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VI DIRECT Catalog : Xposé : Xposé 2003

Xposé #82, December/January 2003 Xposé #82, December/January 2003
(Reference #X82)

Features
The Lord of the Rings
The King has returned, and conquered at the box office. We mark the release of the most eagerly awaited movie of all-time with 16-pages of exclusive coverage

• The accidental king, Viggo Mortensen reveals how he’s grown over the three years he’s spent playing the role, and explains why he’s not going to rein in his own opinions because of criticism.
• The actor who’s likely to win an Oscar without even showing his face, Andy Serkis, reflects on portraying Gollum’s divided personality.
• From print to screen – our ongoing history of the saga comes up to date as we chronicle the crucial coincidences that allowed Peter Jackson to bring the dream to life
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Charmed New Whitelighter Chris is keeping us guessing, as he schemes behind the backs of the Charmed Ones. So is this representative of future magic good or bad? Actor Drew Fuller drops a few hints…
Tru Calling Lindsay’s the sort of girl who just wants to have fun – and help her friend Tru cope with the stress of talking to dead people. Final Destination 2 star AJ Cook reflects on her latest encounter with the forces of Death.
The Ancestors of Harry Potter There hasn’t been a new Potter book for six months, and it’s a year since the last film. So we’ve been killing time by taking a look at the wizard’s literary forebears...
10 Things You Never Knew About… Orlando Bloom, Elven archer and pirate-hunter.

Reviews At the cinema, The Matrix Revolutions, Elf and The Haunted Mansion. On the small screen, there’s a new season of Jeremiah, new shows including Joan of Arcadia and Carnivàle, and the latest episodes of Angel, Alias and Charmed.
Coming Attractions Ben Affleck looks forward to a big Paycheck, and Peter Pan is flying in to vanquish Hook (the captain, not the film).
In the News Christopher Lee gets left on the cutting room floor, the Charmed Ones sign up for seven, and the Hitch Hikers Guide returns.

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Xposé #81, October/ November 2003 Xposé #81, October/ November 2003
(Reference #X81)

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Angel She’s undead, and having the time of her life! Seven years after Mercedes McNab had a minor role in the Buffy pilot, she’s become a fixture on Angel as Harmony becomes the essential secretary to the vampire with a soul. The actress reflects on how death was the best thing ever to happen to the character, allowing her to come out of Cordelia’s shade and strike out on her own… and vamp it up in a smouldering photoshoot!
Joan of Arcadia Mary Steenbergen moves from cinema hit Elf to small screen success Joan of Arcadia, and reveals how she’s developed a talent for motherhood, and discovering her ability to believe.
Charmed Director James Conway looks back on his latest work on the show, from putting Cole to rest in the series’s 100th episode, to helming the girls’ trip to Valhalla in the spectacular sixth season opener.
Timeline Actor Gerard Butler leaves Lara Croft behind as he moves from Tomb Raiding to Time Travelling, and discovers how playing around with swords is no substitute for actually fighting for your life.
The Lord of the Rings Our look back at the history of the saga’s long journey to the big screen takes in the Sixties and Seventies… a time of Beatles, half-completed cartoons, and radio success.
And... Harry Potter: From A to Z

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10 Things You Never Knew About… Christopher Gorham, the star of Odyssey 5 who’s just been upgraded to Jake 2.0.
Reviews It’s new season time, and we’ve got the first reviews of the season openers for Angel, Charmed and Alias. Plus The Dead Zone reaches the end of its extended second season…

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Xposé #80, August/ Sept 2003 Xposé #80, August/ Sept 2003
(Reference #X80)

Features
An extended Coming Attractions takes a look at the look of the new Harry Potter movie The Prisoner of Azkaban, assessing how things have changed as new director Alfonso Cuaron takes charge of the franchise, and the kids start to grow up. How will Gary Oldman bring the pivotal role of Sirius Black, the Prisoner of Azkaban, to life? Join us to find out.
The Lord of the Rings Can’t wait for The Return of the King? Well readers had to, 50 years ago. We chart the saga’s long journey from manuscript to the big screen in the first instalment of a new series…
Charmed Get a sneak preview of the new season as executive producer Brad Kern looks back on the highs and lows of Season Five, including Cole’s demise, and answers that crucial question: is Leo gone for good?
Buffy and Angel Writer/director David Fury reveals why he reckons Buffy The Vampire Slayer is really a comedy, and explains how he spent the year flitting between Sunnydale and LA…
The Dead Zone As the extended second season draws to a close, producer Lloyd Segan explains why the show had to hit a standing start to get back into production, and looks ahead to next year’s Season Three.

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10 Things You Never Knew About… Angelina Jolie, the woman whose astonishing private life makes the adventures of Lara Croft seem everyday…
Reviews It’s a dash to season’s end for Buffy and Angel, while The Twilight Zone disappears into another dimension for now. Plus, Charmed and The Dead Zone, while the big screen is invaded by The Pirates of the Caribbean, The League of Extraordinary Gentleman and Terminator 3: The Rise of the Machines.

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Xposé #79, May/June/July 2003 Xposé #79, May/June/July 2003
(Reference #X79)

Xposé returns with a new format and extra pages, to chronicle the latest in the worlds of Magic, Mystery and the Unknown…

Features
Charmed: Whitelighter Leo’s future hangs in the balance after Season Five’s conclusion, but behind the scenes actor Brian Krause is making his special contribution to the show – as a writer. He tells us about his five years as Piper’s resurrected love, and about making his writing début for the show.
The Dead Zone: Villain or ally? David Ogden Stiers simply isn’t sure about the motivations of the slippery Reverend Purdy – and that’s the way he likes it, as it keeps the audience guessing too…
Harry Potter and the Great Book Robbery: Discover how attempts to keep the latest Harry Potter book, The Order of Phoenix, under wraps until its official release on the stroke of midnight on June 21st almost failed… as two copies of the book were found in a Suffolk field…
Alias: Co-star Carl Lumbly tries to work out where Marcus Dixon’s loyalties lie now he knows who he’s really been working for all these years.
The Return of the King: What surprises might be in store in the third movie? We assess the oddments the members of the cast have let slip and discover it won’t all be as it is in the book…
X-Men 2: Shawn Ashmore takes a look at his role as new recruit Iceman, and young mutant love with Rogue... He can look, but he can’t touch…

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10 Things You Never Knew About… Eliza Dushku, Buffy’s second Slayer Faith who’s about to become the star of the Fall’s new series Tru Calling.
Reviews: A bumper dose of reviews, including big screen hits X-Men 2 and Matrix Reloaded, and all the top TV shows, from Buffy and Angel to Charmed and The Dead Zone.

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Xposé #78, April 2003 Xposé #78, April 2003
(Reference #X78)

Features
Harry Potter: As The Chamber of Secrets comes to DVD and the long-awaited publication of fifth novel The Order of the Phoenix draws near, we draw aside the veil of secrecy over third film The Prisoner of Azkaban. Plus, with comments from the cast and crew we look back on the growth of Harry’s fame, and ahead to adventures still to come…
The Lord of the Rings & Angel: As Sam Gamgee, Sean Astin has followed his master to Mordor, as a director, he’s kept the vampire-formerly-with-a-soul Angelus in a cage, and now he’s about to become an envoy from a higher power, the mysterious Mr Smith, in the second season of Jeremiah.
The Dead Zone: Sean Patrick Flanery reflects on the self-justifying motivations of his alter-ego, corrupt politician Greg Stillson, and wonders whether he’ll ever get his finger on the nuclear trigger…
Jeremiah: Actress Ingrid Kavelaars discusses how even after the collapse of civilization, it’s still a man’s world, and a woman to fight to rise to the top…
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Coming Attractions X-Men 2 and The Matrix Reloaded.
10 Things You Never Knew About… Alexis Denisof, the newly-betrothed star of Angel and Buffy The Vampire Slayer.
Reviews: Daredevil takes the risk of a review, and we catch up with the latest instalments of Buffy The Vampire Slayer, Angel, Charmed, Stargate SG-1, John Doe and The Twilight Zone. Plus The Dead Zone returns for a second season
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Xposé #77, March 2003 Xposé #77, March 2003
(Reference #X77)

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Buffy The Vampire Slayer: Writer, director and executive producer Marti Noxon reflects on the prospects for the future as she starts work on the Season 7’s penultimate episode.
The Dead Zone: Kristen Dalton joined the series in a rush when she was hired to re-film another actress’s scenes, but her role as journalist Dana Bright has grown into a regular part.
Darkness Falls: One-time Buffy Vampire-turned-heroic good guy Chaney Kley tells us about his role as Emma Caulfield’s guardian, and writer Joe Harris reveals how an office joke at the X-Men comics team developed into the start of a movie franchise.
Mutant X: Lauren Lee Smith tells us why her sweet and innocent character Emma De Lauro is developing a darker side as her powers increase.
Alias X: We investigate The Rambaldi Prophecies.
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Coming Attractions Stephen King's Dreamcatcher and The Core.
10 Things You Never Knew About… Alan Rickman, the king of scorn who’s gone from terrorist mastermind in Die Hard to become Harry Potter’s Professor Snape.
Reviews: Final Destination 2 arrives, plus the latest instalments of Buffy, Angel, Charmed, Stargate SG-1 and The Twilight Zone, and the final episodes of Haunted.
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Xposé #76, February 2003 Xposé #76, February 2003
(Reference #X76)

Features
Charmed: As he prepares to leave the show, Julian McMahon looks back on his time as the demon hit-man.
Daredevil: Paul-Ben Victor explores the sleazy side of his acting skills as Quesada, the first villain to face the wrath of superhero Matt Murdock’s bully-clubs.
Miracles: Producer David Greenwalt wants to reveal the weirdness beneath the surface of everyday life.
X-Men 2: Stars Hugh Jackman and Anna Paquin on Wolverine and Rogue.
The Lost World: Producers Judith and Garfield Reeves-Stevens tell us about their vision of the show and explain why production of the fourth season’s been delayed.
Odyssey 5: As the shocking news of the series’ cancellation breaks, star Leslie Silva looks back on Season One, and discusses the hopes she had for the future.
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The Dead Zone: Actor John L Adams wonders why his character Bruce Lewis has such a spiritual streak.
Mutant X : Forbes March, alias Jesse Kilmartin, on why the group’s nice guy is developing a competitive streak.
10 Things You Never Knew About… Jennifer Garner, the woman whose television success in Alias is about to transfer to the big screen, as Daredevil’s Elektra!
Reviews: A bumper New Year clear-out of reviews, as we take in the latest episodes of Buffy, Angel, Smallville, Birds of Prey and The Twilight Zone, plus the series premières of John Doe and Mutant X and Jeremiah’s first season finale.
At the movies, is The Two Towers a worthy follow-up? Does Star Trek: Nemesis maintain the high reputation of the even-numbered films?
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Xposé #75, January 2003 Xposé #75, January 2003
(Reference #X75)

Features
The Two Towers: We speak to the people on the front line, from King Théoden and Marshal Eomer, alias Bernard Hill and former Xena star Karl Urban, to the king’s scheming counselor, Grima Wormtongue, aka actor Brad Dourif. Plus, Miranda Otto, whose role as warrior woman Éowyn is set to make her a star, and Liv Tyler, alias Arwen.
John Doe: Star Dominic Purcell.
Star Trek: Nemesis : Marina Sirtis reveals why she’s glad Counselor Troi has got a decent role in the latest movie.
Mutant X: As the second season powers on, Victoria Pratt explains why the team’s new relaxed look is making life for the cast a lot easier on their aching bodies.
Angel: As Angel’s son Connor, Vincent Kartheiser is the literal teenager from hell: a demon-killing youth with a grudge against his father.
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Birds of Prey: The doomed series’ stunning stars, Dina Meyer, Ashley Scott and Rachel Skarsten, reveal their thwarted hopes for the future.
10 Things You Never Knew About… Theatrical knight and star of The Two Towers and X-Men, Sir Ian McKellen.
Stargate SG-1: Joe Mallozzi and Paul Mullie insist that they’ve not the only writers who produce Earth-based episodes… and explain why they like killing off characters!
Reviews: More season premières, including Angel, Birds of Prey, the second run of 24, the latest The Twilight Zone incarnation, Stargate SG-1 and The Dead Zone.
Meanwhile, on the big screen we Die Another Day so we can see Harry Potter II
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