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VI DIRECT Catalog : Starburst : Starburst 2005

Starburst #331, December 2005 Starburst #331, December 2005
(Reference #331)

In 100 pages we have…

King Kong We talk to actor Andy Serkis whose movements the mighty Kong is aping
Æon Flux On-Set Report! We talk to producer David Gale, director Karyn Kusama, and stars Marton Csokas and Caroline Chikezie
Saw II Actress Emmanuelle Vaugier explains why she was disturbed by the first instalment, and wasn’t too sure about taking part in the sequel until she saw the script
War of the Worlds (2005) Senior visual effects designer Dennis Muren explains why three-eyed aliens just wouldn’t connect with the audience
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire Star Daniel Radcliffe on donning the wizard’s robes for the fourth time
Star Wars Actors Ian McDiarmid and Hayden Christensen talk about their experience on the prequels, and working with George Lucas
Neil Gaiman The writer and graphic novel maestro talks about his latest work Anansi Boys, and what went wrong with tv's NeverWhere
Zathura We chat to director Jon Favreau about his adaptation of the Chris Van Allsburg short story

With
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…
A look at new cinema releases Calvaire – The Ordeal, Doom, Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire and Saw II
The latest and up-to-date TV Reviews covering Captain Scarlet, Invasion, Lost, Smallville, Supernatural, Threshold
and book Reviews A Feast for Crows, A History of Violence, Atom Bomb Blues / The Time Travellers, Giants of the Frost, Living Next Door to the God of Love, Transcendent
Trailer Park We take a look at the trailer for Cars, the latest Pixar adventure

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Starburst #330, November 2005 Starburst #330, November 2005
(Reference #330)

In 100 pages…

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire On-Set Report! Visual effects supervisor Jimmie Mitchell and special effects supervisor John Richardson speak to us about how they worked their magic
King Kong Director Peter Jackson talks to us about his next modern take on a cult legend, the long awaited remake of the 1933 classic.
Battlestar Galactica (2000s) Actor Richard Hatch (who played Apollo in the original series) updates us on the fortunes of revolutionary and political agitator Tom Zarek
Doom On-Set Report! In the second part of our coverage, Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson tells us why playing the Sarge was his most demanding film role to date
Doctor Who 2005 In the second part of our exclusive interview, visual effects supervisor Mike Tucker tells us all about the creation of a new generation of Daleks, and their mighty Emperor re-imagined as a god
Serenity Actor Adam Baldwin, who plays laconic tough guy Jayne, talks to us about why he couldn’t be happier to be back playing his character
Top 10 Alien Invasions We take a tongue-in-cheek look at some of the intergalactic invasions that have been launched upon our planet
With
A look at new cinema releases Tim Burton’s Corpse Bride and The Exorcism of Emily Rose

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 the latest and up-to-date TV Reviews covering Battlestar Galactica, Captain Scarlet, Ghost Whisperer, Invasion, Lost, Night Stalker, Smallville, Stargate Atlantis, Stargate SG-1, Supernatural, Surface, Threshold
and books Reviews 9Tail Fox, Flight of the Night Hawks, Fly by Night, Judas Unchained, Knife of Dreams, The Lady of the Sea
Trailer Park We take a look at the trailer for the computer game-inspired Doom

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Starburst #329, New Season 2005 Starburst #329, New Season 2005
(Reference #329)

In 100 pages…

Battlestar Galactica Actor James Callis discusses what’s next for his character, Dr Gaius Baltar
Doom On-Set Report! We visit the set in the Czech Republic, and speak to star Karl Urban, visual effects supervisor Jon Farhat, military advisor Tom McAdams and armourer Richard Hooper
Lost We catch up with former Lord of the Rings star Dominic Monaghan, who plays Drive Shaft frontman Charlie
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire On-Set Interview! Producer David Heyman and stars Rupert Grint and Emma Watson whet our appetites for more adventures with the boy wizard.
Doctor Who 2005 Visual effects supervisor Mike Tucker talks to us about the challenges of model making
Serenity Producer Barry Mendel spoke to us about the challenges of the transition of Joss Whedon’s Firefly to the silver svreen
Stargate Atlantis Stunt co-ordinator James Bamford talks us through the crew’s weapon and hand-to-hand combat training for Season Two

With
A look at new cinema releases The Brothers Grimm, The Cave, Night Watch, Sky High

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 the latest and up-to-date TV Reviews covering The 4400, Captain Scarlet, Battlestar Galactica, The Dead Zone, Hex, Stargate Atlantis, Stargate SG-1 and book reviews Anansi Boys, Lord of the Silver Bow, Mind’s Eye, Provender Gleed, Storm Front/Full Moon, Thud!
Trailer Park We take a look at the trailer for the remake of The Fog

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Starburst #328, October 2005 Starburst #328, October 2005
(Reference #328)

In 100 pages…

Stargate SG-1 On-Set Report! We catch up with the former Farscape actress to find out what her new character,Vala Mal Doran, means to her
Stargate Atlantis Rachel Luttrell, better known to fans as Teyla Emmagan, discusses the appeal of her character, and what lies in store…
Battlestar Galactica Grace Park on playing the variations of Lt Sharon ‘Boomer’ Valerii, the Cylon(s)
Doctor Who Neill Gorton, the effects wizard behind the first season’s most memorable creatures, talks about his monstrous creations
Corpse Bride On-Set Report! We visit the set of Tim Burton’s next spooktastic animation
Fantastic Four We come face-to-face with the Thing, minus the latex suit, Michael Chiklis
Top 10 Revamped Concepts We count down the most successful Sci-Fi and Fantasy revamps and comebacks

With a look at new cinema releases Bewitched, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, The Island, Land of the Dead, Serenity, Stealth, Wolf Creek

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 the latest and up-to-date TV Reviews covering The 4400, Battlestar Galactica, The Dead Zone, Stargate Atlantis, Stargate SG-1 and book reviews Accelerando, Air, Learning the World, Rose of the World, Shadow of the Giant, Vellum
Trailer Park We take a look at the trailer for MirrorMask, from the world of Fantasy author Neil Gaiman

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Starburst #327, September 2005 Starburst #327, September 2005
(Reference #327)

In 100 pages…

Doctor Who
David Tennant In an exclusive interview the latest actor to play the Doctor talks to Starburst
Nick Briggs We hear from the man who giave voice to the Daleks in the last series
The Mill The last part of our extensive look behind the scenes at the special effects and CG magic created for the series

Plus
We talk to director Michael Grossman about the many genre series he has worked on, including Smallville, Charmed, Star Trek: Enterprise and Buffy The Vampire Slayer
Fantastic Four Chris Evans, aka the Human Torch shares his enthusiasm for the project
Stealth Director Rob Cohen takes us behind the scenes on his high-flying action adventure thriller
Lost Harold Perrineau talks about life on a desert island, the challenges of being a single father in his starring role
The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy Zooey Deschanel on playing Trillian
Andromeda Gordon Michael Woolvett, alias wisecracking Shamus Zelazny Harper, details his experiences on the fifth season
V for Vendetta Exclusive! We speak to star Natalie Portman, producer Joel Silver and director James McTeigue

Plus…
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…
A look at new cinema releases, with The Devil’s Rejects, Fantastic Four, The Skeleton Key, Spirit Trap and War of the Worlds
With a special section of the latest and up-to-date TV Reviews, covering The 4400, Battlestar Galactica, Stargate Atlantis and Stargate SG-1
Trailer Park Who could be flippant about the trailer for Peter Jackson’s King Kong? It’s difficult, but somehow we manage it!

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Starburst #326, August 2005 Starburst #326, August 2005
(Reference #326)

In 100 pages, you will find…

Fantastic Four British actor Ioan Gruffudd discusses his lead role as Mr Fantastic
Doctor Who
We talk to two of the leading production lights…
• Writer and executive producer Russell T Davies looks to the future
• We catch up with popular director Joe Ahearne
Plus
• We report from the exhibition on Brighton Pier
Batman Begins We sit down with the major players of what’s shaping up to be the blockbuster of the year, including director Christopher Nolan, scriptwriter David S Goyer and stars Katie Holmes and Michael Caine
War of the Worlds Producers Kathleen Kennedy and Colin Wilson talk about the Spielberg/Cruise blockbuster
Star Wars More on the past and the future of the franchise from creator George Lucas
Tru Calling Eliza Dushku talks to us about her first lead role

Plus…
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…
A look at new cinema releases, with Batman Begins, Steamboy and Oldboy
With a special section of the latest and up-to-date TV Reviews covering Doctor Who, Lost, Hercules tv movie
Trailer Park We take a look at the trailer for The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, based on the beloved masterpiece by CS Lewis

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Starburst #325, July 2005 Starburst #325, July 2005
(Reference #325)

In 100 pages, find you will…

Doctor Who
We talk to some of the cast and crew involved in the second half of the production…
• Actor Bruno Langley talks about his role as Adam, taken on an adventure into the far Future with the Doctor and Rose…
John Barrowman reveals what it’s like to join the Doctor and Rose in their adventures in Time and Space as intergalactic con man Captain Jack Harkness
• The writer of Episode Eight, Paul Cornell , talks to us about the perils of meddling with Time
• The visual effects wizards at The Mill reveal more of their secrets…

Star Wars
George Lucas, responsible for bringing the saga to the big screen, talks about his epic vision and what the Future holds for the franchise
• The man who becomes Darth Vader, actor Hayden Christensen, reveals how Anakin Skywalker turns to the Dark Side

Star Trek: Enterprise Actor Conner Trinneer talks about life and death aboard the great starship and also shares his thoughts on the end of an era
Battlestar Galactica Kandyse McClure (Petty Officer Dualla) on doing battle with the dreaded Cylons who wiped out her family

Plus a look at new cinema releases House of Wax, Kung Fu Hustle, Sahara, Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith

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 section of the latest and up-to-date TV Reviews covering Andromeda, Doctor Who, Enterprise, Lost, Smallville
Trailer Park Our witty caption writer has a laugh at Serenity, based on Joss Whedon’s Firefly TV series

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Starburst #324, June 2005 Starburst #324, June 2005
(Reference #324)

120 pages

Star Wars
As Anakin Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi face off in their climactic struggle, we bring you ringside seats for one of Sci-Fi’s greatest grudge matches…, starting with
• An exciting three-page fold-out cover in association with Lucas Arts for the Revenge of the Sith video game
Revenge of the Sith’s stunt co-ordinator and sword master Nick Gillard
• The associate producer of the hotly anticipated Revenge of the Sith video game, Justin Lambros
• The original Boba Fett, Jeremy Bulloch, talks about the bounty hunter’s enduring appeal and his cameo on this last movie

Doctor Who
• Writers Robert Shearman (Dalek) and The League of Gentlemen’s Mark Gatiss (The Unquiet Dead)
• The visual effects geniuses at The Mill take us through how they managed to make 1000 individual effects shots for the new series

With…
Sin City Director Robert Rodriguez talks about his suitably gritty take on Frank Miller’s classic series of graphic novels
The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy Actor Warwick Davis, talks about how it feels to be inside a very depressed robot
Doom We visited Prague for a first look at this movie adaptation of the classic video game
Star Trek: Enterprise As fans refuse to let the show go gently into the night, executive producer Rick Berman gives us his take on the end of an era – and those fans!
The 4400 Scott Peters, writer and director of the cult US TV smash, spills the Season Two beans to us

Plus a look at new cinema releases The Amityville Horror, The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, The League of Gentlemen’s Apocalypse, Sin City

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, Captain Scarlet, Carnivàle, Doctor Who, Enterprise, Lost, The Quatermass Experiment, Smallville
Trailer Park Our witty caption writer has a laugh at Tim Burton’s Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

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Starburst #323, May 2005 Starburst #323, May 2005
(Reference #323)

In 132 out of this world pages we have…

Doctor Who
• The latest Doctor, Christopher Eccleston, speaks to us about eight months of filming, what the part meant to him, and the genius of writer Russell T Davies
• Former pop star Billie Piper tells us about filming the flagship series and the remodelling of the companion role for a new century, and looks to the future…
• Two of the serie’ most respected elder statesmen, Barry Letts and Terrance Dicks, give their exclusive views on the return of the hit series

The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy Executive producer Robbie Stamp talks about the development of the movie
Star Wars II – Attack of the Clones We conclude our journey through the production history of Star Wars
The Island We make an exclusive visit to the set to catch up with director Michael Bay
Battlestar Galactica 2005 Tahmoh Penikett talks about life as part of the revamped series' ensemble, and what Season Two might hold in store for his character, Lt Karl C Agathon
Star Trek: Enterprise Captain Jonathan Archer himself, Scott Bakula, talks about the ending of the series and looks back at its début year
Star Wars III – Revenge of the Sith We take a timely – and spoiler-laden! – peek at the dark tale of Anakin Skywalker’s descent into evil and emergence as Darth Vader

Plus a look at new cinema releases Alone in the Dark, Cursed, The Jacket, The Ring Two, Robots, Seed of Chucky, Strings

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, Captain Scarlet, Carnivàle, Doctor Who, Star Trek: Enterprise, Lost, Medium, Point Pleasant, Smallville, Stargate SG-1
Trailer Park Our witty caption writer has a laugh at The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy

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Starburst #322, April 2005 Starburst #322, April 2005
(Reference #322)

In a bulging 132 pages we have…

War of the Worlds We visit the set, meet Spielberg and Cruise, and discover… the aliens are already here…
Doctor Who We talk to Mark Cossey, the executive producer of the new Doctor Who Confidential series and find out what’s in store for the good Doctor…
Carnivàle Star Clancy Brown talks about his role as the enigmatic Brother Justin Crowe in the HBO drama, and explains that his character isn’t just a run-of the-mill black and white villain
Constantine We catch up with director Francis Lawrence and visual effects supervisor Michael Fink
Plus...
The Gala premiere took place in Hong Kong in February. In attendance was star Keanu Reeves, and we have some pictures for your perusal.
The Ring 2 We talk to director Hideo Nakata for the low-down on the scary sequel.
The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy After almost two decades of film limbo Douglas Adam’s quirky Sci-Fi comedy finally makes it to cinema screens… with a few familiar faces!
Smallville Actor John Glover talks about the recent transformation of Lionel Luthor from conniving and manipulative billionaire to mediator and father with a conscience
Star Trek: Enterprise Actor John Billingsley, who plays the Denobulan chief medical officer Dr Phlox, talks about life aboard the Enterprise, and his regret at the show’s passing.
Plus...
Bobbi Sue Luthor talks about her appearance as the Orion slave girl, who makes a welcome return to the Trek universe
Star Wars we continue our look back at the Sci-Fi saga with The Phantom Menace
Alone in the Dark Tara Reid, until now best known for the American Pie films, talks about her role as Aline Cedrac
New Captain Scarlet Director Dominic Lavery talks about the challenges of working with CGI, and reveals how the playing field and the tools of the trade have changed over the last decade.

With a look at new cinema releases Boogeyman, Constantine, Darkness, Son of the Mask

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, Captain Scarlet, Lost, Smallville, Star Trek: Enterprise, Stargate Atlantis, Stargate SG-1
Trailer Park Our witty caption writer has a laugh at Fantastic Four

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Starburst #321, March 2005 Starburst #321, March 2005
(Reference #321)

In an amazing 132 pages we have…

Constantine Keanu Reeves is back in this adaptation of Satanic comic book Hellblazer. We catches up with him, so-star Djimon Hounsou and producer Lauren Shuler Donner in an exclusive set visit.
Æon Flux Stars Charlize Théron and Marton Csokas talk about the stature surrounding the original cult MTV series, and performing in the new film
New Captain Scarlet Gerry Anderson has re-imaged his classic Sci-Fi puppet series with CGI for a new generation. Join us at the press conference…
Battlestar Galactica Former Apollo Richard Hatch returning as a new character, tells us about fans’ reactions and why he fell in love with the new vision of the series
Boogeyman We report from our set visit to this spooky movie where we talked with producer Rob Tapert
Point Pleasant We talk to star Elisabeth Harnois who, as the lovely Christina, finds herself washed up on a beach in this latest Supernatural drama series
Stars Wars VI We continue our look back at the Sci Fi saga with Return of the Jedi
Angel With the release of Season Five on DVD, how do stars David Boreanaz and James Marsters look back on the series?
Alien vs Predator And as this DVD is released, we take a look at the history of these two mighty contenders
Son of the Mask Star Jamie Kennedy on this belated follow-up to the hit comedy with Jim Carrey
Andromeda Star Lisa Ryder talks about the challenges of her role as Beka Valentine and tells us why she welcomes the change of scenery in Season 5
Stargate Atlantis Star David Hewlett pops up for some air to discuss his character, Dr Rodney McKay
Star Trek: Enterprise Gary Graham, the actor behind Vulcan Ambassader Soval, talks about the series and his stint on Voyager

With a look at new cinema releases Elektra, Hide and Seek, Ju-On 2: The Grudge, The Machinist, Casshern, The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou

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 The 4400, Andromeda, Battlestar Galactica, Captain Scarlet, Dead Like Me, Lost, Smallville, Star Trek: Enterprise, Stargate Atlantis, Stargate SG-1
Trailer Park Our witty caption writer has a laugh at Robots

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Starburst #320, February 2005 Starburst #320, February 2005
(Reference #320)

In 116 pages we have packed…

Battlestar Galactica Lt Kara ‘Starbuck’ Thrace, Katee Sackhoff tells us why she’s now happy to roll with the punches…
James Bond Having found his licence to kill had been revoked, Pierce Brosnan tells us where the franchise might be going wrong. He’s not bitter!
Star Trek: Enterprise Dominic Keating, aka Lt Malcolm Reed, is excited --– yet strangely uncomfortable – about the show’s future…
The Phantom of the Opera We unmask the cast and crew of the new movie.
Sneaking into a Cinema Near You... The Phantom of the Opera may very well be a musical movie, but it’s also a genre piece. We take a look at how the world of Fantasy, Sci-Fi and Horror became the mainstream without the public even noticing. It just sort of sneaked in, hence the title
History of Star Wars We continue our history with a look at the release of Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back
Code 46 Star Tim Robbins explains why this is a lot more than just a Sci-Fi movie
2046 We talk to director Won Kar-Wai
Doctor Who Our intrepid reporters visit the location of the new series
Legend of Earthsea We talk to the stars of this classic ‘coming of age’ story…

With a look at new cinema releases, with Blade: Trinity, The Phantom of the Opera, Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events

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, Battlestar Galactica, Dead Like Me, Legend of Earthsea, Lost, Smallville, Star Trek: Enterprise, Stargate Atlantis, The 4400
Trailer Park Our witty caption writer has a laugh at New Captain Scarlet

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Starburst #319, January 2005 Starburst #319, January 2005
(Reference #319)

In 116 pages we have packed…

Star Wars Anthony Daniels, the man behind the golden mask reflects upon his role as C-3P0 and talks to us about his part in Space: 1889
Plus...!
Our new six-part series brings you the history of the greatest Sci-Fi saga of them all. We kick off with Episode IV: A New Hope
Firefly Serenity We visit the set of Joss Whedon’s new Sci-Fi flick and chat to the cast and crew
Hellboy We investigate the genesis of aquatic companion Abe Sapien
Lost Actors Jorge Garcia and Terry O’Quinn send us some smoke signals to shed light on what life is really like behind the scenes on this new series
The Polar Express Director Robert Zemeckis reveals some of the magical secrets behind the making of this CGI-festive treat.
Seed of Chucky We hear from Francesca Buller, the lady behind the mask of the sinister Scarran war minister, Ahkna
Buck Rogers Series creator Glen A Larson about the making of the Seventies show as Mr Rogers makes his way to DVD for the first time
The X-Files Series creator Chris Carter talks to us about the future and the challenges of bringing the series to our screens
I, Robot Star Will Smith talks to us about maths, science and the technological advances of the modern age
Anonymous Rex Author Eric Garcia talks to us about the successful series of novels and how they have made the Jurassic leap from the printed page to a TV movie

With a look at new cinema releases, with Team America, The Polar Express, Creep, Undead

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 Star Trek: Enterprise, Smallville, Stargate Atlantis, Dead Like Me, Andromeda, Battlestar Galactica, Hex, Lost, Century City
Trailer Park Our witty caption writer has a laugh with Chrome

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