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Special Issue #62 • ships from Feb 12 2004
News-stand Price UK £4.99 / US $9.99

132 thrill-packed pages of Science Fiction and Fantasy!

The Lord of the Rings
• Continued coverage of this amazing trilogy

Elijah WoodElijah Wood
• Now that he’s stepped out of his hobbit feet, Elijah Wood talks to us about the role that made him an international star, and about the trilogy’s deserved Oscar chances…

Liv Tyler
• She may not have had the biggest role in The Lord of the Rings, but she was certainly the one of the biggest names to be cast. Liv Tyler chats with us about the stuff that didn’t make it to the screen: cut scenes, gag reels and melting ears…

Sean Astin
• From playing second fiddle to Frodo at the outset, to carrying perhaps the most important scene of the trilogy, Sean Astin recalls the role of Samwise Gamgee, and shares his feelings on the passing of The Lord of the Rings.

Billy Boyd and Dominic Monaghan
• The intrepid hobbit double-act tell us what it’s like being stuck up Treebeard for several months. “The most uncomfortable thing in the world,” apparently…

• The second part of our interview with Andrew Lesnie, the cinematographer behind the look of the trilogy, Grant Major and Randy Cook talk about WETA Digital’s pioneering effects work, and artists Alan Lee and John Howe discuss their involvement in the films.

Hugh JackmanVan Helsing
• We interview the cast and crew of the latest movie from Stephen Sommers, his blockbuster monster mash, including stars Hugh Jackman and Kate Beckinsale.

Life on Mars?
• With the announcement of NASA’s plan to put a man on Mars, we take a cautionary look at some of the fictional horrors to have come out of the Red Planet…

Dawn of the Dead
• Zombies attack a shopping mall – maybe they’re just unusually keen bargain hunters.We pick the brains of the cast and crew of this big-budget remake, including star Sarah Polley.

David Carson
• The director who killed Captain Kirk looks back over his long and varied career, covering Star Trek TNG, Deep Space Nine, Odyessy 5 and more…

• Actress Lexa Doig on her ongoing role as the attractive face of the Starship Andromeda…

Mutant X
• It’s Electric! Victor Webster chats about his role as the high-voltage mutant Brennan Mulwray – and how he nearly got to play Superman…

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All other contents © Visual Imagination 2004. Not for reproduction

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