Total Film Magazine - July 2022
Total Film Magazine - July 2022
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In this issue
Brad Pitt tells us why his new action thriller is the year’s most exciting (loco) motion picture.
An audience with the Elvis director as he talks about his life, his vision and why he’s no nimcompoop.
JURASSIC WORLD DOMINION
Dinos to the left and right; Malcolm in the middle..
THE GRAY MAN Ryan Gosling's black ops badass is pursued by Chris Evans' sadistic contractor in the Russo brothers' relentless action-thriller.
HOT RIGHT NOW
AMY ADAMS HAS A FAIRYTALE FUTURE...
THE SANDMAN Neil Gaiman on the long-awaited adaptation of his groundbreaking comic...
Between Takes Adrien Brody
The clean star on self-torture and slap-up lunches.
My Super Ex Girlfriend
After the rock'n'roll rowdiness of Ragnarok, THOR: LOVE AND THUNDER promises another reinvention of all things Asgardian, with Natalie Portman getting in on the action as the hammer-wielding Mighty Thor. But, the team behind the Marvel sequel tell Total Film, amid the raucous humour, guesting Guardians, and game-changing new villain, this is a film about love, actually.
Deadpool 2 director David Leitch directs Brad Pitt as an assassin on a hurtling train. Sounds ace to us, but can an old-school, star-powered action-comedy full of famous faces still make a killing at the box office? Total Film fights for answers with Leitch, Pitt and the super-cool cast.
Want to get up to speed on all things Star Wars, Indy and Willow? TF's whip-smart roundup from the Star Wars Celebration brings those famously distant galaxies right to your doorstep.
Filmmaker Baz Luhrmann has created a glitzy genre of his own over three decades, fusing music and images into dazzling big-screen spectaculars. As he debuts opulent biopic Elvis, has he found the ultimate subject for his distinct brand of pop-culture phantasmagoria? And does he dream in diamonds?
The suspense is building as Jordan Peele's third movie, Nope, prepares to land in cinemas, dripping dread from every inch of the screen. Total Film looks at how an aspiring puppeteer and comic actor became Hitchcock's heir apparent.
Jenny Agutter – 'One's own life as an actor is often very separate from the way people identify with you.'
National treasure Jenny Agutter has worked on cosy British films, Hollywood sci-fis and Marvel behemoths during her 50-year run. As she revisits her star-making role in The Railway Children Return, she tells Total Film how her career and her sex symbol status were never by design.
Total Film Magazine Description:
Total Film is a monthly film magazine published in the United Kingdom by Future plc. It was first published in 1997 and is currently one of the most popular film magazines in the UK.
Total Film covers all aspects of cinema, from the latest releases to classic films. It also features interviews with actors, directors, and other filmmakers, as well as reviews of films, DVDs, and Blu-rays.
Total Film is a popular read for many film fans, and is known for its in-depth coverage and expert analysis. It is also a good source of information for those new to cinema.
Here are some of the things you can expect from Total Film magazine:
* In-depth coverage of the latest films, including reviews, interviews, and features
* Reviews of DVDs and Blu-rays
* Features on classic films and filmmakers
* Interviews with actors, directors, and other filmmakers
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