I've very recently read Mark Kermode's The Good, the Bad and the Multiplex in which he devotes a whole chapter (and there're only 6 so it's a good portion of the book) to the plight of films not in the English language and those usually dreadful, misguided English-language remakes. He also asks, when was the last time you saw a "foreign language" film gracing the front cover of a film magazine like Empire. In the book he can't think of an example however he may have discovered once since, I don't know. He also complained how his announcing the BAFTA (for Film Not In The English Language) for The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo was cut from the BBC's programme as though it was of little interest.
Compare these points with the current cover of Empire and its coverage of "the film event of the year".
Plus I don't know what Dr K will think of Julian Sands' involvement.
Thanks to Petrona for the Empire cover suggestion.
And...just in from the Guardian... H&M have a new clothing range inspired by Lisbeth Salander: