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Issue #322 • ships from Mar 10 2005
News-stand Price UK £3.99 / US $7.99

132 pages

War of the Worlds
• In the first years of the 21st Century, who would have believed that Spielberg and Cruise would be taking an HG Wells 19th Century classic and setting it in modern-day America. When are the Martians coming? We visit the set and discover… they’re already here. Eeek!

New Who…Doctor Who
• A brand new series is finally coming to our screens on BBC1. We talk to Mark Cossey, the executive producer of the new Doctor Who Confidential and find out what’s in store…

Clancy BrownCarnivàle
• Star Clancy Brown talks about his role as the enigmatic Brother Justin Crowe in the HBO drama, and explains that his character isn’t just a run-of the-mill black and white villain

Moody ConstantineConstantine
• We catch up with director Francis Lawrence and visual effects supervisor Michael Fink (in slightly more relaxed surroundings) to chat about their Hellish epic.

The Gala premiere took place in Hong Kong in February. In attendance was star Keanu Reeves, talking about the big-screen adaptation of the comic series, and we have some pictures for your perusal

The Ring 2
• The much-anticipated follow-up to 2003’s atmospheric and creepy hit thriller. We talk to director Hideo Nakata for the low-down on this scary sequel. Warning: If you read this then you’ll die in seven days… no, just kidding!

The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy
• It’s been a critically claimed radio drama, but after almost two decades of film limbo Douglas Adam’s quirky Sci-Fi comedy finally makes it to cinema screens… with a few familiar faces

• Like father, like son… actor John Glover talks about the recent transformation of Lionel Luthor from conniving and manipulative billionaire to mediator and father with a conscience

Star Trek: Enterprise
Yes, it may be a dead duck but this issue we have two interviews to whet your appetite for writing ‘Save Enterprise’ letters…
Actor John Billingsley, who plays Denobulan chief medical officer Dr Phlox, talks about life aboard (the de-commissioned) Starship Enterprise, and his regret at the show’s passing
She’s scantily clad, lean, green… and one heck of a good dancer! Bobbi Sue Luthor talks about her appearance as the Orion slave girl, who makes a welcome return to the Trek universe

Star Wars
• As we lead up to the release of Revenge of the Sith, we continue our look back at the Sci-Fi saga with The Phantom Menace

Alone in the Dark
• Tara Reid, until now best known for the American Pie films, talks about her role as Aline Cedrac, an anthropologist with an encyclopaedic memory who has to deal with imaginary monsters and firing guns without falling on her butt

New Captain Scarlet
• Director Dominic Lavery talks about the challenges of working with CGI, and reveals how the playing field and the tools of the trade have changed over the last decade

  • Doctor Who: The Time Lord Returns to BBC1
  • Triumphant Battlestar Galactica Renewed and Expanded
  • Cancelled Star Trek: Enterprise refuses to go quietly
  • A Charmed Celebration: Charmed hits 150 episodes
  • Who back on Saturday Night (Live)
  • uperheroes take flight: Superman and Wonder Woman
  • Riker and Troi return to the Star Trek universe
  • Lost creator talks second series
  • Stargate SG-1 and Atlantis gate watch: Latest from the set
Reviews: Films
  • Boogeyman
  • Constantine
  • Darkness
  • Son of the Mask
Reviews: TV – Sealed! section
  • Andromeda
  • Captain Scarlet
  • Lost
  • Smallville
  • Star Trek: Enterprise
  • Stargate Atlantis
  • Stargate SG-1
  • Trailer Park
    Our witty caption writer has a look at Fantastic Four

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All other contents © Visual Imagination 2005. Not for reproduction

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