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Issue #326 • ships from Jun 30 2005
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In 100 pages…

Fantastic Four
• British actor Ioan Gruffudd discusses his lead role as Mr Fantastic in the big screen comic adaptation, and tells us how this part would have stretched his acting abilities to the limits – if it weren’t for some CGI trickery…

Doctor Who (2000s)
Whos are a-changing...

• Writer and executive producer Russell T Davies looks to the future as he prepares to steer the next 28 confirmed instalments of the hit series, including two Christmas specials

• We catch up with popular director Joe Ahearne to talk about the pressures of working with megalomaniacal tin cans, regenerating the doctor, Time travel and, erm, shooting on location in Cardiff


• We take a TARDIS trip to the south coast as we report from the exhibition on Brighton Pier which celebrates the monsters and machinery of the hit Sci-Fi series. Daleks, Autons, the Slitheen and Space Piggy are just some of the exhibits we find there

The Bat-man…Batman Begins
• We sit down with the major players of what may be the blockbuster of the year, including director Christopher Nolan, scriptwriter David S Goyer, stars Katie Holmes & Michael Caine

Tom CruiseWar of the Worlds
• Producers Kathleen Kennedy and Colin Wilson talk about the Spielberg/Cruise blockbuster based on HG Well’s invasion classic. And there’s not a water pistol in sight

Star Wars
• More on the past and the future of the franchise from creator George Lucas, as Sith fever continues to sweep the country

Tru Calling
• Eliza Dushku, former star of Buffy The Vampire Slayer and Angel, takes a break from hearing dead people to talk to us about Tru Calling, her first lead role

  • X-Men 3 director replaced
  • Wolverine goes solo
  • James Cameron begins work on next feature film
  • Doctor Who marches into the future
  • Halo video game to become feature film
  • Alan Moore’s mad about V for Vendetta
  • The Simpsons head for the big screen
  • Revenge of the Sith breaks box office record
  • Corpse Bride set report
  • All the latest from Stargate SG-1 and Stargate Atlantis

Reviews: Films
  • Batman Begins
  • Oldboy
  • Steamboy

Reviews: TV
  • Doctor Who Season One
  • Hercules TV Movie
  • Lost Season One

Reviews: Books
  • Band of Gypsys Gwyneth Jones
  • Camelot’s Honour Sarah Zettel
  • God Players Damien Roderick
  • Hollow Men Una McCormack
  • Romanitas Sophia McDougall
  • Sunstorm Arthur C Clarke and Stephen Baxter

  • Trailer Park
    We take a look at the trailer for The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, based on the beloved masterpiece by CS Lewis

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All other contents © Visual Imagination 2005. Not for reproduction

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