Issue #56 ships from 16th May UK £3.25 / US $5.99 FEATURE NEWS REVIEWS

A Knight's Tale
• The fast-paced medieval movie is a hit! Its stars (Heath Ledger, Rufus Sewell and Paul Bettany) and director (Brian Helgeland) explain why their celluloid spectacle is joust the thing for the summer

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Brendan and his MummyThe Mummy Returns
• Director Stephen Sommers relates why he brought back an ancient evil, how to make a sequel good and also his plans to spend more time on a beach in the future

PLUS Dwayne Johnson, aka The Rock, wrestles his way onto celluloid as an enemy older than the mummy himself: the Scorpion King. But how does acting on screen compare to acting in the ring?

Paul Ben-Victor with Vincent VentrescaThe Invisible Man
• Paul Ben-Victor is half of the partnership that makes the show so successful. We asked Bobby Hobbes' alter ego about working with the invisible man and the surprises of Season 2

Lindsey: lumberjack lawyer?Drusilla: dotty demon?Angel
• The return of top trumps! We examine some of Angel's deadliest enemies – including Drusilla, Lindsey and... Wesley?) and rate them in the second in our series of cards

Earth: Final Conflict
• Director Brenton Spencer looks back on the many and varied episodes of the series that he's brought to the screen over the last couple of years and explains the benefits of a 'full-blown poltergeist'! Plus...

10 Things You Never Knew About...
Earth: Final Conflict heart-throb Robert Leeshock, alias Liam Kincaid

Xposé Investigates...
• The facts behind the mysterious disappearances allegedly caused by the Bermuda Triangle

  • Reviews
    A selection of the bad and good as we rate The Mummy Returns, The Forsaken and A Knight's Tale alongside the latest episodes of The X-Files, Buffy, Angel, The Lone Gunmen, Charmed, Xena, the end of The Invisible Man's first year and the final hurrah for the girls of Cleopatra 2525.
  • In the News this month:
    The Slayer becomes a cartoon, Joss Whedon simplifies the Angel vs. Dark Angel debate, AI takes over the Internet, Mutant X has problems getting into production and the first round of cancellations become known
  • Coming Attractions
    ... becomes a movable feast as the raptors scent blood in Jurassic Park III and gains some artificial intelligence to take a look at AI.

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