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VI DIRECT Catalog : Xposé : Xposé 2002

Xposé #74, December 2002 Xposé #74, December 2002
(Reference #X74)
Features
Buffy The Vampire Slayer: Vengeance demon Anya won’t be back if there is an eighth year. Actress Emma Caulfield tell us why…
Die Another Day: Pierce Brosnan on Bond old and new.
Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets: Director Chris Columbus, and the rumors of an eighth book .
The Ring: Stars Naomi Watts and Martin Henderson discuss their roles in the chilling remake of the Japanese Horror hit.
Taken: Cast and crew of Steven Spielberg’s new alien abduction mini-series.
Angel: Producer David Simkins took charge of the fourth season, but he left before his first episode even reached the screen. What his comments at the time reveal about things to come…
Plus
The Lord of the Rings : Star Elijah Wood explains why he’s excited as any fan at seeing he latest stage of Frodo’s journey, The Two Towers, on the big screen.
10 Things You Never Knew About… The first Bond girl with an Oscar on her bookshelf, Halle Berry.
Essentials Bond, James Bond: Pay attention! We’ve a non-stop barrage of essential info about every version of the Bond legend: books, movies, spoofs and down-right silliness!
Reviews: The new TV season is here! We’ve the first vedicts on the new runs of Buffy The Vampire Slayer, Charmed and Smallville, not to mention new shows Haunted and The Twilight Zone.
Meanwhile, on the big screen The Ring is putting people off renting video tapes…
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Xposé #73, November 2002 Xposé #73, November 2002
(Reference #X73)
Features
Smallville: Stars Lichael Rosenbaum and Sam Jones III.
Angel: Gunn’s been left to hold the fort, so how’s he coping with taking charge? Actor J August Richards talks about love, tolerance and responsibility.
Red Dragon: Stars Anthony Hopkins and Ralph Fiennes talk about the latest version of Thomas Harris’ chilling tale.
Mutant X : Brennan Mulwray is going to be taking more of a leading role, and he’s also sporting a new casual look, as actor Victor Webster explains.
Plus
Tuck Everlasting: Gilmore Girls star Alexis Bedell discusses her first big screen starring role and explains why she wouldn’t want to spend eternity as a teenager.
Ghost Ship: Prepare for a chill aboard the latest production from Dark Castle films, starring Julianna Margulies.
Stargate SG-1: New creative genius Damian Kindler talks about his scripts for the final season, and why he’s not worried about joining the show so late….
Essentials Birds of Prey: Everything you need to know about Gotham City and the history of the comics on which this top new show is based.
10 Things You never Knew About… The new host of The Twilight Zone, Forest Whitaker.
Reviews: On the big screen, Red Dragon and Tuck Everlasting, and at home, Jeremiah, The Dead Zone and our last look at Roswell.
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Xposé #72, October 2002 Xposé #72, October 2002
(Reference #X72)
Features
Stargate SG-1: A double bill of Majors! Amanda Tapping on how she feels about Samantha Carter taking temporary charge of the team, and cult guest star Colin Cunningham explains how delighted he is that Major Davis has stayed around so long.
Angel: Stephanie Romanov reveals her speculations about the true motives of Wolfram & Hart lawyer Lilah Morgan, and drops some hints about Season Four.
Jeremiah: Luke Perry looks back over the first season of the post-apocalyptic drama, including a reunion with Beverly Hills 90210 co-star Jason Priestley, and recalls his experience in Buffy, the original movie.
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Haunted: Former Party of Five heartthrob Matthew Fox explains why he’s get dark and frightening as a detective working with the dead.
Witchblade: Anthony Cistaro delves into the dark soul of villain Kenneth Irons to reveal the truth about his desire for the Witchblade
Charmed: Director Chris Long recalls helming the adventures of the Halliwell sisters, and looks back on his work on Smallville, Dark Angel and Lois & Clark.
Freddy vs Jason: As shooting begins on the ultimate Celebrity Deathmatch, the man under Freddy Kreuger’s burns, Robert Englund, drops a few hints about the frights in store.
10 Things You never Knew About… Dina Meyer, who starts out as Batgirl but ends up as The Oracle in new Batman spin-off Birds of Prey.
Reviews: Signs, Spy Kids 2 and The Adventures of Pluto Nash hit the big screen, plus a look ahead to indie Horror tale My Little Eye. On the small screen, Mutant X reaches season’s end, The Dead Zone continues, and Daniel Jackson returns to Stargate SG-1.
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Xposé #71, September 2002 Xposé #71, September 2002
(Reference #X71)
Features
The Dead Zone :From Deep Space Nine to The Dead Zone… Nicole de Boer talks about her role as Sarah Bannerman, and the series’ producer Shawn Piller reveals the secrets of this hit Stephen King’s concept.
Signs: Mel Gibson tells us how the Signs in his cornfields warn of Mankind's terrible fate, and cult director M Night Shyamalan reveals the inspiration for his movie.
Austin Powers in Goldmember: We track down Verne Troyer, Seth Green and Beyonce Knowles to discuss their roles as Mini-Me, Scott Evil and Austin’s new squeeze, Foxxy Cleopatra.
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Witchblade: As the NYPD’s finest relive an entire year thanks to the powers of the Witchblade, David Chokachi reveals whether his character’s secret will be exposed sooner this time.
The Lost World: Jennifer O’Dell swings in for a chat about life as loincloth-clad Veronica. Plus, the winner of our Lost World competition is revealed!
10 Things You never Knew About… Peter Weller. He used to be RoboCop, but now he has to save the world as Odyssey 5’s Chuck Taggart.
Reviews: More summer movies, including Austin Powers in Goldmember, Reign of Fire and Stuart Little 2. Shed a tear for the final episodes of Special Unit 2, Earth: Final Conflict and The Invisible Man. Plus… Mutant X, Charmed and Smallville.
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Xposé #70, August 2002 Xposé #70, August 2002
(Reference #X70)
Features
Eight Legged Freaks: Kari Wuhrer and David Arquette get squashing in this hilarious B-movie pastiche, with producer Dean Devlin
Minority Report : Tom Cruise and Steven Spielberg explain why they had to come together to bring to the screen Philip K Dick’s vision.
Reign of Fire: Izabella Scorupco’s turns her hand to battling dragons in the latest movie from X-Files director Rob Bowman.
Halloween: Resurrection: Michael Myers is back. The film’s writer and director explain why...
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The Dead Zone: Chris Bruno on his character in the top-rated show, Sheriff Walt Bannerman.
The Lost World: Peter McCauley explains how Professor Challenger’s three year stay on the Plateau has made him a better man.
10 Things You never Knew About… Nicole deBoer, the former star of Deep Space Nine who’s now playing The Dead Zone’s Sarah Bannerman
Reviews: Season finales
Xposé Investigates: Gen up on the Crop Circle phenomenon as M Nigh Shyamalan explores the subject in his new movie Signs.
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Xposé #69, July 2002 Xposé #69, July 2002
(Reference #X69)
Scooby-Doo – Sarah Michelle Gellar and fiancé Freddie Prinze jr on power cuts, leg waxing, and the delights of kissing co-stars in a cult cartoon turned #1 movie. Men In Black II – Director Barry Sonnenfeld on making a sequel he thought would never happen. Plus, Charmed’s demonic Balthazar, Michael Bailey Smith on his role as Creepy. Smallville – on-set with Tom Welling, Sam Jones III and Allison Mack for Season 1’s cliffhanging finale Tempest. Odyssey 5 – Ex-Robocop Peter Weller on leading a team of astronauts with 5 years to avert Armageddon. The Dead Zone – Stephen King’s best-seller is the basis for a new series: star Anthony Michael Hall explains his clairvoyancy. Witchblade – on-set for Season 2, star Yancy Butler on how Sara Pezzini’s rediscovering the powers of the mystical gauntlet. Plus: The Lost World – David Orth on 3 years as journalist and reluctant hero Ned Malone; 10 Things About… sharp-suited Man in Black, Will Smith; Coming Attractions on Eight-Legged Freaks and Goldmember.
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Xposé #68, June 2002 Xposé #68, June 2002
(Reference #X68)
Spider-Man – Kirsten Dunst on being caught in a love-web, plus her paramours Tobey Maguire and James Franco. Roswell – As the teen Sci-Fi saga concludes, we catch up with Adam Rodriguez, alias Isabel’s husband Jesse. Sabrina the Teenage Witch – Melissa Joan Hart on enjoying seeing Sabrina grow... The Lost World – our cast interviews continue with scheming Marguerite, aka Rachel Blakely. Dinotopia – Visit the ideal world of ABC’s mini-series where humans and reptiles live in peace, with star Wentworth Miller. Plus: Dark Angel’s Ashley Scott on helping Eyes Only’s battle and her up-coming role as Batman’s daughter in Birds of Prey; Earth: Final Conflict’s Melinda Deines previews the final battle; Angel’s Mark Lutz on what the Groosalugg thinks about Cordelia and the real world. 10 Things About... Our cover girl, Spider-Man’s Kirsten Dunst. Coming Attractions on Scooby-Doo and Minority Report.
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Xposé #67, May 2002 Xposé #67, May 2002
(Reference #X67)
The X-Files – Agents Doggett and Reyes (alias Robert Patrick and Annabeth Gish) both talk about closure as the series' end looms. The Lost World – Will Snow, alias dashing Lord Roxton, kicks off a series of interviews with the prehistoric hit's cast. Buffy The Vampire Slayer – two-thirds of the villainous Troika cornered: meet Adam Busch & Tom Lenk, alias Warren & Andrew. Living with the Dead – Producer Stan Brooks on truth behind fiction in CBS’s miniseries where Ted Danson interviews murder victims! Stargate SG-1 – New recruit Corin Nemec's first interview on facing the challenge of filling Michael Shanks' shoes. Plus Mutant X’s Victor Webster on not wanting to be a sexy superhero, everything you need to know about Star Wars II: Attack of the Clones. 10 Things About… Jennifer O’Dell, The Lost World’s curvy savage Veronica. Reviews cover 4 movies and 18 TV episodes, there's news of Michael Shanks, Wolf Lake and 2002's pilots, plus Coming Attractions on The Scorpion King and Spider-Man.
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Xposé #66, April 2002 Xposé #66, April 2002
(Reference #X66)
Stargate SG-1 – outspoken Michael Shanks reveals why he had to leave the show, plus: who could replace Dr Jackson? Our semi-serious look at the candidates… The Invisible Man – star Vincent Ventresca on cancellation, and ups and downs of 2 years onscreen. Jeremiah – J Michael Straczynski's new post-apocalyptic series stars Luke Perry: B5's creator tells us why it’s all about hope. Queen of the Damned – Director Michael Rymer & producer Jorge Saralegui on completing a Vampire Lestat sequel despite the tragic loss of lead Aaliyah. Resident Evil – Director Paul Anderson spent 3 months with the game, and knew he had to make the film – with every drop of gore intact… Plus: Spider-Man: the Essentials, 10 Things About… Michael Rosenbaum, Smallville's young Lex Luthor, and Coming Attractions previews Jonathan Frakes's time fantasy Clockstoppers and Resident Evil.
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Xposé #65, March 2002 Xposé #65, March 2002
(Reference #X65)
Angel – Alexis Denisof on Wesley’s rise to the head of Angel Investigations – and ahead to running a crèche? Stargate SG-1 – As America awaits Season 5’s ending, Tony Amendola reveals what’s in store for Jaffar master Bra’tac. Buffy The Vampire Slayer – Think dating’s difficult? Imagine it in Sunnydale! Read our Agony column letters from the Scooby gang and Angel’s team… The Mothman Prophecies – Richard Gere investigates impending disaster, and talks about the supernatural, fatherhood, and… singing? Mutant X – why Victoria Pratt was ready to turn down the role of Shalimar Fox. Blade 2 – Wesley Snipes’ vampire hunter returns; director Guillermo del Toro on boosting the bloodshed. Beastmaster – Marc Singer returns 20 years on to guide his successor – on both sides of the camera. 10 Things About… Dark Angel Jessica Alba. Reviews – The Mothman Prophecies, new Pretender and Babylon 5 TV movies, plus episodes of Dark Angel, Special Unit 2, Smallville and The Invisible Man.
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Xposé #64, February 2002 Xposé #64, February 2002
(Reference #X64)
Mutant X – teamsters Lauren Lee Smith and Forbes March on why lycra is out and ass-kicking is in for heroes. Plus 10 Things About… The head of the Mutant X team, John Shea. Buffy The Vampire Slayer – After years as hapless student Jonathan, Danny Strong says why his alter-ego’s now a supervillain. Earth: Final Conflict – Humanity’s fate rests in the hands of Renee Palmer, as Jayne Heitmeyer explains. The Tick – star Patrick Warburton on his comic-derived role as a hapless superhero. The Lord of the Rings – Sean Bean on why his Fellowship character Boromir couldn't resist temptation. Plus: Dark Angel's JC Mackenzie on the background of Max’s boss – the ironically named Normal. Xpose Investigates… The Mothman Prophecies – the chilling truth behind Richard Gere’s movie. Did a man from space foretell disaster? Reviews: The Lord of the Rings, plus the latest episodes of Buffy, Roswell, and Earth: Final Conflict, and season premieres of The X-Files, Dark Angel and The Tick. Coming Attractions – Take a trip into the future aboard The Time Machine.
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Xposé #63, January 2002 Xposé #63, January 2002
(Reference #X63)
The X-Files – Gillian Anderson on why she's leaving, missing David Duchovny, and how the new team are settling in. The Pretender – Jamie Denton (aka resident psychopath Mr Lyle) on new TV movie Island of the Haunted. Angel – Julie Benz on how a one-off role as 'Vampire Girl' became Angel's pivotal lover/nemesis Darla. Lord of the Rings – Saruman, Gimli and Gandalf (alias Christopher Lee, John Rhys Davies and Ian McKellen) on their epic roles. Brotherhood of the Wolf – director Christophe Gans and star Mark Dacascos on the fantastically ambitious French peiod chiller. Andromeda – concluding our exclusive chat from #61 with leading man Kevin Sorbo. From Hell – co-directors Allan and Albert Hughes on making a ghetto tale in Jack the Ripper's London. Plus Xposé Investigates… Santa Claus, and 10 Things… About Charmed's new sister Rose McGowan.
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