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Special Issue #65 • ships from Feb 28 2007
News-stand Price UK £4.99 / US $9.99

In 148 packed pages…

Casino Royale
• The blockbusting new Bond was undoubtedly one of the biggest highlights of the last cinematic year. So in celebration of a thrilling instalment that managed to revive and reinvent the Bond franchise, we have tracked down star Daniel Craig and director Martin Campbell to find out how they proved the cynics wrong by creating a 007 to rival all its predecessors.
Set designer Peter Lamont talks about his work on no less than 18 Bond movies
Special effects expert Chris Corbould reveals his best kept secrets
Stunt co-ordinator Gary Powell on executing just some of the film’s impressive physical feats.

• Prepare yourself for our most un-PC interview ever as we meet Kazakhstan’s world-renowned irreverent reporter Borat, who discusses his family, his new movie and current world events.

TrickstersThe Prestige
• Director Christopher Nolan and stars Hugh Jackman, Andy Serkis and Michael Caine talk about the tricks of the trade and about the indefinable magic of cinema itself

Clive OwenChildren of Men
• Star Clive Owen and director Alfonso Cuarón explain why they struggled to distance themselves from the present day in their new futuristic ('not' Science Fiction !) thriller

Right At Your Door
• Film-maker Chris Gorak on tackling terrorism head on in his controversial début feature film

• We hook up with some of TV’s biggest stars as their shows make their way to DVD, including Primeval’s Lucy Black, Fallen Angel’s Emilia Fox and Robin Hood’s Richard Armitage

Blu-ray Guide
• With High Definition wowing consumers, we take a closer look at some of the Blu-ray titles currently on offer, including The Transporter, Rocky, Ice Age and X-Men: The Last Stand

  • The Last Word
All this and…
  • The latest movie, DVD and technology news and reviews, including how Oliver Stone’s epic Alexander is receiving yet another cut, news on the upcoming DVD release of Blood Diamond, more tried and tested hardware, plus our word on the new DVD and movie releases, including:
Global DVD reviews
  • The Black Dahlia
  • Casino Royale
  • Children of Men
  • The Departed
  • Little Miss Sunshine
  • World Trade Center

Region 1 DVD reviews
  • Babel
  • Flags of Our Fathers
  • The Good Shepherd
  • The Illusionist
  • Little Children
  • The Night Listener

Region 2 DVD reviews
  • Angel-A
  • The History Boys
  • The Queen
  • Primeval
  • Snow Cake

  • 300
  • Ghost Rider

Tech reviews
  • Samsung LE40F71B Screen
  • Toshiba HD-E1 HD DVD player

Game reviews
  • Arthur and the Invisibles
  • Final Fantasy XII
  • Lost Planet
  • Superman Returns

    This issue was produced in conjunction with Ultimate

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