Executive producer, star of the show and now daddy, Richard Dean
Anderson tries to talk about Season 4 without going all gooey with thoughts
about his new daughter. With little success...
The Pretender 2001
He's back! Thanks to a loyal fanbase, Jarod returns for a series of TV
movies on TNT. Michael T. Weiss, Andrea Parker, Jon Gries and the producers
give credit to the fans - and reveal their hopes for the show's future.
Plus - the first
TV Movie reviewed!
After going into the depths of evil
last issue, it's all sweetness and
White Lighter when Brian Krause, alias love of Piper's life Leo, orbs in to
discuss his expanded role in Season 3
You may know him as Angel, but now it's time to meet David Boreanaz once
again, this time as a hunksome boyfriend in the upcoming horror movie. But does
he hide a dark secret?
Sam Raimi's latest project tells of a woman who sees visions of a
kidnapped girl. Raimi talks about directing The Gift and his upcoming
Spider-Man, while Cate Blanchett and Keanu Reeves discuss their
respective roles here and in future hits Lord of the Rings and
Dungeons and Dragons
Come on a journey through a long and tortuous production phase as we
trace the movie's extended voyage to the screen, while Richard O'Brien chats
about his role and his hopes for future Rocky Horror
The mysterious monoliths erected at Stonehenge
- Reviews This month we take you gently by the hand and
lead you through our views on Dracula 2000 and the latest TV episodes,
including some all-new First
Wave, The X-Files, Angel, Buffy, Seven
Days, and The Immortal !
- In the News this month: Stars needed for
Matrix II, Anthony Stewart Head takes a leave of absence, Batman
and Superman make a play for the big and small screen, Fox Mulder
returns and Blade moves into production
Attractions previews romantic serial killer chick flick
Valentine and CGI-animated Shrek
Things You Never Knew About...
the new X-Files star, Robert Patrick
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