Welcome to details of our 2003/2004 Yearbook
We take a look back at a year of top film and TV, alongside some hints of things to come.
In this 88-page Special we present…
The Lord of the Rings
Can’t wait for The Return of the King? Well, it’s almost here, and in the meantime
Dominic Monaghan recalls how many of Merry’s big scenes are only on the extended DVDs, and looks ahead to the big battles that are sure to make the final cut of Return.
Sir Ian McKellen reflects on the differences between the two Gandalfs, and how it feels to find himself on a stamp and coin.
Bye Bye Buffy
After seven years of Slaying, 2003 was the end for Sunnydale. In a 32 page farewell, we recall the series that proved you could make an emotional drama… involving Vampires.
2003 recalled in The Year in Buffy and Angel.
The 25 greatest episodes, as chosen by our panel, complete with quotes that’ll split your sides.
Kristine Sutherland and Danny Strong recall their roles as Joyce and Jonathan.
Year-by-year, seven seasons of dusting vamps.
Highlights of the Year
In print, there was Harry Potter… on radio, His Dark Materials… on screen… an awful lot! We run down our top 25 movies, episodes, books and even exhibitions of the year…
If your favorite’s not here, then prepare to get outraged!
But to give you a hint, there are returns from the dead in Angel, final resolutions in Charmed, moral dilemmas in The Dead Zone, and a triumphant episode of Mutant X courtesy of Freddie Prinze Jr.
Dead Like Me
Heart-throb English co-star Callum Blue look back on Season One of this show about Reapers, and reveals how he’d like things to develop in 2004’s second season.
The Lost World
It’s the series that didn’t return in 2003… but it was meant to. We catch up on the latest prospects for Season Four, and get star Jennifer O’Dell’s recollections of the show.