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Issue #75 • ships from Dec 12 2002
News-stand Price UK £3.40 / US $5.99

The Two Towers

• The battle for control of Middle-earth has become open warfare, and the Kingdom of Rohan is the battleground. We speak to the people on the front line, from King Théoden and Marshal Eomer, alias Bernard Hill and former Xena star Karl Urban, to the king’s scheming counselor, Grima Wormtongue, aka actor Brad Dourif. Plus, we interview Miranda Otto, whose role as warrior woman Éowyn is set to make her a star, and Liv Tyler, alias Arwen

Too close an encounter…Star Trek: Nemesis
• They’ve let her drive again! Marina Sirtis reveals why she’s glad Counselor Troi has got a decent role in the latest movie, whatever damage it costs the Enterprise...

Get Tremors
• Michael Gross tells us about reprising his role as survivalist Burt Gummer for The Sci-Fi Channel’s new series based on the cult Tremors movies.

John DoeJohn Doe
• Actor Dominic Purcell’s quiet charm has helped make this a success and, as he tells us, he’s having so much fun that he’ll be delighted if he gets to spend six years as the ‘man with no name.’

Mutant X
• As the second season powers on, Victoria Pratt explains why the team’s new relaxed look is making life for the cast a lot easier on their aching bodies.

• As Angel’s son Connor, Vincent Kartheiser is the literal teenager from hell: a demon-killing youth with a grudge against his father. The actor reveals how he set his sights on a role in Buffy or Angel – and got his dream.


Birds of Prey
• It looked as if it was going to be the hit of the year, yet the stylish Batman spin-off has been given the chop within weeks of leaving the nest. The series’ stunning stars, Dina Meyer, Ashley Scott and Rachel Skarsten, reveal their thwarted hopes for the future.

Stargate SG-1
• Laugh-a-minute conspiracy theorists Joe Mallozzi and Paul Mullie insist that they’ve not the only writers who produce Earth-based episodes… and explain why they like killing off characters!

10 Things You Never Knew About…
• Theatrical knight and star of The Two Towers and X-Men, Sir Ian McKellen.

  • More season premières, including Angel, Birds of Prey and the second run of 24, plus The Twilight Zone, Stargate SG-1 and The Dead Zone
  • At the movies, we Die Another Day so we can see Harry Potter II
In the News
  • The first cancelations of the new season claim Haunted and, to everyone’s surprise, Birds of Prey. Michael Shanks’s return for season seven of Stargate SG-1 is now confirmed, and Halle Berry looks forward to her own spin-off series as super-spy Jinx
Coming Attractions
  • Ben Affleck dons the mask of Daredevil, the man without fear, while Jennifer Garner shivers in her leathers...

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