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Our glossy new magazine embraces the whole entertainment industry. The Works recognizes that people who love movies also watch, read play and listen to a whole lot more.
We explore the best of British and American television, follow the latest in the music industry and the best movies from both sides of the Atlantic are showcased.
We'll also be immersing ourselves in the world of computer game entertainment our regular books column seeks to find next must-have page-turners, and we’ll showcase the best DVDs on the market in films,and television.
We’ll focus on everything you should be watching or reading in the entertainment world – and the things that everyone is talking about. With hot entertainment news, lively and fun editorial, incisive reviews, of monthly essentials and unparalleled interviews
and features, The Works is everything in entertainment in one magazine.
In (pre-launch) Issue 1
you will find…
They’re thousands of miles away from civilization – maybe more! – but they can’t escape from The Works. We track the stars of this creepy tv drama to their desert island as Matthew Fox and Evangeline Lilly reveal how the massive success of the show has changed their lives.
PLUS: What’s it all about? We present our theories to the secrets of the island, while co-creator Damon Lindelof offers some tantalizing hints to what lies ahead.
It's back, with old favourites and some new faces… But is this the end for BBC3’s most successful cross-over cross-dressing comedy? We banter with stars Matt Lucas and David Walliams
A silver anniversary, a new album, and the group is more popular than ever. Songwriter, musician and singer Martin Gore reveals where the band is heading…
Charles Dickens’s vast novel appears on BBC1 in twice-weekly instalments. Leading lady Anna Maxwell Martin tells us why it’s going to be the must-see show of the season…
Still clutching her Emmy Award, Felicity Huffman, best known as put-upon Lynette, discusses the hit show that has made her an international star. Find out how life and love could be changing for her in the second season…
The Book Group
It’s the water cooler phenomenon, as enjoyed by avid book readers. Our reporter joins a group and gets the inside track. Why do people join? What are they reading? And why are book groups becoming more and more successful?
Get ready for this big cinematic remake to blast the box office, as the massive monster looks set to trample the competition… Director Peter Jackson’s tells us what’s in store
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
Harry’s back in a fourth movie, and at last he’s coming face to face with his evil enemy Lord Voldemort. Director Mike Newell discusses the trials, tribulations and sheer joy of bringing JK Rowling’s magical hero to the screen
Mark Gatiss on playing the strange Ambrose Chapfel in the BBC Three series
Star Wars: Episode III
Star Hayden Christensen on the movie and the game!
Author Liu Hong on her new novel