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August 31, 2011

Oldboy gains Josh Brolin, getting better?

Okay, this is really happening. We heard that Spike Lee is directing the remake of Oldboy just recently, confirming that it really was going ahead, and if that wasn't enough we heard just yesterday a rumour that someone from inside Christian Bale's team might be considering Oldboy as one of...

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Boxleitner says TRON 3 happening

Well yes, Bruce Boxleitner does say that the third TRON film is happening as it's a done deal, and he does say that it's going to be in 2013 most likely, but there are plenty of caveats to go with that to put the story in perspective. Still, he's said...

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Lin reveals checklist for Terminator 5

Justin Lin has been talking about Terminator 5 and what he would like to see in the fifth film, that is if it gets made, and he's very clear up front about what needs to be in place for it to happen, and he opens up about what might be...

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Tower Heist new International trailer

For half of the trailer I was just thinking this was exactly the same as the previous, although there are a couple of recut lines of dialogue to keep them snappier or fully explain a joke, it's still pretty much the same. Then came a montage of new shots from...

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August 30, 2011

Flatliners remake?

Well it certainly looks that way as Columbia Pictures have hired a writer to have a bash at the remake, and the writer is known for writing the third and fourth Species films, a television thriller, and more importantly, the excellent Source Code. So it sounds as though the studio...

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Essential Killing trailer

Directed by Jerzy Skolimowski and starring Vincent Gallo and Emmanuelle Seigner, Essential Killing has been gathering some praise around the festivals, and a new trailer online reveals that it may have its shortcomings, but the film itself looks a powerful thriller and the blurb promises something more thoughtful than you...

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The Hunger Games teaser

Okay, imagine if you will that you haven't read the book The Hunger Games, imagine for example you're someone like me, and then watch the teaser trailer for the film and wonder why you should go and see the film. Perhaps you'll end up doing what I'm doing right now,...

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Fireflies in the Garden trailer

How did this film take so long to be released in America? It was made in 2008 and was only released in May 2009 in the UK, meandering through a release list until it's finally ended up back where it was made. It's especially surprising as it stars Julia Roberts,...

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Final Apollo 18 trailer

This looks like the final trailer for the "found footage" film in space Apollo 18, which tells a story kept secret by the U.S. Government for so long, that Apollo 18 went to the moon and discovered something horrifying, which is why they have never returned since. The story is...

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Cruise hits F1 Red Bull

This isn't really a wholly film related video, but it combines two of my passions, one of them is film in the form of a huge star of cinema, Tom Cruise, and the other is in another of my passions, fast cars. I tell you if I were as rich...

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August 29, 2011

Ice Cold in Alex

Blu-ray Three Stars
It had been a long time since I watched this war film, and to be honest I couldn't remember much about it other than it was considered a great classic, starred John Mills, and was used for the equally famous Carlsberg advert. Just thinking of it as another war film...

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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2

Film Four Stars
I look back on Part I of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows and I find myself wondering why there was a need to cram so much into the second part and let the first part drag on for so long. However this isn't about the first outing, you can...

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August 26, 2011

Aykroyd says Ghostbusters 3 happening...again

I don't know about you but I'm a little tainted about this whole Ghostbusters sequel idea, in fact I'm more than a little tainted I am sick fed up of it. We've heard time and time again that the film is just around the corner, but that's not the part...

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Romancing the Stone remake resurfaces?

It was December 2008 when we first heard that there was a remake of the classic Romancing the Stone in the works and since then there have been a few more stories that have suggested it was going to happen, but they've all come to nothing. Well we've not heard...

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The Artist trailer looks beautiful

Who would have thought that these days someone would make a silent film and it would receive so much acclaim, never mind the stars involved and the fact that the lead makes me think of Gene Kelly and harks back to a film he made about the move of silent...

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Considine's Tyrannosaur trailer looks great

Paddy Considine is a great actor, he's given us some great roles and he can turn his hand to some really subtle acting and some great character roles too. He is fantastic in front of the camera, but how is he behind? Well Tyrannosaur is his first feature film that...

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The Rum Diary trailer, does it do it for you?

I'm not so sure, everyone's been going crazy over the trailer for The Rum Diary and it really didn't do much for me apart from remind me how gorgeous Amber Heard is, how Johnny Depp can mumble his lines and look cool, and how a Hunter S. Thompson story is...

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Don't Be Afraid of the Dark 18's only trailer

The new trailer for Don't Be Afraid of the Dark, which is marked Red Band for Americans and most likely slightly less for the rest of the world, isn't that scary or shocking to be honest. Plus it's cut incredibly fast. However it does come with a big blurb and...

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In Time trailer gives too much away?

The Andrew Niccol film In Time starring Justin Timberlake, Amanda Seyfried, Olivia Wilde, Alex Pettyfer, Cillian Murphy and Johnny Galecki has a great premise to it and the recent trailers have been looking really strong, but this new trailer gives too much away for me and doesn't help the film....

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August 25, 2011

Spall talks Prometheus

Once again an actor has been talking about the new Ridley Scott film Prometheus and giving little away, but what has been said in this article is an interesting comment on what the film could hold, and if Rafe Spall's slip of the tongue is true, then the film is...

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Bale's next high profile choices includes Oldboy?

I'm going to say this up front, the commentary about an actor's upcoming roles that they are considering, or any talent for that matter, must always be taken with a pinch of salt. The depth of their consideration can range from being seen with an executive, writer or director behind...

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Drive French trailer

There's a French trailer out for Drive, the Nicolas Winding Refn film starring Ryan Gosling as the stunt driver who moonlights as a getaway driver and gets caught up in a heist that he wasn't supposed to get away from, and is caught up between protecting a family and saving...

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August 24, 2011

The Lady teaser trailer

Luc Besson's trailer for The Lady builds a rather immense feel to the film in just a few short moments. It's very short and doesn't tell us much more apart from a few teases of what the film will cover and a reveal of Michelle Yeoh playing the most important...

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Tom Cruise drives an F1 car, films to come?

I'm still waiting to see some footage come from this, but while the awesome Scottish racing driver David Coulthard was out in Austin, Texas with Red Bull Racing promoting Formula 1 which is soon to return to America, he took a little detour with the team and went to visit...

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Blackthorn trailer, Sundance Kid lives

Imagine if, instead of Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid being gunned down at the end of that iconic film with Robert Redford and Paul Newman, one of them survived. That's what happens in Blackthorn, the Sundance Kid is not dead, and he's played by Sam Shepard. The film sees...

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August 23, 2011

Get Him to the Greek

Digital Three Stars
I have to admit I wasn't interested in watching Get Him to the Greek. It sounded like a typical American comedy and with Russell Brand starring I wasn't feeling any better about it. Mind you saying that when I saw him in Forgetting Sarah Marshall (Filmstalker Review) I was impressed,...

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Polanski's Carnage trailer online

A trailer for Roman Polanski's next film Carnage has appeared online and it's looking rather good. It does suggest that it will be more like a play with four strong actors and one location, and a ton of great acting. Well that's what the trailer suggests anyway. The story is...

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Fortress of War (Brestskaya krepost) trailer

I like being surprised by trailers and Fortress of War definitely did that to me this morning. I expected it to be a small production, but looking at the shots in the trailer it looks like an epic film telling the story of an equally epic moment in the second...

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Father of Invention trailer

Kevin Spacey is one hell of a talent, but sometimes he does choose some strange films, and Father of Invention looks like one of those stranger choices. You'd think for a man who is running the Old Vic theatre in London that he'd be looking for more weighty projects, but...

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Scorsese's Living in the Material World trailer

Martin Scorsese has been making a film about George Harrison for some time, and the trailer looks like it's had as much work put into it as the film itself. I have to say it's rather captivating and engaged me from quite early on, hooking me into the story of...

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Hellraiser: Revelations trailer, Barker backs off

I missed this trailer when it was released, and I'm just now wondering if I should have kept on missing it rather than writing about it, but there are a couple of things worth saying about the new Hellraiser film. The first is that it's obviously going to be pretty...

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Night Music

Film Four Stars
Night Music is a breath of fresh air for film fans who like a bit of depth, some thought, and intelligence from their films, and I'm definitely one of those people. I have to admit I've been tiring of the constant shallow remakes, reboots, 3D led, action driven, soulless films...

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Filmstalker's Films for August 2011

Disappointingly I've missed August, not through some drug or drink induced haze, or because I was locked up for rioting in England, I meant in a cinematic way having missed so many films and not managing to post this August review despite having written it in the first few weeks...

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August 22, 2011

Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance trailer

I'm not sure if the subtitle of this sequel refers to how this film views the first Ghost Rider, but there's certainly something in that comment, since for fans of Ghost Rider it looks from the trailer like this new film is going to be the one where the character...

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Butler's Machine Gun Preacher trailer

You know you could look at Machine Gun Preacher and wonder if this could be a chance for Gerard Butler to get a mention at those awards for the naked golden bloke, after all it's a true story, a man triumphing over adversity, going to Africa to save children, and...

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Underworld: Awakening trailer

The trailer for Underworld: The Awakening seems to have popped out of nowhere, well we knew the film was coming but there was no real build up of publicity, it just arrived. It's a good trailer too, now the vampires and Lycans look like they have the humans to contend...

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Texas Killing Fields trailer arrives

We haven't heard much about Texas Killing Fields since I found the Italian trailer online and then heard nothing more from it. Now we have an English language one and it looks rather good, offering the potential for a very good thriller which could well be heavily steeped in actual...

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Ridley Scott for Blade Runner II?

When I returned from my long weekend break I never really expected to be hearing that Ridley Scott had officially signed up for a Blade Runner sequel or prequel, but that appears to be the news over the weekend and I can hardly believe. I did do a double take...

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War Games remake losing itself?

I'm starting to wonder if the remake of WarGames is going to be a good thing. Although I always wonder if remakes are anything more than an attempt to save money on development where a studio sees the possibility of new effects and film-making delivering something bigger than the first,...

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August 18, 2011

Superman: Man of Steel plot reveals big surprise?

It looks like the plot of Zack Snyder's Superman: Man of Steel has been revealed, and I know we've seen a few false starts before, there's hope that this might be the real one as it comes from an open casting call for the film. Superman: Man of Steel has...

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The Woman in Black trailer

The trailer for The Woman in Black could be said to be an abject lesson in creepiness, and it's almost perfectly made, there are perhaps a couple of beats that could be different, the howling wind toned down a little and the voice of the child lowered, but these are...

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Trespass trailer delivers

I'm not sure what I was expecting from Joel Schumacher's Trespass. I mean with Nicolas Cage my expectations were lowered, but then there's Nicole Kidman alongside him. Now I've seen the trailer I'm not sure which way it's going to go. It does look slick, well filmed, and stylish, and...

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New Red Tails trailer

Some have been critical of the new Red Tails trailer, the film that tells the story of the Tuskegee Airmen, an American World War II squadron of black pilots who were segregated in life but accepted as on in the air, and I have to agree. Sure there are some...

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August 17, 2011

Page Eight trailer

Page Eight is a quite efficient trailer. It sets a mood and delivers recognisable faces, questions and a few motivational hooks to bring you to the story and let you understand a little of what's going on, a little that is, for there's a lot more to come. The film...

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New Immortals trailer - Wow

I think that's all I need say on the subject, wow. Of course though, I'll say more, I have to, for the new trailer for Immortals does a number of things, and looking back at the other trailers it does something rather clever, it moves away somewhat from 300 (Filmstalker...

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Update: Puncture trailer suggests more?

I'm not sure if the trailer for Puncture is offering us more of the same normal courtroom drama, with a man and a business on the edge of losing everything, taking on a case far too big for them, and getting themselves in tons of hot water, but probably by...

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Logan's Run and Wonder Woman?

I'm not sure if either of the projects are any closer for Nicolas Winding Refn, but he's certainly still being asked about them and he's still keen to discuss them, and he's been doing just that, keeping the idea alive for a remake of the classic Logan's Run and for...

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August 16, 2011

Austin Powers 4? Not yet

There's been talk of an Austin Powers 4 in the past, and the recent stories being carried through sites that claim the film was a done deal have been slightly exaggerated, however the man behind the film and the character are apparently in talks for another one. I wonder though...

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The Crow loses lead, considering more stars

News has been doing the rounds that Bradley Cooper has had to turn down the lead role in the remake of The Crow due to scheduling conflicts, which is strange considering they don't seem to know when they are going to make the film while the legal battle over the...

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The Dark Knight Rises footage

We're seeing a lot of behind the scenes shots and footage from Christopher Nolan's latest Batman film, The Dark Knight Rises, more than we've ever seen from any of his films as he's usually just so secretive. There's speculation that a lot of what we're seeing is false to knock...

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The Lone Ranger dies, or perhaps not

News arrived late last week that Disney had pulled the plug on their feature film version of The Lone Ranger, the reasons were unclear but it would seem that the main one being cited is that of hard cash, something that seems rather surprising considering all we're talking about here...

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August 15, 2011

Fast Six begins; Highlander loses director

Justin Lin is the name that connects the two stories in the title - Fast Six starting, Highlander without a director, and even two more films are connected with his name right now, Die Hard 5 and a new Terminator film. Two are because he's passed on directing them and...

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Say Anything sequel?

You may remember Say Anything for a rather iconic scene, John Cusack standing with a ridiculously sized sound system, by today's standards anyway, playing Peter Gabriel's Red Rain while Ione Skye awakes rather confused and looks out the window. It's a great cinematic moment, and one that the director wants...

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New Footloose trailer

The remake is gathering pace and it's trying to bring us with it as a new trailer for Footloose, the remake, arrives online. It's not really arrived to a lot of thunderous excitement, but it has arrived and to be honest it's not looking too bad. The strongest thing about...

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August 13, 2011

Hanna

DVD Four Stars
Hanna looked very interesting from the first trailer that we saw and the cast looked great - Saoirse Ronan, Eric Bana, Cate Blanchett and Tom Hollander - and the surprising fact that Joe Wright directed the action thriller film, not something you would expect from the genre or the man...

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August 12, 2011

Closed: Win tickets to Super 8 outdoor screenings

Have you seen the superb Super 8 from J.J. Abrams and Steven Spielberg? Want to see it again on a big screen outside in the open air? Well I have four pairs of tickets to give away to outdoor screenings of the film exclusively from RBS Film First. Even better,...

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Snipes for more Blade

When I saw Wesley Snipes in Brooklyn's Finest, a very good film I have to tell you, I was surprised at just how good a performance he can deliver. He's been set-up as the action hero for so long the one liners and aggressive performances have made us forget what...

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New Abduction trailer reveals mole?

There's a new trailer on the go for Abduction, the film starring Taylor Lautner as a new, teen friendly Bourne character. This one reveals some of the other stars in the film and also might just reveal a little too much by giving away what might be an early twist....

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August 11, 2011

Dark Tower fails, Stand remake continues?

The adaptation of Stephen King's The Dark Tower was set to be epic, turned into three films with two or three television mini-series between them to bridge the story and allow for most of the nine book series to be brought to life. It sounded fantastic, and with Ron Howard,...

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Is Sin City 2 about to happen?

There have been plenty of rumours and comments from Robert Rodriguez that it would go ahead, but to be honest I'd stopped listening. There had been so many and we are forever hearing of stars talking about potential films in the hope that some studio executive hears them and then...

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World War Z plot confirms film departs from book

Well I had been saying since the very early stages that I was concerned about the film adaptation of World War Z and how I couldn't see it could cover the story in the same way as the book, after all the book presents it in a very different style...

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Fiennes delivers stunning Coriolanus trailer

Ralph Fiennes looks like he's directed an amazing film in Coriolanus, and while I always believed that Kenneth Branagh was the master of the William Shakespeare adaptation to film, I'm actually looking at this trailer and wondering if there Fiennes could claim that throne if he delivers a film as...

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August 10, 2011

Expendables 2 begins; Rambo V happening?

There's a little snippet in the story about The Expendables 2 starting filming in Bulgaria under the direction of Simon West that surprised me, a reveal that Rambo V is indeed on the studio's filming schedule along with the Kane & Lynch film. Now there are a couple of issues...

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Footage of Besson's The Lady

CNN scored a bit of a scoop with Luc Besson, getting their hands on some footage of his upcoming film about the Burmese activist Aung San Suu Kyi, played by the fantastic Michelle Yeoh, as well as an interview with the man himself. The footage from the segment mixes film...

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Catwoman revealed for Dark Knight Rises

I'm totally unaffected by the photo of Catwoman appearing in The Dark Knight Rises in costume and atop Batman's motorbike, I couldn't care less about the technicalities of her suit, her glasses, etc. as others seem interested in. What I am interested in is the fact that the character really...

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Dirty Dancing remake happening

I'm rather surprised, more than rather surprised actually, by the fact that the remake of Dirty Dancing is actually going to go ahead, after all the film is a bit of a classic, one that is a girl's night in favourite (certainly with the ladies that I know anyway) and...

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The Interrupters trailer inspires

I've heard about The Interrupters before but hadn't really looked to it yet, until this new trailer arrived and hit me like an emotional brick. It's a powerful trailer which suggests that the film itself is going to be just as powerful and as moving. The film follows three people...

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The Entitled trailer, could this be good?

I didn't think I was going to be writing about The Entitled when I first came to the trailer, but after watching a few moments I started to wonder if this could be a good film. There's a good story behind it and some strong actors - Ray Liotta, Victor...

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Argento talks Dracula 3D

Dracula is the latest for the remake and 3D treatments, but who would have thought that it would come from Dario Argento? Well before we heard he was doing it probably none of us, but he's doing it and he's appeared to talk about the film. Dracula 3D stars a...

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August 8, 2011

Irvine Welsh's Ecstasy trailer

I don't know why the film has the title "Irvine Welsh's Ecstasy", perhaps to put itself apart from another film called Ecstasy also being released, but surely just by including the author's name it will ensure extra coverage. Saying that, the trailer seems to have been released with little fanfare....

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New Anonymous Shakespeare trailer

Anonymous surprised me from the beginning, not that it's a film about the theories that Shakespeare wasn't actually a single author but a number of authors writing under a similar theme or a pen name for another author, but that it's directed by Roland Emmerich, and there's not a tidal...

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The Iceman test scene

There isn't a trailer out there yet for The Iceman, the film with Michael Shannon playing Richard Kuklinski, a real life notorious contract killer, but there is a test scene featuring Shannon playing the character with typical intensity and it gives a good idea of the tone intended for the...

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A Lonely Place to Die trailer

This film raised a little interest in me when I heard it was filming in Scotland, making use of the fantastic scenery that the country has to offer, and the fact that it starred the always over looked and very good actress Melissa George. Still, I didn't think it would...

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August 5, 2011

Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy International trailer

The new trailer for Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy is very good, although this one does up the pace a little. I think while most prefer this trailer, I liked the more considered, less pace driven first trailer which built atmosphere first. Still, this trailer looks great and does also...

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Elite Squad 2: The Enemy Within trailer hits hard

Elite Squad, or Tropa de Elite (Filmstalker review), is a very strong film that I saw back in June of 2008 and really enjoyed, and as soon as I heard there was a sequel I was keen to see what the writer and director José Padilha was going to deliver....

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The Sitter adults only trailer

I could hardly be bothered to write about the trailer for The Sitter, but then as I wrote a little blurb for the Filmstalker Facebook Page saying how much I didn't like it, I realised how much I was writing and how little I did like it and thought, maybe...

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Superman: Man of Steel production photo

The first shot of the new Superman in the form of Henry Cavill has arrived, and I'm not sure what people expected but the photography is a publicity shot that shows a man in a slightly darker than normal Superman costume with some wreckage behind him that looks like he...

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Short Circuit remake turning CG?

I had thought that the idea for a remake of Short Circuit had fallen through. It's been a long time since we heard anything about the film, indeed the last we heard was October 2009 when Steve Carr was set to direct the film, and that was looking bad enough,...

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Stalked: Thor 2, Kenneth Branagh, Zack Snyder, Pet Sematary, Paul Schrader, Brett Easton Ellis, Friday Night Lights, Antoine Fuqua, Pablo Escobar

Thor 2 talking director... Branagh in talks to direct Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society... Snyder to direct The Last Photograph... Pet Sematary remake talks director... Schrader to direct Ellis story... Berg directing Friday Night Lights film... Fuqua directing Storming Las Vegas... Dramatic new Escobar film......

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August 4, 2011

Wilde not sure about Linda Lovelace film

Last week Olivia Wilde was connected with another Linda Lovelace biographical film, there are two on the go at the moment, and she said that she's thinking about the role, and when asked about the possibility on the red carpet the other day she said again that she's still considering...

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New Moneyball trailer gets me for baseball

I'm not a baseball fan, in fact I think I can safely say I've never watched a full game, not more than pitch, but the latest trailer for Moneyball has me thinking I could be passionate about the game as much as Brad Pitt's character is. The story is taken...

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The Caller trailer has something

I was watching the trailer for The Caller and thinking that it wasn't that strong a film and wasn't going to write about it, but to be honest I keep going back to the concept in my mind and wondering where it could go. It's clever one that we've seen...

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August 3, 2011

Killer Elite second trailer online

This new trailer for Killer Elite shows Robert De Niro joining in on the assassination action with Jason Statham, adds in a little sexy hanky panky for Jason Statham in the form of Yvonne Strahovski, and then plenty of the rivalry between Statham and Clive Owen, well their characters at...

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The Darkest Hour trailer invades with amazing effects

I wasn't sure what to expect from The Darkest Hour, but now I've seen it I'm totally taken by it. The effects are stunning and the ideas and visuals do look like they'll set the film apart from the usual alien invasion genre. The cast includes Emile Hirsch, Olivia Thirlby,...

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New In Time trailer

There's a new trailer for In Time on the go, and while I don't think it's as strong as the previous trailer we saw, it's still pretty good. I already mentioned that the Andrew Niccol written and directed film stars Justin Timberlake, Amanda Seyfried, Olivia Wilde, Alex Pettyfer and Cillian...

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Coppola's Twixt trailer arrives

Well I've just watched the trailer for Twixt and I have to say I'm rather perplexed. If I didn't know that Francis Ford Coppola had written and directed the film I would think it was another direct to DVD film for Val Kilmer, but then there's Elle Fanning in there...

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Resurrect Dead documentary investigates strange messages

The trailer for Resurrect Dead: The Mystery of the Toynbee Tiles, a documentary no less, is intriguing and if you didn't know it was a documentary you'd be thinking it's some sort of faked "real footage" film, and I'm still not certain it isn't to be honest, but then I...

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Texas Killing Fields Italian trailer

I am disappointed that this trailer is in Italian and not English because it looks so good. Originally I wasn't going to write about it but the trailer does look powerful and it's based on actual events, although with Hollywood we never really know how far that strays from the...

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New Sympathy for Delicious trailer

I heard about this film a long time ago and it was January of 2010 that I first posted a trailer for the film and December 2008 that the film was first written about on the site. It's been a long wait but there's a new trailer for the Mark...

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Albatross trailer looks good

An exclusive trailer for Nial MacCormick's film has appeared online and it's right here for you to see. Starring Felicity Jones, Jessica Brown Findlay, Sebastian Koch and Julia Ormond it comes from first time writer Tamzin Rafn and tells the story of a family who are affected by the arrival...

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Like Crazy trailer

There are a number of sites talking about Like Crazy and showing the trailer, perhaps it's down to the co-writer and director Drake Doremus, or perhaps it's because it stars Anton Yelchin, Felicity Jones, Jennifer Lawrence and Alex Kingston. Personally though I think the trailer isn't a good advertisement for...

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August 2, 2011

Die Hard 5 director and plot talk

Die Hard 5 has been talked about on and off since the fourth was rolled out to audiences who lapped up the new and slightly aging John McClane, but like the last film there's not been a huge amount of movement on what could be the final one in the...

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Red Tails trailer

First of all let's put things in context so we don't start expecting silly little furry creatures to appear in the middle of the film, George Lucas helped with the story and production, John Ridley wrote the screenplay and Anthony Hemingway directed, so let's (and this includes me) get over...

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