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VI DIRECT Catalog : Starburst : Starburst 2004

Starburst #318, December 2004 Starburst #318, December 2004
(Reference #318)

116 pages

Blade: Trinity The man behind the Blade movies, David Goyer, talks about the challenges involved in writing and directing the unholy Vampire trinity
The Incredibles Discover how Pixar created one of the greatest-ever animated family movies, and meet the talented team behind it
Team America The World Police are here so there’s no need to panic. But who’s policing the police? South Park’s creators Parker and Stone give some answers…
James Bond Sir Sean Connery talks to us about the role of the greatest secret agent in the world in The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen
I, Robot Production Design Patrick Tatopoulis is the supremo and one of the brains behind the creations of this Sci-Fi flick. Discover his views on the rights of robots!
Seed of Chucky Billy Boyd plays the son of a nasty killer doll in this Horror sequel. Find out what gives him the shivers in this gory story right here…
Andromeda Kevin Sorbo is in high spirits as the series reaches its 100th episode. Join us as he proudly takes us on a tour of the show’s new set
Buffy The Vampire Slayer As one of the main writers for the Vampire slayer, Jane Espenson knows how to tell a good tale
Exorcist IV We examine the fact and the fiction behind the so-called ‘curse of The Exorist
Clive Barker We track down the writer/director to find out what lurks in the mind of a Hellraiser…
Sci-Fi Eccentrics We ponder the lack of larger-than-life characters in Sci-Fi both in front of and behind the camera
X-Men Legends We go behind the scenes on this mutant-powered game and find out how Marvel’s X-Men are becoming champions in the console arena

With a look at new cinema releases, with The Incredibles, Exorcist: The Beginning, The Forgotten, Toolbox Murders

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Our usual detailed look at all the new Sci-Fi and Fantasy novels, film and TV releases both new and old on DVD, and we check out the best new collectables… With a special sealed and expanded section of the latest and up-to-date TV Reviews covering Star Trek: Enterprise, Smallville, Stargate: SG-1, Stargate Atlantis, Dead Like Me, Andromeda, Battlestar Galactica, Hex, Lost, Century City
And Trailer Park Our witty caption writer has a laugh at Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith

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Starburst #317, November 2004 Starburst #317, November 2004
(Reference #317)

132 pages

Star Trek: Enterprise Brent Spiner, better known as Data in The Next Generation, talks to us about his forthcoming appearance
Plus
Executive producer Manny Coto gives us an exciting glimpse into the fourth season
The Grudge Buffy star Sarah Michelle Geller talks to us about the new US version of the creepy Japanese Horror of the same name.
Farscape Claudia Black is back causing mayhem as Aeryn Sun in The Peacekeeper Wars
Blade: Trinity Dominic Purcell is in for the count as he gets his teeth stuck into playing the latest incarnation of Dracula alongside Vampire hunter Wesley Snipes
Blake’s Junction 7 The makers of the new Blake’s 7 spoof reveal what happened after the end of the series, including what The Office’s Mackenzie Crook is doing in drag…
Lost in Space Actor Bill Mumy reflects on his time as the Spaceboy every kid wanted to be in the classic 1960s show
Doctor Who 2004 We follow the Doctor to Victorian times as he and his companion tread the cobbled streets of Cardiff
We then look at the changing fortunes of the franchise since the end of the original series and ask the question ‘Who owns The Doctor?’
Godsend Director Nick Hamm tells us how his clone movie was a true original
Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow We take a look at the movies and books that inspired and helped this movie to take flight
Star Trek: Voyager Find out how women have taken over the Bridge. It wouldn’t have happened in Kirk’s day that’s for sure
Stargate Atlantis Actor Joe Flanigan tells us how he found the lost city as Major John Sheppard in this spin-off series

With a look at new cinema releases, with Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow, Manchurian Candidate, Saw, Anacondas

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Our usual detailed look at all the new Sci-Fi and Fantasy novels, film and TV releases both new and old on DVD, and we check out the best new collectables… With a special sealed and expanded section of the latest and up-to-date TV Reviews covering Star Trek: Enterprise, Smallville, Stargate: SG-1, Stargate Atlantis, Dead Like Me, Farscape: The Peacekeeper Wars, Battlestar Galactica 2004
And Trailer Park Our witty caption writer has a look at the trailer for Resident Evil: Apocalypse

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Starburst #316, October 2004 Starburst #316, October 2004
(Reference #316)

116 pages

Battlestar Galactica Sexy Cylon Tricia Helfer finds it pretty hard to keep herself covered up as Number Six in the new Sci-Fi series. She reveals more…
Alien vs Predator Director Paul WS Anderson explains the challenges of bringing two alien behemoths to the big screen, while actor Colin Salmon talks to us about his latest role investigating mysterious goings-on beneath the Antarctic ice.
Dead Like Me Actress Laura Harris talks to us about life and after-life as the dead attractive Daisy Adair…
Special Sealed section: Star Trek
Packed full of photos from behind the scenes at the James Doohan Tribute Convention, where the cast of Star Trek: TOS recently gathered to say a fond farewell in Los Angeles
Bubba Ho-Tep Bruce Campbell explains why he’d rather play a retired Elvis Presley than bow to the mighty corporate dollar…
Van Helsing Journey with us to the iconic Industrial Light and Magic to discuss effects work with Visual Effects Supervisor Ben Snow
Hex Jemima Rooper talks to us about her mysterious character in this Hallowe’en’s genre treat. Spooky…
Anacondas: The Hunt for the Red Orchid Actress KaDee Strickland talks to us about co-starring alongside a giant killer snake
Star Trek George Takei reflects on his recent emotional reunion with old friends and colleagues, and looks to the Future…
Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War Jay Wilson, lead designer of the new video game leads us into a bloody battle…
EverQuest II Christopher Lee has enjoyed a wider variety of roles than most. His latest part, however, is a little unusual even by his standards…
Lord of the Rings Star Sean Astin has now collected his experiences of the production in a new book. We ask “Why now?”

With a look at new cinema releases, with Alien vs Predator, Bubba Ho-tep, Code 46 and The Punisher

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Our usual detailed look at all the new Sci-Fi and Fantasy novels, film and TV releases both new and old on DVD, and we check out the best new collectables… With a special sealed and expanded section of the latest and up-to-date TV Reviews covering ? Stargate: SG-1, Stargate Atlantis, The Dead Zone and Dead Like Me

And Trailer Park Our witty caption writer has a look at the trailer for Blade: Trinity

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Starburst #315, New Season 2004 Starburst #315, New Season 2004
(Reference #315)

116 pages

We have a batch of heroes to strike fear into the hearts of wrong-doers everywhere
Scott Bakula, aka Star Trek: Enterprise’s Captain Jonathan Archer, tells us how the new season is shaping up
The release of the original Star Wars Trilogy on DVD is just around the corner and we’ll be taking a look back at this classic epic
Angel’s Andy Hallett gives us a masterclass in make-up removal

Special Sealed section: Doctor Who 2005
Packed full of new photos from the series and a report from the location shooting.


Lost A plane crash, an island, a monster, and a cast of 50 awaits us in this new and mysterious US TV show.
Spoofs! With a new Star Trek spoof movie attracting huge audiences in Germany, we pose the question: Sci-Fi spoofs: Funny, how?
Babylon 5 / Crusade The lovely Carrie Dobro joins us to look back on her time in these fine shows, as well as pondering why Sci-Fi produces strong female characters
Battlestar Galactica Jamie Bamber aka Captain Lee ‘Apollo’ Adams gives us a taste of what we can expect…
Sky Captain & The World of Tomorrow Jude Law gives us a few notes on how to star in and produce the new adventure movie
Star Trek To mark the launch of the original series on DVD, we go right back to the beginning of Trek to discover how it all began
The Incredibles Director Brad Bird talks to us at the recent Comic Con about creating a new brand of ‘heroes’
Firefly: Serenity Joss Whedon and his Firefly team talk up the new spin-off movie of the Sci-Fi show
Batman Begins Screenwriter David Goyer gives us a glimpse behind the mask of the new Bat movie!
Stephen Baxter The acclaimed author discusses his new book, co-written with Arthur C Clarke, and how satellites may be watching us…

With a look at new cinema releases, with I, Robot, Catwoman, The Village and Trauma

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Our usual detailed look at all the new Sci-Fi and Fantasy novels, film and TV releases both new and old on DVD, and we check out the best new collectables… With a special sealed and expanded section of the latest and up-to-date TV Reviews covering Stargate SG-1 Season Eight, Stargate Atlantis, Kingdom Hospital, The Dead Zone and Dead Like Me

And Trailer Park Our witty caption writer has a look at Team America

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Starburst #314, September 2004 Starburst #314, September 2004
(Reference #314)

116 pages

Roll up, roll up for the fight of the Century!
Alien vs Predator brings two of cinema’s greatest killers together in a fight to the death, and we have got you a ringside seat.

We go back in Time to revisit the previous sightings of the Alien, from egg to resurrection.
We catch up with Lance Henriksen as he uncovers the origins of the Bishop android in AvP
In Starburst, no one can hear you scream…

Plus
Thunderbirds Director Jonathan Frakes talks frankly to us about bad reviews, marionettes, family films, and why Star Trek has been “back to the well” once too often…
Hellboy
Star Ron Perlman tells why the boy from Hell is the most personal role he’s ever had.
Plus!
Director Guillermo del Toro on the movie – and he's already working on the sequel!
Dead Like Me Ellen Muth, star of the hit show, is keen to tell us the secrets from the other side…
Catwoman What stars Halle Berry and Sharon Stone have been saying about this new take on the Catwoman story…
Angel Actor Jonathan M Woodward winds up dead in every role from Buffy to Firefly. Is someone trying to tell him something? We ask him!
Star Trek: Enterprise Michael Westmore on creating the faces for the latest Trek show…
Stargate Atlantis Actor Paul McGillion, latest in a long and illustrious line of Sci-Fi show doctors, tells us about his role as Dr Beckett.
Riddick: The Game! An exclusive look behind the scenes on the stunning new Chronicles of Riddick: Escape from Butcher Bay game.
Battlestar Galactica 2004 James Callis, aka Dr Gaius, on life with a Cylon woman and what we might see in the forthcoming season. PLUS! First pictures from Season One!
Doctor Who How the return of the Doctor is being reported in the press, with stunning pictures from location filming on the new series…

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Alan Jones takes a look at new cinema releases, with Spider-Man 2, The Stepford Wives, Hellboy and The Chronicles of Riddick

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Our usual detailed look at all the new Sci-Fi and Fantasy novels, film and TV releases both new and old on DVD, and we check out the best new collectables… With a special sealed and expanded section of the latest and up-to-date TV Reviews covering Stargate SG-1 Season Eight, Stargate Atlantis, The Dead Zone, Charmed and Kingdom Hospital
And Trailer Park It was a dark and stormy night when our witty caption writer came across the trailer for Exorcist: The Beginning. Will he beat the Devil?

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Starburst #313, August 2004 Starburst #313, August 2004
(Reference #313)

116 pages

Features

Rise of the Robot We celebrate the longevity of Sci-Fi’s greatest creation: the robot. We kick off our chrome creations coverage with a look at Will Smith’s big screen take on the classic I, Robot, then we’re counting down the Top Ten Robots ever to appear in movies and on TV.
Spider-Man 2 We’ve cast our web wide and pulled in a huge collection of Spider-folks from this year’s hotly-anticipated movie
Star Tobey Maguire swings in for a chat
Director Sam Raimi reveals his admiration for the Marvel-ous hero
and
We go behind the scenes to discover the secrets of the Doc Ock design, try on some costumes and dabble in production design
Star Trek: Enterprise The show saw massive changes both on and off-screen in Season Three and we take a voyage of discovery to find out what went right…
Creating the Dalek Find out how we achieved the stunning cover image of one of the most famous creations ever for this month’s issue
The Dead Zone Co-star John L Adams talks about the haunting TV series.
Lost in Space – The Original Series For Angela Cartwright, playing Penny Robinson in the hit show was an experience like no other. We find her back on Earth, but still looking at the stars…
Mutant X Why was the series pulled? What is the huge legal battle taking place over the characters? We investigate exactly what killed the Mutants…

Plus
Alan Jones takes a look at new cinema releases, with Shrek 2, Thunderbirds, Harry Potter 3 and Open Water.

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Our usual detailed look at all the new Sci-Fi and Fantasy novels, film and TV releases both new and old on DVD, and we check out the best new collectables… With a special sealed and expanded section of the latest and up-to-date TV Reviews covering Jake 2.0, Mutant X, Alias, Charmed, Andromeda, Mutant X, Star Trek: Enterprise
And Trailer Park Our skewed view of what’s appearing near you in the cinemas. Just don’t take it too seriously… This time Catwoman meets our incredibly witty caption writer. Who will survive?

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Starburst #312, July 2004 Starburst #312, July 2004
(Reference #312)

100 pages

Features
Angel What is the story behind the series' cancellation? We speak exclusively to the creator of Buffy and Angel, Joss Whedon
and...
The Top 20 Angel Events
Revisit some classic moments from one of television’s darkest dramas.
The Day After Tomorrow Are we doomed? Is this the end? Find out as we talk with the movie’s writer, Jeffrey Nachmanoff.
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban Production designer Stuart Craig reveals the magic of the movie.
The X-Files The woman behind Special Agent Monica Reyes , Annabeth Gish, takes a revealing look back at life in the bureau…
The Chronicles of Riddick Actress Alexa Davalo joins us this issue to talk about her role on the movie. Plus, Riddick’s Christina Cox drops in for a quick word!
Charmed Drew Fuller as Chris weaves his magic in this charming show. We catch up with the young actor for a brief spell
Haunted Mansion Special make-up effects supremo Rick Baker eveals his astounding powers on the fun Horror film.

Plus
Alan Jones takes a look at new cinema releases, with The Day After Tomorrow, Godsend and The Grudge (Ju-On).

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Our usual detailed look at all the new Sci-Fi and Fantasy novels, film and TV releases both new and old on DVD, and we check out the best new collectables… With a special sealed and expanded section of the latest and up-to-date TV Reviews covering Smallville, Angel, Smallville, Kingdom Hospital, Enterprise, Alias, Charmed, Mutant X, Thunderbirds
And Trailer Park, our very own crazed critique of the latest movie trailers. This issue it’s The Incredibles

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Starburst #311, June 2004 Starburst #311, June 2004
(Reference #311)

100 pages

Features
Chronicles of Riddick Pitch Black's Richard Riddick returns to the fray in this storming new sequel. Star Vin Diesel gives us his views on what makes a great Sci-Fi movie and what Riddick does next…
Farscape The series is set to return in a new mini-series Peacekeeper War. We take an exclusive look at the new show in the company of exec producer Brian Henson…
Starship Troopers 2 The giant bugs of Starship Troopers are back. FX supremo, and now director, Phil Tippett reveals what got under his skin about movie-making…
Angel We take a look with Mercedes McNab at the roots of her blonde character Harmony.
Smallville Executive Producer Mark Millar gives us a frank view of the show’s super Season Three, and looks forward to a new direction
I, Robot We preview the new Will Smith actioner
Best Animated Shows…Ever? We play by our own rules of what makes a great animated show. Spidey or Jimmy Neutron? Batman or Battle of the Planets? Only we know the answer…
Dead End Star Ray Wise goes into reverse gear for a look back at this Horror movie. Step on the gas!!

Plus
Alan Jones takes a look at new cinema releases, with Van Helsing, Kill Bill II and Battle Royale II.

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Our usual detailed look at all the new Sci-Fi and Fantasy novels, film and TV releases both new and old on DVD, and we check out the best new collectables… With a special sealed and expanded section of the latest and up-to-date TV Reviews covering Kingdom Hospital, Andromeda, Enterprise, Angel, Alias, Mutant X, Thunderbirds (because the movie is nearly here)
And let’s not forget Trailer Park, our very own crazed critique of the latest movie trailers. This issue it’s Ginger Snaps 3

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Starburst #310, May 2004 Starburst #310, May 2004
(Reference #310)

100 pages
Features
Spider-Man 2 We give a big hand – or eight – to the man behind the menace of Doc Ock, Alfred Molina. What does it take to step into the size 10s of a super-villain? Find out here…
Van Helsing Producer Bob Ducsay reveals the monster effort involved in bringing Van the man to the screen…
William Shatner We speak to Shatner about movies, legends and anything else he wants to discuss. After all, who are we to argue with the captain of the Enterprise?
David Duchovny Prepare for a shock. Duchovny tells Starburst that the FBI’s X Files department might re-open for business.
Kingdom Hospital We visiting the briefly-opened Kingdom Hospital to speak with the staff and patients of this twisted show. Nurse! The screens…
Chronicles of Riddick Pitch Black writer/director David Twohy brings hard-man Riddick back to the screen in this long-awaited sequel.
Star Trek: Enterprise Connor Trinneer aka Trip Tucker talks technical and points out his course for the show’s future.

Plus
Alan Jones takes a look at new cinema releases, with Dawn of the Dead, Scooby Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed, Secret Window and Anazapta.

And
Our usual detailed look at all the new Sci-Fi and Fantasy novels, film and TV releases both new and old on DVD, and we check out the best new collectables… With a special sealed and expanded section of the latest and up-to-date TV Reviews covering Century City, Kingdom Hospital, Mutant X Season 3, Thunderbirds (because the movie is just around the corner!), Alias, Charmed
And let’s not forget Trailer Park, our very own crazed critique of the latest movie trailers. This time it’s Alien vs Predator under the microscope…

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Starburst #309, April 2004 Starburst #309, April 2004
(Reference #309)

100 pages
Features
Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow We fly off on an adventure with Jude Law in this stunning retro-styled movie. Set in a 1930s Earth like you’ve never seen, this lets rip with planes, guns, loads of robots and even Gwyneth Paltrow! But what’s it all about? There’s only one way to find out…
Angel We track actor James Marsters to his lair and finds out what the platinum one will do next
Van Helsing We pin down director Stephen Sommers and ask why the man is so attracted to Horror.
Retroactive We pick the 10 funkiest retro icons of Sci-Fi, from the MiB to The Avengers and more (eight more, to be precise).
Star Wars Hayden Christensen reveals more on the final Star Wars episode…
Smallville Sam Jones III on playing Pete, the guy with a superpal!
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Marking the sad passing of actress Cecily Adams, we present one of her final interviews in which she talks of her career and all things Ferengi.

Plus
Alan Jones takes a look at new cinema releases, with Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, Shaun of the Dead, Freeze Frame and The Cat in the Hat.

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Our usual detailed look at all the new Sci-Fi and Fantasy novels, film and TV releases both new and old on DVD, and we check out the best new collectables… With a special sealed and expanded section of the latest and up-to-date TV Reviews covering Angel, Smallville, Star Trek: Enterprise, Andromeda, Stargate SG-1, Mutant X
and Trailer Park, our humorous slant at a movie's trailer. This issue we pull some strings with The Chronicles of Riddick.

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Starburst #308, March 2004 Starburst #308, March 2004
(Reference #308)

100-Page Issue

Features
Van Helsing Van Helsing i’s back from exile to stomp some monsters. What’s more, he looks strangely like Hugh Jackman. Find out what the wolverine is doing amongst the werewolves, in this issue…
Thunderbirds The Thunderbirds team make their live-action big-screen débuts very soon, and we tracked them down on Tracy Island…
The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King LOTR Producer Barrie M Osborne completes his epic quest of guiding us through the story of the mammoth trilogy.
Shaun of the Dead Trying to get served at the Bar but finding hordes of the undead pushing in? It’s the kind of thing Simon Pegg has to put up with in his new ‘Britzomromcom’ movie.
Angel Werewolves are back in the 'Buffy-verse'. We go behind the scenes to discover how the creatures were made.
Smallville Part II of our in-depth interview with the head of the Luthor family, played by John Glover.

Plus
Alan Jones takes a look at new cinema releases, with Looney Tunes: Back in Action, Gothika, High Tension, It’s All About Love

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Our usual detailed look at all the new Sci-Fi and Fantasy novels, film and TV releases both new and old on DVD, and we check out the best new collectables… With a special sealed and expanded section of the latest and up-to-date TV Reviews covering Alias, Andromeda, Angel, Charmed, Mutant X, Smallville, Stargate
and Trailer Park, our humorous slant at a movie's trailer. This issue we pull some strings with Sky Captain

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Starburst #307, February 2004 Starburst #307, February 2004
(Reference #307)

Bumper 100-Page Bright New-Look Issue

Features
Top 50 Sci-Fi Classics Prepare to cross Space and Time as we round up the best of the Sci-Fi world. From movies to books, TV to games, our top 50 guide crosses all the divides. Can Doctor Who fend off the jostling youngsters? Was your favourite read a hit with the pollsters? A catalogue of classics awaits you.
Hellboy Fanning the flames of the upcoming movie, we go behind the scenes with star Ron Perlman as he sheds light on the fervent forces behind this comic-book conversion.
Mutant X Head Writer Peter Mohan shares his plans for the third series. How will relationships be healed and the group reconvened? We’ve plenty of hints and plot lines inside.
The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King Producer Barrie M Osborne on five years of Middle-earth mayhem, helping Peter Jackson steer this beast of a trilogy to success.
Smallville We delve into Lionel Luther’s murky motives with the help of actor John Glover. Will he blame all the family failings on Lex’s mother?
Star Trek: Voyager Nick Sagan, son of Carl, talks about his new novel, writing for the series, and how his voice ended up on the probe of the same name.

Plus
Alan Jones takes a look at new cinema releases, with Paycheck, Haunted Mansion, The Card Player and Fear X.

And
Our usual detailed look at all the new Sci-Fi and Fantasy novels, film and TV releases both new and old on DVD, and we check out the best new collectables… With a special sealed and expanded section of the latest and up-to-date TV Reviews covering Andromeda, Angel, Battlestar Galactica 2003, Star Trek: Enterprise, Jake 2.0, Smallville, Stargate SG-1, Mutant X, Alias, Charmed
and Trailer Park, our humorous slant at a movie's trailer. This issue we pull some strings with Thunderbirds.

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Starburst #306, January 2004 Starburst #306, January 2004
(Reference #306)

Bumper 100-Page Bright New-Look Issue

The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King The Master of Mystic Monochrome bids us one final farewell as he heads off to the Grey Havens. Sir Ian McKellen regales us with talk of toys, coins, Father Christmas and X3
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We go behind the media furore surrounding Christopher Lee’s fury over Saruman being cut from the final film.
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The conclusion of our two-part interview with Isildur’s heir as Viggo Mortensen discusses kingship and, er, ‘faking it’.
Battlestar Galactica Tricia Helfer talks to us about her role as Number Six in the new galactic mini-series.
Paycheck Legendary director John Woo reveals the secrets behind his latest Sci-Fi flick, featuring Ben Affleck and Uma Thurman.
Star Trek: Enterprise Linda Park, aka the Enterprise’s Ensign Hoshi Sato, gets candid and tells us that Season 2 was ‘boring’…
Master of Dreams Comics legend, best-selling author and chronic wearer-of-black Neil Gaiman gives us the low-down on his various, exciting projects.

Plus
Alan Jones takes a look at new cinema releases, with Peter Pan, The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King, Big Fish and Tooth.

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Our usual detailed look at all the new Sci-Fi and Fantasy novels, film and TV releases both new and old on DVD, and we check out the best new collectables… With a special sealed and expanded section of the latest and up-to-date TV Reviews
and Trailer Park, our humorous slant at a movie's trailer. This issue we get in a flap over The Butterfly Effect.


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