 3D but let's put that negative to the side right now, no matter how much new technology they have in the film, for this looks like Michael Bay may well have transformed the series and...

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The Tunnel horror film free for all

I wrote about The Tunnel when I saw the first trailer back in January and I was thinking it just screamed of Blair Witch Project, and although I saw the trailer and read the blurb about the film I never heard the real story behind it. The film is financed...

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May 22, 2011

Stalked: Loads of stuff!

Too much to list and I didn't want to fire out three or four Stalked articles, I've just pulled all the titbits of stories into one big one. See what you think to some of the interesting stories from The Hobbit to Scream, Vin Diesel to Lars von Trier, tons...

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May 20, 2011

Carrie remake?

With all the Stephen King properties out there and especially all the half-hearted attempts at film adaptations of King stories, it's been deemed that the Brian De Palma directed Carrie is the one that needs a remake. Once again people behind the scenes raise a flag saying "I know not...

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Natascha Kampusch biographical film goes ahead

Bernd Eichinger, a producer on films as wide ranging as Resident Evil and The Baader Meinhof Complex, has died leaving behind an unfinished screenplay for a biographical film about Natascha Kampusch, the girl who was kidnapped by Wolfgang Priklopil when she was ten and held for eight years, most of...

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May 19, 2011

New trailer for Last Night

This new trailer for Last Night is extremely similar to the previous, there's just a little more footage to it and some faster cuts and more impactful moments, particularly those with short questions and the silent ones carry some palatable moments. I really like this cut. Last Night tells the...

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Gibson interviewed for The Beaver

There's an interview with Mel Gibson from Cannes talking about his new film The Beaver and only The Beaver, and it's rather interesting. You should know that since Filmstalker is all about the films I'm not interested in private life gossip, but at the same time it does affect decisions...

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May 18, 2011

The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn trailer holds back

Quite rightly so, the trailer for The Adventures of Tintin holds back on showing the faces of the characters right to the very end. There are glimpses and clever ways to keep them hidden, but it keeps that motion capture hit for the final few frames. Of course it has...

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Jolie reveals she wants Cleopatra and a director

It seems these days that big projects are spending much more time in the speculation zone of pre-production well before it actually gets to the point of pre-production never mind production, Cleopatra is such a film. It's been through so much speculation and we're still waiting to see what really...

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Ridley Scott directs The Reykjavik Summit

It was January 2008 when we first heard that Ridley Scott might be directing The Reykjavik Summit or simply Reykjavik, the story of the historic meeting of Ronald Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev that eventually led to the end of the Cold War and the Nuclear Arms Treaty which agreed the...

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May 17, 2011

Ghost Recon, Splinter Cell and Assassin's Creed becoming films

Well those people who love to hate videogame adaptations for being, well, videogame adaptations, are going to love this one. Those of us who have played these games and seen the potential of the rich storyline possibilities are probably getting a little bit excited right now. I know I...

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City of Life and Death trailer

City of Life and Death, originally titled Nanjing! Nanjing!, has a new trailer although I'm not entirely sure why. The release date in UK, Spain, Russia, Greece, Taiwan, Singapore, Hong Kong and China have all passed and the only remaining dates are for Argentina and France. Perhaps this is to...

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Monsters sequel gains directors

We knew it was coming, but did it really have to come? Gareth Edwards' excellent film Monsters (Filmstalker review) is going to get a sequel and the step closer has arrived with the announcement of the two directors for the sequel. The good news though is that Edwards will be...

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ABCs of Death with twenty-six horror directors

It seems a huge number, but The ABCs of Death is a horror film that will have twenty-six directors each creating short films for the film. I wonder if some of them will be doubling up for in a two hour film that would give each director just four minutes...

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May 16, 2011

Red Riding film gains writer

I just recently watched Red Riding, and while I might have been a little uncomfortable with the idea of mixing a fictional story so closely to a real life serial killer case that so affected the country, it was really well written and brought to the screen with some superb...

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Terminator films to go ahead

We could be seeing new Terminator films after all as after a strong bidding race a deal has been made for at least two more Terminator films to be made with Justin Lin directing and Arnold Schwarzenegger returning. Producer Megan Ellison has won the rights over some healthy competition, and...

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Straw Dogs remake trailer arrives

The trailer for the remake of Straw Dogs arrived and it looks good with the two main characters really managing to come across in the trailer well and there are some strong moments, but the latter part of the trailer does give me a little twinge of concern. The remake...

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Update: Fright Night remake trailer arrives

Yes another day, another remake, and actually a rather surprising trailer, for the remake of Fright Night does look really good. What's more is that I managed to live through the scenes of things flying towards the camera as they're all pretty subtly done, until that last scene. Oh that's...

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Apocalypse Now re-release trailer

Yes Apocalypse Now is getting a re-release, and even in the trailer it looks fantastic. It's billed as a stunning new restoration from the director Francis Ford Coppola, and you just need to watch that trailer with the montage of short moments from the film to see that it does...

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May 13, 2011

Priest new trailer and opening sequence online

Not only has a new trailer arrived for Priest but if you capture the tag at the end of the trailer you'll get a really cool introduction to the film which is all animated, giving you the introduction to the world of Priest. It's also followed by some new footage,...

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New Super 8 TV adverts

There are two new Super 8 television adverts that have appeared online and they set-up the film for us, the mysterious nature, and I can tell you that they do manage to keep the story and the monster well hidden and just set things up nicely for us. What I...

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British prison film Ghosted gets a trailer

A new British film has just released a trailer, Ghosted stars John Lynch, Martin Compston, David Schofield and Art Malik and comes from first time feature writer and director Craig Viveiros. Some good names there, but what interests me is that it's a British take on the prison film and...

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Cars 2 trailer online

Cars wasn't really a film that set me alight, although it had all the needed tick boxes to make it work I just thought it was Doc Hollywood with cars instead of people, and since I really liked that film I didn't take to Cars that well. So Cars 2...

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May 12, 2011

How's that Highlander reboot doing?

Well, it's still going, surprisingly. I actually thought that it might have been pushed to the back of the room as a bad idea, but it looks like that isn't the case and we just might end up seeing a new Highlander film after all. Justin Lin has been talking...

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Horrible Bosses trailer surprises

When I fired up the trailer for Horrible Bosses I was expecting something that just hits all the beats of the usual American comedies, I was sure that there was going to be projectile vomiting, sex jokes, comedy about going to the toilet, and obviously the small, repetitive joke time...

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Transformers: Dark Side of the Moon French trailer

A French language trailer for Transformers: Dark Side of the Moon has arrived online and it's reinforcing the idea that this is indeed dark. It looks like Michael Bay has really pushed the comedy and silliness to the side and has been adding epic-ness to the film in droves. Although...

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Korean monster film Sector 7 teaser

There's a teaser trailer online for a new monster film from Korea called Sector 7. Basically it looks as though offshore oil workers drill up a monster that decides to try and overrun the oil rig, and no wonder it's pretty mad, wouldn't you be? The full plot has a...

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May 11, 2011

New Real Steel trailer gives more story

The new trailer for Real Steel, the robot boxing film starring Hugh Jackman, tells us a different side to the film, one that's about the father and son relationship and a lot less about the robot boxing side. It also gives us a little taste of the robot they find...

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Pan sees Hook as the good guy

There's been some strong casting on the new film Pan with Aaron Eckhart, Sean Bean and AnnaSophia Robb all set to join the film that was once to be directed by Guillermo del Toro. It no longer is, but the story remains interesting, for it takes the Pan idea and...

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Stalked: The Bleeder - Watts; Schreiber; Hendricks; I Alex Cross - Reno; Hunger Games - Harrelson; Tucci; Bentley; Bourne - Weisz; Gotti - Pacino; Rock of Ages - Baldwin

The Bleeder gains Watts, Schreiber and Hendricks... I, Alex Cross gains Jean Reno... Hunger Games gains big names... Rachel Weisz in Bourne?... Gotti film gets re-write and Pacino... Baldwin leaves Rock of Ages......

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Stalked: Total Recall - Hawke; American Crime - Gary Gray; Worthington; Exhale II - Houston; Bassett; Whitaker; Thin Man - Depp; Marshall; Pacific Rim - Hunnam; Chainsaws again; 39 Clues - Ratner

Total Recall gains Hawke... Gary Gray's next heist with Worthington... Houston in Exhale sequel?... Depp is The Thin Man... Hunnam to lead Pacific Rim... Texas Chainsaw Massacre continues... The 39 Clues goes to Ratner......

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May 10, 2011

The Master enters production

I never really thought we would see Paul Thomas Anderson's The Master enter production, after all the film could upset a few people who are in control of organised religions and/or cults, and the film has been talked about for a long time as it has raised a few eyebrows...

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The Skin I Live In teaser trailer intrigues

The teaser trailer for The Skin I Live In is really interesting, and tells us next to nothing, and yet coupled with the blurb there are ideas galore about the film popping into my head, and quite a few of them are rather interesting and disturbing. The film is from...

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Final Destination 5 trailer

Try and guess what happens. Yes, you did. Group of teenagers escape death, then they all die in the most protracted and uncomfortable ways you can think of. Really it's quite deep, we're talking Greek tragedy here...ermm...I'm kidding, it's not deep. Standard formula, rinse and repeat, and add 3D sparkles...

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May 9, 2011

The Dark Tower rumours abound

There's more news on The Dark Tower, and while official sources are denying there's any problem, the rumour mill and "sources" are painting a darker and darker picture for The Dark Tower films and series. Although we all really have no idea what's happening on the inside, the rumours are...

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Project Nim trailer hits big

The trailer for Project Nim has captured me. It has moments where it looks great and the interviews seem to have captured some very personal moments and comments, but it's the idea of how close chimpanzee and human are and the suggestion that the animal side can't be escaped. It...

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The Beaver French trailer

A new trailer for The Beaver is here, and it's subtitled in French and provides a stronger sense of the overall story and all the facets. In fact it seems to spell out a map for almost the entire story, but thankfully keeps us from knowing where the film...

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May 8, 2011

Depp holding off on fifth Pirates

Johnny Depp has been talking about a fifth Pirates of the Caribbean film, an film that is more than just an idea as Disney already has a script from one of the writers of the franchise to date and apparently they are keen to keep moving on it. Not only...

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Stalked: Gotti; Travolta; Preston; Levinson; Paranormal Activity 3; Dougray Scott; Last Passenger; Cooper; Proyas; Paradise Lost; Schwarzenegger; Cry Macho; Pompeii; Polanski; Anderson; Weisz; Raimi; Donaldson; Owen; Cities

Gotti gets Travoltas and Levinson... Paranormal Activity 3?... Dougray Scott's the Last Passenger... Bradley Cooper in Milton's Paradise Lost... Arnie picks first film... PWSA takes Pompeii from Polanski... Rachel Weisz is an evil witch... Donaldson directing Owen in Cities......

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Stalked: Petersen; Carell; Knightley; Ronan; Meyer; Host; Dusty Springfield; Hurran; Murray; Roosevelt; Michell; Aardman; Grant; Lord; Newitt; Jones; Holbrook; Spader; Gorden-Levitt; Spielberg; Lincoln; Estevez; Sheen; The Way; Age of Heroes; Bean; Dyer;

Petersen joining the end of the world... Ronan joining Meyer's Host... Dusty Springfield biographical film... Bill Murray as Franklin D. Roosevelt... Aardman's new 3D stop motion film... Jones, Holbrook, Spader, Gorden-Levitt in Spielberg's Lincoln... Estevez's The Way trailer... Age of Heroes trailer......

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May 6, 2011

Tomb Raider reboot gains weight

No, I'm not referring to Lara Croft herself, but to the production of the next Tomb Raider film. It had been something we'd heard was going to happen but never really did, until now, and with the news that the production is moving on comes the announcement of the writers....

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Is the Dark Tower in trouble?

I have to say it was a dream come true to hear that Stephen King's The Dark Tower series was coming to screens, not just that it was being made but that the series of seven novels, some very weighty ones, was going to be adapted into three films with...

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Update: Colombiana trailer, Besson's tough female assassin

The trailer for Colombiana might be hitting some familiar territory for some, particularly Luc Besson himself, but that's not a bad thing. There are all the plot marks you need for a film and character like this - the young character who saw their parents murdered; the growing up learning...

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Thor sequel with Branagh directing?

First of all let's be clear, Thor is not a comeback for Kenneth Branagh, it's something new he's done in a different direction to where he's been before. He's not been in superhero Hollywood blockbuster territory, and he's shown he's a master of it delivering a fantastic film with Thor....

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Eco-Pirate: The Story of Paul Watson trailer upsetting

I've talked about this film before, when the story of Paul Watson was originally marked for being made into a biography. He originally started with Greenpeace in the early days and was kicked off the board for being too forward with his actions against whaling vessels. That prompted him to...

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Retreat trailer offers mixed bag

I just watched the trailer for Retreat, a film starring a light cast of Cillian Murphy, Jamie Bell, Thandie Newton and Jimmy Yuill, and I have to admit I'm rather disappointed. First there's the fact that I struggled to understand a word that the mumbling character of Bell was saying,...

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May 5, 2011

Caviezel blames Hollywood for bad career

Jim Caviezel is suggesting that Hollywood is to blame for his bad career since Passion of the Christ, saying that it was this role that resulted in him being shunned from Hollywood and pushed to the side for film roles. It seems that Mel Gibson even tried to dissuade him...

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Star Wars on Blu-ray, so what?

Well the announcement came and went, and really no one was surprised as we'd heard this quite some time ago, Star Wars is coming to Blu-ray and the real shock was that there were to be no sign of the original films anywhere. Yes, the original, much loved versions of...

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Conan the Barbarian trailer surprises

A full trailer for Conan the Barbarian has arrived online and I have to admit I'm surprised, it's really good and pretty epic. The scale is a lot bigger than I thought, it's very stylish and action packed, the effects are good and it does pack a powerful punch. Could...

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Green Lantern new trailer

A new trailer has arrived for Green Lantern, the latest superhero film, and the trailer really has moved forward in leaps and bounds. While some of the CG still looks very CG in comparison to the CG-real world mix, this trailer is much more epic and drives forward with a...

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May 4, 2011

Fast and Furious Six will happen

That's not just me saying that, it's Justin Lin the director, and anyway Vin Diesel has been saying it for some time, pretty much as soon as the script arrived for Fast & Furious 5 (Fast Five) he was saying that it set things up nicely for another film. If...

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New Ironclad trailer online

There's a new trailer online for Ironclad, a film about the tyrannical King John who having signed the Magna Carta to uphold the rights of people throughout the land, reneged on his word and raised an army of mercenaries to go against the barons who had forced him to sign...

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Klitschko trailer online

Okay, I hardly understand a word of it, but with the awesome David Haye set to fight Wladimir Klitschko on the second of July and his promise of another fight to come against the other brother soon after, the title caught my eye immediately. This is a documentary about the...

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May 3, 2011

Jeremy Renner as Steve McQueen

Steve McQueen is a Hollywood legend and Jeremy Renner is fast becoming a Hollywood staple, but he's a long way off being the legend that McQueen was. However it looks like he's going to take a fast track to that sort of status, but playing the actor and icon. Not...

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Intruders teaser sees Owen in horror

Juan Carlos Fresnadillo's new film has a teaser trailer. Intruders starring Clive Owen, Daniel Brühl, Carice van Houten and Ella Purnell as the girl at the centre of the film, and there's a surprise casting of British actor Mark Wingett. The film sees Owen playing a father to Purnell's troubled...

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Filmstalker's Films for May 2011

There's everything happening this month, from the blockbuster to the classic re-release, from standard American comedy to Japanese Samurai action. It's all coming this month, it's a vast and varied one and well worth heading to the cinema to catch even a few of these. So here's the rundown of...

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