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Xposé #90, November 2004 Xposé #90, November 2004
(Reference #X90)

Features
Joan of Arcadia The star of CBS’s hit take on God’s mysterious ways, Amber Tamblyn, lets us in on her views on religion, success and politics
Lemony Snicket Director Brad Silberling tells us how he set about bring the sorry tale of the Baudelaire children to life
Lost Star Harold Perrineau and survival on a desert island
Plus…
Dead Like Me As 1930s showgirl Daisy, Laura Harris slept her way to success, and now she has work to do as a Reaper
Charmed Executive producer, writer and all-round head honcho Brad Kern reflects on the first episodes of the seventh season
With…
10 Things You Never Knew About… The ubiquitous actor who’s becoming a star in Lost, Terry O’Quinn

Reviews
• It’s the Tipping Point for Johnny Smith in The Dead Zone
The Bare Witch Project introduces someone who loses her clothes even more often than the Charmed Ones.
Joan of Arcadia tells God to leave her alone
Coming Attractions · A Sound of Thunder waits till Marhc to echo, White Noise carries messages from the dead, and Blade goes for the Trinity
In the News
• Could Spider-Man 3 be the final movie?
• As one Superman passes away, another is cast…
• Pulp’s Jarvis Cocker will score Harry Potter!
• Joss Whedon quits TV – the world mourns!
• Shatner to be shot into Space!


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Xposé #89, October 2004 Xposé #89, October 2004
(Reference #X89)

Features
Charmed Star Rose McGowan gives us an in-depth insight into battling Evil in a tiny mini-skirt
The Dead Zone Producer Lloyd Segan looks back on the latest runs of the psychic drama
Suspect Zero Cast interviews: Aaron Eckhart and Carrie-Anne Moss who play FBI agents on the trail of psychic psycho Sir Ben Kingsley
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Giant Posters! Four massive pull-out posters from The Return of the King, The Incredibles, The Dead Zone's Anthony Michael Hall and Charmed's Rose McGowan
With…
10 Things You Never Knew About… The man with the active Dead Zone, Anthony Michael Hall
Reviews
M Night Shyamalan's The Village
The Reverend Purdy reaches a turning point in The Dead Zone
Charmed returns for a seventh season…
Coming Attractions The Incredibles, the superhero spoof from the Finding Nemo team
In the News Ralph Fiennes is Voldemort, and Monsoon Wedding director Mira Nair is line to direct Harry Potter V, Tru Calling postponed until next year, Joss Whedon takes charges of X-Men 3 , And… JJ Abrams masterminds Mission Impossible 3!
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Xposé #88, September 2004 Xposé #88, September 2004
(Reference #X88)

Features

What Next…? Our preview of what’s to come in the world of Magic, Mystery and the Unknown, including:
Charmed We look ahead to Season Seven, and find out what the future holds for the Charmed Ones.
Alias We try to unravel the twists and turns of creator JJ Abrams’ plotting, and find out what’s in store for Season Four.
Harry Potter Who or what is the Half-Blood Prince? How is director Mike Newell going to cram The Goblet of Fire into one film? What does the future hold for Harry Potter, on print and on screen…
Plus
We examine the many Fantasy book series that have gained in popularity since Harry Potter came along, and pick out the ones that look set to claim the mantle of the Boy Wizard…

The Wizard of Earthsea Sci-Fi’s upcoming TV miniseries based on Ursula K LeGuin’s classic Fantasy series, starring Shawn Ashmore and Smallville’s Kristen Kreuk.
The Village We talk to the stars of M Night Shyamalan’s latest twisty-turny chiller
Top 10 Twists In the spirit of M Night Shyamalan’s twist endings, we take a look at the best plot reversals in Fantasy films and TV.
Dead Like Me Actress Cynthia Stevenson on how her character Joy Lass is coping with the turbulent events of the last year…

With…
10 Things You Never Knew About… Dead Like Me’s Reaper-in-chief, Mandy Patinkin
Reviews Heroes aplenty this month, as…
• Director Sam Raimi unleashes his web-slinging Spider-Man 2
• The Thunderbirds come to the rescue
• Johnny Smith steps back into The Dead Zone
Joan of Arcadia reaches its season finale
NEW FEATURE: Video Game Preview upcoming Fantasy video games: Lord of the Rings: The Third Age, Fable, Myst IV: Revelation.
Coming Attractions The forces of Good are heavily outnumbered this month, as…
• Milla Jovovich faces off against the zombie hordes in Resident Evil: Apocalypse
• Jude Law battles the evil Dr Totenkopf’s robot army in Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow
In the News TV movies set in the Buffyverse look increasingly likely, X-Men director Bryan Singer jumps ship to helm Superman, Neil Gaiman’s Death comics to be filmed, Brosnan quits James Bond

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Xposé #87, July 2004 Xposé #87, July 2004
(Reference #X87)

Features

Harry Potter When JK Rowling was asked which actors she wanted in the films, the first name she came up with was Robbie Coltrane. He talks to us about playing the gentle giant Rubeus Hagrid.
Plus
Stars Daniel Radcliffe and Emma Watson chat about growing up as Harry and Hermione

The Dead Zone As the third season of Stephen King’s paranormal TV series gets underway, we talk to star Anthony Michael Hall about the twists and turns that lie ahead for his psychically gifted character, Johnny Smith…
Charmed Brian Krause, aka Whitlighter Leo Wyatt, tells us about how his character’s changed

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Alias We attempt to unravel the enigma of Syndey Bristow’s nemesis and former boss, Arvin Sloane

With…
10 Things You Never Knew About… The Prisoner of Azkaban himself, Gary Oldman
Reviews Change is in the air this month, as…
Harry Potter comes of age, in The Prisoner of Azkaban
The weather turns nasty in The Day After Tomorrow
Alias, Charmed and Joan of Arcadia build up to their season finales, and…
The final curtain comes down on Angel
Coming Attractions Exorcist: The Beginning
The live-action version of classic puppet series Thunderbirds
In the News New Line Cinema’s official statement on The Hobbit, J Michael Straczynski pitches new Star Trek series to Paramount, Buffy gets animated in a new cartoon series, Superman set to start shooting in 2004

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Xposé #86, June 2004 Xposé #86, June 2004
(Reference #X86)

Features

With dangerous prisoners on the loose, and family secrets revealed, everything will change for …
Harry Potter Director Alfonso Cuarón and Harry Potter himself, Daniel Radcliffe talk to us about their work on The Prisoner of Azkaban
and
We take a look at all the new characters and creatures introduced in The Prisoner of Azkaban.
Alias Star Jennifer Garner chats us about her latest big-screen outing, 13 Going on 30, and takes us through some of the tortuous twists and turns of Alias’ upcoming episodes
and
Dossiers on those duplicitous partners in crime, the villains Lauren Reed and Mr Sark.
Angel Actor Christian Kane tells us about the difficult decisions faced by conflicted Wolfram & Hart lawyer Lindsey
and
Adam Baldwin, the fang gang’s latest liason with the Senior Partners, talks suits and the upcoming Firefly movie Serenity
Plus...
Charmed Barbas the Fear Demon has been a constant thorn in the sides of the Halliwell sisters. We chat to actor Billy Drago about exploring the nature of fear, and how he put his legal training to good use in Crimes and Witch Demeanors.

With…
10 Things You Never Knew About… Melissa George, Alias’ sneaky double agent Lauren Reed
Reviews A monster mash this month, as Hugh Jackman takes on Dracula in Van Helsing, and the spawn of the Devil arrives on Earth in Hellboy
Angel descends to the underworld.
and Joan of Arcadia fosters free speech and works with children.
Coming Attractions Devilish new TV series The Collector
The Chronicles of Riddick, Vin Diesel’s sequel to Pitch Black
Superhero sequel Spider-Man 2
In the News Mutant X cancelled, John Malkovich joins the cast of Hitch Hikers Guide to the Galaxy, and Ian McKellen dons a dress to play a panto Dame.

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Xposé #85, May 2004 Xposé #85, May 2004
(Reference #X85)

Features
Angel
A bumper crop of interviews for the series that won’t die
• James Marsters and David Boreanaz discuss Spike and Angel’s ongoing rivalry and the former’s new role in LA
• Sarah Thompson reflects on Wolfram & Hart’s evil emissary Eve
• Producer Steven S DeKnight reveals how the team reacted to the series’s shock cancelation…
Harry Potter Alfonso Cuaron, taking up the directorial reins for third movie The Prisoner of Azkaban tells us about creating Dementors, recasting Professor Dumbledore, and how he tries to ‘serve the material…’

Plus...
• Cary Elwes, veteran of The Princess Bride and The X-Files tells us about his role as the villain of fairytale fantasy Ella Enchanted.
• Richard Roxburgh chats with us about playing Van Helsing’s fanged nemesis Dracula in the upcoming blockbuster…
• Director Stuart Gillard on Charmed

With…
Reviews Zombies galore in the remade Dawn of the Dead Brit-Rom-Zon-Com Shaun of the Dead. Plus, Angel’s marvellous Smile Time leads into tragedy, and Joan of Arcadia gets to see the big picture…
Coming Attractions Ecological disaster flick The Day After Tomorrow, Halle Berry’s Batman spin-off Catwoman, Nicole Kidman’s The Stepford Wives, Shrek 2, and M Night Shyamalan’s The Village.
In the News The Work proceeds apace in the attempt to get Peter Jackson’s The Hobbit off the ground, King Kong casting news, who’s directing the Fantastic Four movie, and the new Doctor Who revealed.
Plus! David Duchovny reveals X-Files II movie is go, and Gillian Anderson’s turn on the London stage.

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Xposé #84, March 2004 Xposé #84, March 2004
(Reference #X84)
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Features
Harry Potter Star Daniel Radcliffe, the boy wizard himself, lets us have a glimpse at third movie The Prisoner of Azkaban
Angel Just before the shock news of the series’ cancelation arrived, Amy Acker met with Xposé to discuss her changing role in the fifth season, as she stepped up to take centre-stage as the series’ female lead.
The Lord of the Rings Orlando Bloom and Liv Tyler look back on the making of the saga
Alias Who is Mr Sark, and what’s his relationship to Sydney? Actor David Anders has his suspicions…
Charmed Director John Kretchmer reflects on his time, from the frenzied reshoots of the original pilot to an encounter with Mata Hari’s Used Karma

Plus...
• Peter McDonald, star of the BBC’s new paranormal drama Sea of Souls
• Why stand-up comedian Zach Galifianakis is taking things seriously in Tru Calling

With…
Reviews Angel celebrates its 100th episode, the Carnivàle leaves town, and Joan of Arcadia gets another message from God.
Coming Attractions The Mystery Machine gang is back in Scooby-Doo Too: Monsters Unleashed, while our best hope against the forces of evil is the demonic Hellboy.
In the News The fourth Harry Potter film gets a record-breaking budget, the Lord of the Rings gets critical recognition at last, and The Hitch Hikers Guide to the Galaxy is cast.

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Xposé #83, February 2004 Xposé #83, February 2004
(Reference #X83)

Features
Alias
• After two years of twists and betrayals, who can we trust? We assess the changing loyalties of some of the key players…
• Plus! Greg Grunberg reveals what Agent Weiss has up his sleeve…

plus...
Angel Two years ago, writer Drew Goddard got his dream job on Buffy. Then they cancelled the show. But he’s not worried, as he’s moved over to Angel, and is loving the fringe benefits…
Charmed Co-producer Peter Chomsky looks back on the special effects advances that have taken Charmed to fans’ hearts over six years of magical encounters.
The Lord of the Rings Sean Astin is taking center-stage as Sam Gamgee in the final installment of the trilogy, and he tells us why it’s been a life-changing experience making the films.
Ancestors of Harry Potter Part two of our look at the boy wizard’s forebears takes in Sabrina the Teenage Witch, Elidor and the Owl Service, to name but a few…

With…
10 Things You Never Knew About… Rachael Leigh Cook, sparky star of the much-delayed Fearless.
Reviews Is The Return of the King any good? Well, not to give it away, but yes. Plus, Spike and Angel rake over their past, Jeremiah explores the heart of darkness, and the Charmed girls discover Chris’s secret.
Coming Attractions Change the Past, change the Present. Ashton Kutcher gets caught up in the complexities of The Butterfly Effect.
In the News Angel’s future lies in doubt? It must be January… Plus, Alyson Hannigan talks orgasms, and a special report on the stage version of His Dark Materials.

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