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132 packed pages

I, Robot
We’ve seen the Future, and we want to tell you all about it.

• Yes, for our cover story, we talked to stars Will Smith and Bridget Moynahan and director Alex Proyas about their new futuristic murder mystery in which robots threaten Humanity.
Serious stuff!

Keira KnightleyKing Arthur
• The first lady of Hollywood, Keira Knightley reveals why she just had to be a part of the new historical epic King Arthur – even if it did mean wearing more corsets!

• As the femme fatale feline prepares to prowl into a cinema near you, star Halle Berry and director Pitof told us what it takes to bring a comic legend to the big screen.

• 5, 4, 3, 2, 1
Thunderbirds are Go!
Director Jonathan Frakes was keen to tell us why he was the man to bring the classic television show to the big screen.

13 Going on 30
• Fresh from her success in hit television show Alias, actress Jennifer Garner tells us why she’s growing up quickly in her new Hollywood comedy.

Anything Else
• Director Woody Allen reveals why he is sure that his latest comic offering will set him back on the path to box office success, and star Jason Biggs tells us what it was like to work with a legend.

History of Animation
• With Disney’s Home on the Range signalling the end of the studio’s traditional 2D animated features, we chart the fascinating history of the genre, from Mickey to The Incredibles.

Sealed Section!

Want to be the first to know about the biggest and best movies coming your way?
Then feast your eyes on Christian Bale in superhero prequel Batman Beyond, Milla Jovovich in zombie actioner Resident Evil: Apocalypse and Ben Stiller in daft comedy Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story.

1-star film Our reviews section! 5-star film
What Film Review is all about!
16 packed pages bringing you the next four weeks of releases!

New Movies! Over 20 brand spanking new releases –
including the above as well as...

  • Before Sunset
    Ethan Hawke and Julie Delpy rediscover their lost love in this beautiful sequel to Before Sunrise.

  • Farenheit 9/11
    Michael Moore’s blistering documentary about George Bush and the aftermath of September 11.

  • Spider-Man 2
    The swing-tastic superhero is back in cinemas everywhere in this outstanding sequel.

Home Entertainment – 15 pages reviewing the latest cable and satellite films showing at home, videos, books, CDs, DVDs…

  • Including
  • Director Quentin Tarantino and star Uma Thurman talk to us about Kill Bill: Volume 2, and we review the disc.
  • Matt Damon suffers from a severe case of amnesia in the fab thriller The Bourne Identity.
  • Charlize Theron shows why she won that Oscar in involving drama Monster.

Despatches: – 9 packed pages of the hottest movie news

  • Just how many sequels are the makers of Shrek planning?
  • Legendary director Woody Allen to film in Britain.
  • Elijah Wood refuses to star in The Hobbit.
  • All the latest UK and US box-office figures and much, much more…

  • Competitions
    Win fantastic movie prizes including The Good Girl and The Bourne Identity on DVD and a fabulous PlayStation2 console with a copy of Onimusha 3 to play on it!

  • Film Facts
    Once again you put our resident film expert to the test with your increasingly bizarre movie questions!

  • Next Issue
    Just take a look at all the rather fantastic stuff we’ll be covering our September 2004 issue!
    We take to the skies with Jude Law in Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow, take a look back over the career of one of Britain’s favourite comedians in The Life and Death of Peter Sellers and rejoice at the return of Bruce Campbell in Bubba Ho-tep!

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All other contents © Visual Imagination Ltd 2004. Not for reproduction

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