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VI DIRECT Catalog : The Works : The Works 2007

The Works #A18, September/October 2007 The Works #A18, September/October 2007
(Reference #A18)

116 packed pages

Heroes Star Ali Larter on playing Niki and her devilish alter ego Jessica, as well as her role in Resident Evil: Extinction
The Works Goes to Hollywood Our day-by-day account of the networks' three-week press tour for the tv shows coming our way
The Golden Compass A picture preview and we hear from star Daniel Craig and director Chris Weitz
Mitchell & Webb The top British comedy act tell us about their projects
Dexter We meet up with star Michael C Hall in Los Angeles
Atonement Director Joe Wright tells us about working with Keira Knightley again
Brothers & SistersWe get a briefing from the star about his role as a brilliant politician
Kennedy We get together with the rising star of dirty disco
Rome We chat to Kevin McKidd, akas Lucius Vorenus, and now making a new Sci-Fi series as the time-travelling Journeyman
Stuart: A Life Backwards We meet the lead actors
Amanda Peet The star of Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip reveals how her real-life pregnancy was incorporated into the show’s storylines
Ruth Jones The red hot British comedy star tells us about her outlandish screen characters
Ken Kalfus The American author on his unusual exploration of the realities of life post-9/11 in A Disorder Peculiar to the Country

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The Works Book Group We discuss Apples by Richard Milward
Lost in… Our regular columnist goes to see the latest Harry Potter movie, and he’s not entirely happy…
Opinion Piece It’s nothing new for studios to mess with a director’s vision of a movie, and we look at some significant examples over the years…
Then and Now Through the years… the music career of Natalie Imbruglia

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Reviews TV, movies, DVDs, computer games, music and books
20 Things To Do This Month Our essential guide to the entertainment you should not miss over the coming weeks

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The Works #A17, July/August 2007 The Works #A17, July/August 2007
(Reference #A17)

116 packed pages

Summer Sizzlers We present this summer’s entertainment must-haves…
Cape Wrath Set visit! We tracked down star David Morrissey and the rest of the cast to find out what is really going on in Channel 4’s new psychological thriller
Harry Potter We take a close look at the phenomenal impact J K Rowling has made on popular culture…
Brothers & Sisters We meet stars Calista Flockhart, Sally Field and Rachel Griffiths as well as the creators of the hit US family drama
Bruce Willis The action pin-up discusses returning to the iconic role of Die Hard’s John McClane
Dirt Star and producer Courteney Cox reveals what it was like getting into the mindset of a scandal-hungry tabloid editor for her new show
US New TV Season What’s hot and what’s not in the upcoming batch of new shows due to air Stateside
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James Woods The film star on why it was the offer of the leading role in Shark that changed his mind about never acting in TV…
Bill Paxton The actor argues why Mormon family drama Big Love is anything but controversial TV…
Ken Kalfus The American author on his unusual exploration of the realities of life post-9/11 in A Disorder Peculiar to the Country

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The Works Book Group We discuss Don DeLillo’s Falling Man
Lost in… Our columnist asks if The Manic Street Preachers can really be considered the greatest musical export from Wales
Opinion Piece With Die Hard 4.0, Rocky Balboa and the upcoming Indiana Jones, The Works ponders the current trend in Hollywood with returning to old movie franchises
Then and Now Through the years… Crowded House

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Reviews TV, movies, DVDs, computer games, music and books
20 Things To Do This Month Our essential guide to the entertainment you should not miss over the coming weeks

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The Works #A16, June 2007 The Works #A16, June 2007
(Reference #A16)

132 packed pages

Transformers Exclusive! Actor Peter Cullen describes what it was like voicing Optimus Prime again and star Tyrese Gibson tells us why this is going to be the ultimate summer blockbuster.
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The producer of the game tie-in grants us a behind-the-scenes look at bringing the Transformers to life.
Studio 60 The West Wing creator Aaron Sorkin discusses leaving the White House behind to tackle the politics of television networking
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Stars Matthew Perry, Amanda Peet and Bradley Whitford
Shrek the Third We meet the famous voices behind the animation
Chris Cornell Exclusive! We meet the talent behind this year’s blistering Bond theme tune and finds out why the former Audioslave frontman decided to go solo again
Matt Damon The Hollywood star on working with Martin Scorsese and Robert De Niro and his plans to re-team with Ben Affleck
The Time of Your Life We meet the cast of ITV’s dazzling new relationship drama
Lionel Shriver Exclusive! The author of the best-seller We Need To Talk About Kevin reflects on the rise in US school shootings and discusses her latest novel The Post-Birthday World
CSI A look at the original forensic drama that has gone on to produce one of TV’s biggest franchises
Downloading We reveal the recent developments that are altering the face of home entertainment.
Hannibal Rising Newcomer Gaspard Ulliel on stepping into Anthony Hopkins’s shoes as cinema’s infamous cannibal
Heroes Star Adrian Pasdar on taking the plunge in the US’s popular superhero show
Owen Sheers The first-time novelist discusses his alternate vision of WWII in his book Resistance

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Inner Workings A closer look at Jekyll from behind the scenes
The Works Book Group We discuss Lori Lansen’s The Girls
Lost in… Our columnist considers whether the recent Spider-Man 3 was over-hyped
Opinion Piece With the release of superhero sequel Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer, Jason Caro ponders why often the films critics hate go on to become box office hits
Then and Now Through the years… Big Brother

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Reviews TV, movies, DVDs, computer games, music and books
20 Things To Do This Month Our essential guide to the entertainment you should not miss over the coming weeks

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The Works #A15, May 2007 The Works #A15, May 2007
(Reference #A15)

132 packed pages

Pirates of the Caribbean 3: At World’s End Stars Johnny Depp, Keira Knightley and Orlando Bloom tell us how their phenomenal franchise has reinvented the pirate genre
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Director Gore Verbinski and producer Jerry Bruckheimer
Spider-Man 3 Stars Tobey Maguire and Thomas Haden Church reveal why this is their personal favourite
The Simpsons We meet with creator and animation genius Matt Groening, whoalso spills the beans on the Simpsons’ first cinematic outing…
Maxïmo Park Exclusive! Drummer Duncan Lloyd discusses the group's big break and tackling that difficult second album, 'Our Earthly Pleasures'
Guilty Entertainment Pleasures Exclusive! Ever wondered what tv shows and movies Hollywood stars are secretly addicted to? We corner them to find out…
Holby Blue On-set! The stars they tell us why viewers will be more than surprised by this eight-part drama
Iain Banks Exclusive! The legendary Scottish writer discusses his prolific writing career
Joss Stone We join the Brit soul singer to chat about her new album
HustleHustle We meet the screen tricksters who reveal what to expect from their fantastic fourth series
Rachel Weisz The Oscar-winning actress discusses starring in the complex fantasy The Fountain, directed by hubby Darren Aronofsky
John Barrowman The actor discusses what it’s like to enter Series Three of Doctor Who as the only original cast member, and why he loves being a gay icon
Joe Hill The Horror writer discusses his début novel Heart-Shaped Box

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Inner Workings A closer look at Battlestar Galactica from behind the scenes
The Works Book Group We analyse Peter James’s Looking Good Dead
Lost in… Our columnist reflects on why he’ll always plump for escapist drama over TV gameshows
Opinion Piece With the release of zombie Horror 28 Weeks Later, Jason Caro ponders why film audiences love an unhappy ending
Then and Now Through the years… Erasure

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Reviews TV, movies, DVDs, computer games, music and books
20 Things To Do This Month Our essential guide to the entertainment you should not miss over the coming weeks

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The Works #A14, April 2007 The Works #A14, April 2007
(Reference #A14)

132 packed pages
With special wraparound Collector's Cover!


Heroes Exclusive! We join the show’s creator Tim Kring and the cast to explore the show
Jane Austen Season Exclusive! We meet the stars of ITV’s upcoming Jane Austen season, Billie Piper, Rupert Penry-Jones, JJ Feild and Julia Davis
Mr Hudson & The Library Exclusive! Singer/writer Ben Hudson talks to us about the group’s fantastic début album A Tale of Two Cities
Irvine Welsh Exclusive! The Scottish writer on his varied career to date and the début book that launched him, Trainspotting, as well as his first foray into TV comedy with the blackly comic Channel 4 film Wedding Belles
The Oscars 2007 Exclusive! We go behind the scenes of Tinseltown’s biggest awards ceremony to get the scoop on all the red carpet gossip
S.T.A.L.K.E.R. We jetted off to Chernobyl to battle with a gang of irradiated mutants in preparation for new computer game S.T.A.L.K.E.R: Shadow of Chernobyl
300 The director and cast talk to us about their big-budget CGI adaptation of the Frank Miller graphic novel
Doctor Who (2000s) Exclusive! We go behind the scenes of series three to meet the new woman in the Doctor’s life, as well as chatting with the stars, producers and writers
David Jason We cosy up with the TV legend to discuss his new series Diamond Geezer
Tracy Chevalier Exclusive! The Girl With a Pearl Earring author reveals why travelling back in Time is the only way she knows how to write
The Painted Veil Exclusive! Director John Curran discusses how a big budget shoot in China changed his view of film-making

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Inner Workings We take a closer look at tv series Rome from behind the scenes
The Works Book Group We devour Thomas Harris’s Hannibal Rising
Lost in… Our regular columnist reflects on teenagers on tv in E4’s new drama Skins
Then and Now Through the years… Simply Red

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Reviews TV, movies, DVDs, computer games, music and books
20 Things To Do This Issue Our essential guide to the entertainment you should not miss over the coming weeks

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The Works #A13, March 2007 The Works #A13, March 2007
(Reference #A13)

132 packed pages

Hot Fuzz Exclusive! Man of the moment Simon Pegg talks to The Works about why he wanted to turn the action genre on its head in the highly-anticipated comedy spoof,
Top 10s British Comedy Stars We take a look at the current movers and shakers on the comedy scene
Life on Mars Exclusive! Star John Simm promises all will be revealed in the second series of the ’70s time-travelling cop show
For Your Consideration Director Christopher Guest and the film’s stars tell us why Hollywood was the ideal target for their unrestrained satire. And star Ricky Gervais talks about his own brand of uncomfortable comedy
Party Animals Exclusive! A series you have to watch – we decided to get the lowdown from the stars themselves
Golden Globe Awards We reveal everything you need to know about this year’s glitzy awards ceremony.
Brit’s New Pop Wave We look at why the biggest names in Britpop all seem to be looking back to the ’90s for their musical inspiration
Final Fantasy Exclusive! We speak to the creative forces behind the latest instalment in what has become one of the biggest gaming franchises
Ugly Betty Star America Ferrera and producer Salma Hayek discuss how a Colombian telenovela became a hit US comedy
New Street Law Exclusive On-Set! We meet John Hannah to find out why the actor would rather be donning a wig and gowns than acting in Hollywood
Lewis Actor Kevin Whately on what it was like returning to Morse without John Thaw as the lead in his own TV spin-off
Salley Vickers Exclusive! The author on her latest novel, The Other Side of You
Rough Diamond Star Conor Mullen reveals all about the new BBC Sunday night family drama
Calling the Shots Opinion piece: We look at why so many actors are now trying their hand at directing

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The Works Book Group We dissect Kate Grenville’s Booker-nominated The Secret River
Lost in… Our regular columnist reflects on whether Morrissey has what it takes to represent England at the Eurovision
Then and Now Through the years… Hannibal Lecter
Golden Years What you were watching, reading and listening to in 1992

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Reviews TV, movies, DVDs, computer games, music and books
20 Things To Do This Issue Our essential guide to the entertainment you should not miss over the coming weeks

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The Works #A12, January 2007 The Works #A12, January 2007
(Reference #A12)

132 packed pages

50 Things to Look Forward to in 2007 Our sneak look at what will be hitting our cinema screens, TVs, iPods, bookshelves and consoles in just a matter of months. From the hotly anticipated Spider-Man 3, to the upcoming Indiana Jones computer game, we’ve got news on the 2007 must-haves
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The stars have their say too in our exclusive mini-interviews.
Top 10s of 2006 The best in film, music, TV, books and games
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We chat to Brit group The Feeling about their phenomenal music début.
Shameless On-set exclusive! We discover what lies ahead for the Gallagher family, especially with the arrival of a new 'from hell' family…
Sugababes Exclusive! We meet with the ever-changing, ever-popular girl band
Christian Slater Exclusive! The irrepressible actor on starring in the star-studded film Bobby
This Life we anticipate the upcoming one-off special that will reunite the cast after 10 years.
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We chat with star Amita Dhiri to ask what’s changed over the last decade
Billie Piper The ubiquitous actress speaks about leaving Doctor Who, and her upcoming role in the period adaptation The Ruby in the Smoke. And don’t forget to take a look at our exciting picture preview!
Tittybangbang Exclusive! Comic actress Lucy Montgomery introduces us to some of her eccentric alter egos that can be seen on the all-female sketch show
Kathryn Harrison Exclusive! The esteemed US author tells us why tackling taboos is what she does best in her writing

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The Works Book Group This issue we discuss John Irving’s Until I Find You
Lost in… Our regular columnist ponders the merits of such diverse music acts as Oasis and Jarvis Cocker
Then and Now Through the years… Doctor Who
Inner Workings We take a closer look at how one man’s true story inspired a big-name film in The Pursuit of Happyness, and Will Smith reveals what it was really like co-starring alongside his eight-year-old son!

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Reviews TV, movies, DVDs, computer games, music and books
20 Things To Do This Month Our essential guide to the entertainment you should not miss over the coming weeks

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