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Empire

Feb 01 2020
Magazine

NEWS! Empire brings you world-exclusive movie news and first-look pictures of the films you want to watch and care about. REVIEWS! Empire delivers the most independent and authoritative movie reviews in the world - period. ACCESS! Empire's incredible insider-access brings you the interviews with A-list Hollywood stars that no-one else can get. All served with an irreverent sense of humour and unparalleled movie knowledge...

THIS MONTH

INSIDE THE MAGAZINE THIS MONTH

ON THE EMPIRE PODCAST

THE VERY BEST OF 2019

TALK TO US

COMMENT OF THE MONTH

EMPIRE UK

No./1 Wonder Woman swings into the ’80s • Director PATTY JENKINS on setting Diana Prince loose in the era of excess

No./2 The teen film that breaks the rules • Director Sarah Gavron helps teenage girls tell their own story in London coming-of-age drama ROCKS

Archie Yates • THE TEN-YEAR-OLD HAS WON RAVES FOR HIS SCENE-STEALING TURN AS YORKI IN JOJO RABBIT, AND WILL STAR IN THE HOME ALONE REBOOT

No./3 How I convinced Nicolas Cage to play Nicolas Cage • The writer-director behind the Cage meta-movie speaks exclusively about his insane, high-concept gamble

No./4 ALL THE PRESIDENTS’ FILMS • President Trump watched Joker, a film about an anarchist, in the White House. We look at three Presidential film screenings with a personal link to a POTUS

No./5 The women blowing up action movies • Margot Robbie and screenwriter Christina Hodson speak for the first time on their female-driven action-movie script programme that could shake up the industry

No./6 Tackling the greatest storyteller • How do you even begin to tell the story of one of the most towering writers of modern times?

No./8 The Tom Hanks niceness graph • Mathematically tracking the relative virtue of cinema’s ultimate good guy, across an extremely agreeable career

No./7 The Wire: The Prequel • Jimmy McNulty himself, Dominic West, on the prequel to the all-time great TV show that just might happen

No./9 The Man Who Was Nearly Killed By Don Quixote • After a torturous 30-year journey, director TERRY GILLIAM is finally able to show The Man Who Killed Don Quixote to British audiences — and even then, only just

No./10 The big mysteries around Ghostbusters: Afterlife • The first trailer for Jason Reitman’s reboot arrived this month — leaving us with more questions than answers

No./11 GOLDEN SNUBS • Once again, the Golden Globes seem to have forgotten female filmmakers in their nominations — here are three films they might want to check out

No./12 Mark Ruffalo’s guide to saving the world • Hollywood’s most active activist on being the change you want to see in the world

No./13 How Scorsese plans to out-epic The Irishman • Four reasons to get excited by Martin Scorsese’s next crime masterpiece-in-the-making, Killers Of The Flower Moon

SORRY, BUT... • Specialists on what the movies get wrong

No./14 “This was a chance to go a little more theatrical” • After breaking through in God’s Own Country and stealing the show inThe Crown, JOSH O’CONNORshows a very different side inEmma

No./15 Why I took on my darkest, weirdest role yet • Imogen Poots, star of Green Room and 28 Weeks Later , on making her sci-fi debut in creepy suburban horror Vivarium

No./16 BELLIGERENT BIRDS • Our avian friends have been stealing the cinematic limelight of late. And getting a tad hostile with it

No./17 Forget the Justice League. Meet the Justice Society • DC’s next superhero ensemble? A lesser-known team from the 1940s — who’ll soon be rubbing shoulders with Dwayne Johnson’s Black Adam

PILLARS OF SOCIETY • Three Justice Society Of America comic runs to read ahead of Black Adam

Black Widow • Unfiltered,...


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  • Release date: December 30, 2019

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NEWS! Empire brings you world-exclusive movie news and first-look pictures of the films you want to watch and care about. REVIEWS! Empire delivers the most independent and authoritative movie reviews in the world - period. ACCESS! Empire's incredible insider-access brings you the interviews with A-list Hollywood stars that no-one else can get. All served with an irreverent sense of humour and unparalleled movie knowledge...

THIS MONTH

INSIDE THE MAGAZINE THIS MONTH

ON THE EMPIRE PODCAST

THE VERY BEST OF 2019

TALK TO US

COMMENT OF THE MONTH

EMPIRE UK

No./1 Wonder Woman swings into the ’80s • Director PATTY JENKINS on setting Diana Prince loose in the era of excess

No./2 The teen film that breaks the rules • Director Sarah Gavron helps teenage girls tell their own story in London coming-of-age drama ROCKS

Archie Yates • THE TEN-YEAR-OLD HAS WON RAVES FOR HIS SCENE-STEALING TURN AS YORKI IN JOJO RABBIT, AND WILL STAR IN THE HOME ALONE REBOOT

No./3 How I convinced Nicolas Cage to play Nicolas Cage • The writer-director behind the Cage meta-movie speaks exclusively about his insane, high-concept gamble

No./4 ALL THE PRESIDENTS’ FILMS • President Trump watched Joker, a film about an anarchist, in the White House. We look at three Presidential film screenings with a personal link to a POTUS

No./5 The women blowing up action movies • Margot Robbie and screenwriter Christina Hodson speak for the first time on their female-driven action-movie script programme that could shake up the industry

No./6 Tackling the greatest storyteller • How do you even begin to tell the story of one of the most towering writers of modern times?

No./8 The Tom Hanks niceness graph • Mathematically tracking the relative virtue of cinema’s ultimate good guy, across an extremely agreeable career

No./7 The Wire: The Prequel • Jimmy McNulty himself, Dominic West, on the prequel to the all-time great TV show that just might happen

No./9 The Man Who Was Nearly Killed By Don Quixote • After a torturous 30-year journey, director TERRY GILLIAM is finally able to show The Man Who Killed Don Quixote to British audiences — and even then, only just

No./10 The big mysteries around Ghostbusters: Afterlife • The first trailer for Jason Reitman’s reboot arrived this month — leaving us with more questions than answers

No./11 GOLDEN SNUBS • Once again, the Golden Globes seem to have forgotten female filmmakers in their nominations — here are three films they might want to check out

No./12 Mark Ruffalo’s guide to saving the world • Hollywood’s most active activist on being the change you want to see in the world

No./13 How Scorsese plans to out-epic The Irishman • Four reasons to get excited by Martin Scorsese’s next crime masterpiece-in-the-making, Killers Of The Flower Moon

SORRY, BUT... • Specialists on what the movies get wrong

No./14 “This was a chance to go a little more theatrical” • After breaking through in God’s Own Country and stealing the show inThe Crown, JOSH O’CONNORshows a very different side inEmma

No./15 Why I took on my darkest, weirdest role yet • Imogen Poots, star of Green Room and 28 Weeks Later , on making her sci-fi debut in creepy suburban horror Vivarium

No./16 BELLIGERENT BIRDS • Our avian friends have been stealing the cinematic limelight of late. And getting a tad hostile with it

No./17 Forget the Justice League. Meet the Justice Society • DC’s next superhero ensemble? A lesser-known team from the 1940s — who’ll soon be rubbing shoulders with Dwayne Johnson’s Black Adam

PILLARS OF SOCIETY • Three Justice Society Of America comic runs to read ahead of Black Adam

Black Widow • Unfiltered,...


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