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Issue 261

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Contents of this issueNEW LOOK! 100 PAGES IN THIS ISSUE! Plus...

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Farscape print: Ben Browder as John Crichton
Ben Browder

We celebrate our new look in style, with these two free magazine-size Farscape photo prints, and an exclusive collectors' postcard featuring Zhaan!

Farscape print: Claudia Black as Aeryn Sun
Claudia Black


Galaxy Quest
• The stars of this much-loved TV series (you recall it, surely?) are set to prick Trek's bubble by embarking on a real galactic mission. Read Sigourney Weaver and Alan Rickman on their roles in the Space opera, plus (in print) Alan Jones's review... 13 pages on probably the funniest Space parody of 2000!


LeVar Burton offers Star Trek: Voyager
• Exclusive! On set for sixth season episode Role Call with director LeVar Burton. Plus we chat to Ethan Phillips and impostor-playing guest Kaitlin Hopkins

Look out! The planet's coming straight for us! Mission to Mars
• Brian De Palma's first venture into Science Fiction (starring Gary Sinise, Tim Robbins, Jerry O'Connell and Don Cheadle), Mission to Mars promises to be the first Sci-Fi SFX spectacle this year

Battlefield Earth
• Oscar-winning Star Wars art director Roger Christian on the battle drill of helming an SF epic with John Travolta, those critical reactions to The Phantom Menace and a little Scientology

Ghosts of the past & present: Jeannie, Randall & HopkirkRandall & Hopkirk (Dec'd)
• With the BBC revival doing well in the ratings, Starburst compares the original series' opener with the year 2000 version starring Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer

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The 10th Kingdom
• The designers charged with creating an up-to-date look for some old tales (Rob Hinds and Julian Fullalove) reveal how progress has changed fairyland

Urban Gothic
• Bored with conventional Horror, young writer Tom de Ville has created a new anthology series for Channel 5. We joined him on location and found the series is all set to shake things up a bit...

PLUS!

 Reviews: new expanded 27-page section includes our regular Video & DVD, Bookshelf, Cybertech and Soundtrack review columns - new selections online!

 In the latest Movie Reviews by Alan Jones:

  • Mission to Mars
  • Galaxy Quest
  • Scream 3
  • and American Psycho

 TV View: Ian Spelling on the latest genre TV shows: Star Trek: Voyager, The X-Files, Farscape and the relaunched Good vs Evil

 Things to Come:
In this ten-page section: Spielberg restarts Kubrick's AI, Guillermo Del Toro gets a grip on Blade 2 and a return to Forbidden Planet looms…. Also, the latest on the future of the Star Trek franchise, and the up-coming movie releases for 2000 in the US and UK

 John Brosnan’s inimitable views in It's Only A Movie

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