In 132 pages…
9/11 and Hollywood – is it too soon?
In a few months it’ll be five years exactly since the September 11 terrorist attacks. With the upcoming release of two movies that deal with the events of the day, Paul Greengrass’s United 93 and Oliver Stone’s World Trade Center, we debate whether it’s too soon for Hollywood studios to be making movies about 9/11.
Screenwriters Dan Harris and Michael Dougherty reveal how they went about creating a brand new escapade for the Man of Steel, in director Bryan Singer’s upcoming film.
X-Men: The Last Stand
With the third instalment of the marvellous mutant melodrama about to hit cinemas, stars Hugh Jackman and Halle Berry tell us why their latest adventure is the best yet.
In the year that she would have been 80 we delve into the life and tragic death of one of Hollywood’s greatest icons – from her troubled childhood, to her international success…
He’s been out of the limelight recently, but the talented star of Fight Club is back with Down in the Valley. He tells us why he chose to make his comeback in this taut drama about a delusional drifter with a cowboy fixation.
The director of Behind Enemy Lines and the recent remake of Flight of the Phoenix tells us about his reworking of classic Seventies horror The Omen and reveals why he’s not too worried by the movie’s famous curse!
The Sundance Kid himself talks about his latest movie, family drama An Unfinished Life, in which he stars alongside Jennifer Lopez.
The acclaimed star of Being John Malkovich and Capote tells us about having Friends with Money, her new film with Jennifer Aniston
Gael Garcia Bernal
The Mexican born actor discusses his steady rise to fame and his role as a wayward son named Elvis in The King
Richard E Grant
The acerbic actor talks about returning to his Swaziland roots with his directorial début Wah-Wah
Production designer Chris Farmer reveals the secrets behind Disney’s latest blockbusting animation
The Southern Belle tells us how she managed to win an Oscar playing Johnny Cash’s wife June Carter Cash in her new DVD Walk the Line
The Brokeback Mountain star reveals how he went about playing a Gulf War grunt in Jarhead, now out on DVD
As high-camp classic The Rocky Horror Picture Show comes to DVD in a new special edition, the film’s executive producer helps us do the Time Warp again.
The Bigger Picture
We take a look at upcoming releases My Super Ex-Girlfriend, Alpha Dog and You, Me and Dupree
Your Film Review
We pop to the land of Oz to find out what our readers thought of The Squid and the Whale