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Empire

Nov 01 2021
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

EMPIRE WHAT WE’VE BEEN UP TO THIS MONTH

TALK TO US

EMPIRE UK

No./1 “I found a voice inside me that had too long been silent” • Writing exclusively for Empire, Kenneth Branagh shares his experience of returning to his childhood for BELFAST, his most personal film

No./2 Cinema’s strangest family just got a little bigger • Ivan Reitman tells us how he cast the third star of Twins sequel TRIPLETS: Tracy Morgan

EMILIA CLARKE

No./3 The Canary sings again! • Five things we want to see in the just-announced Black Canary spin-off movie

No./4 2021: the year of the musical • From In The Heights and West Side Story to Dear Evan Hansen and Annette, we’re in the middle of a movie-musical revival. The people behind them explain why

BLACK IN FOCUS • AMON WARMANN chews over the main moment in Black film and TV this month

The Matrix Resurrections • Unfiltered, uncensored, uncompromising trailer reactions from team EMPIRE

No./5 CLUBBING, LYNCH STYLE • DAVID LYNCH HAS JUST OPENED AN IBIZA HOTSPOT, EL SILENCIO. HERE ARE SOME MODIFICATIONS WE SUGGEST

No./6 Candyman’s bittersweet breakthrough • Nia DaCosta’s box-office hit is a milestone for Black female directors — but it’s one that is long overdue

No./7 The story that Rebecca Hall had to tell • The actor explains how her family history led to her spending 15 years on her directorial debut, Passing

No./8 Why Nolan is going nuclear • Christopher Nolan’s next movie is about the father of the atomic bomb. Here’s why it’s a perfect fit for his sensibilities

No./9 GIANT TENTACLES • They’re slippery, they’re scary. Whatever you do — do not anger these slimy enemies

No./10 Confusing superhero multiverses — explained • Empire’s Chris Hewitt attempts to answer the big questions behind Marvel and DC’s upcoming blockbusters

No./11 How Colombia inspired Disney to break its own rules • Three ways the South American country shook things up for new animation Encanto

No./12 The horror team behind Host hit the road • Rob Savage and crew unleash a new kind of found- footage nightmare in car-based thriller DASHCAM

No./13 NEXT IN THE SERIES • You fell in love with that incredible new TV show. And then it ended! Don’t despair — Boyd Hilton recommends the sibling shows to watch next

No./14 JEAN-PAUL BELMONDO: THE KING OF COOL • [IN MEMORIAM] Four legendary moments from the French actor, who died aged 88

No./15 “I really feel like I’ve been there and back again, again!” • [THE Q&A] ANDY SERKIS makes his comic-book-movie directing debut with Venom: Let There Be Carnage — but Middle-earth, it seems, is never too far away

No./16 Welcome to the anti-Entourage • Jim Cummings takes a scalpel to Hollywood in The Beta Test

No./17 CRYPTOZOO • A PSYCHEDELIC ANIMATION SET IN A HIPPY COMMUNE OF MYTHICAL CREATURES

No./18 Farewell to a small-screen titan • [IN MEMORIAM] Remembering the late MICHAEL K. WILLIAMS with his five most iconic television performances

No./19 Meet the BFG (the Bad Fumbly Golfer) • Mark Rylance on playing the world’s worst club-swinger in THE PHANTOM OF THE OPEN

No./20 The best of the rest of the fest • Team Empire highlight the buzziest offerings at this year’s BFI London Film Festival

PINT OF MILK

DUNE...


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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

EMPIRE WHAT WE’VE BEEN UP TO THIS MONTH

TALK TO US

EMPIRE UK

No./1 “I found a voice inside me that had too long been silent” • Writing exclusively for Empire, Kenneth Branagh shares his experience of returning to his childhood for BELFAST, his most personal film

No./2 Cinema’s strangest family just got a little bigger • Ivan Reitman tells us how he cast the third star of Twins sequel TRIPLETS: Tracy Morgan

EMILIA CLARKE

No./3 The Canary sings again! • Five things we want to see in the just-announced Black Canary spin-off movie

No./4 2021: the year of the musical • From In The Heights and West Side Story to Dear Evan Hansen and Annette, we’re in the middle of a movie-musical revival. The people behind them explain why

BLACK IN FOCUS • AMON WARMANN chews over the main moment in Black film and TV this month

The Matrix Resurrections • Unfiltered, uncensored, uncompromising trailer reactions from team EMPIRE

No./5 CLUBBING, LYNCH STYLE • DAVID LYNCH HAS JUST OPENED AN IBIZA HOTSPOT, EL SILENCIO. HERE ARE SOME MODIFICATIONS WE SUGGEST

No./6 Candyman’s bittersweet breakthrough • Nia DaCosta’s box-office hit is a milestone for Black female directors — but it’s one that is long overdue

No./7 The story that Rebecca Hall had to tell • The actor explains how her family history led to her spending 15 years on her directorial debut, Passing

No./8 Why Nolan is going nuclear • Christopher Nolan’s next movie is about the father of the atomic bomb. Here’s why it’s a perfect fit for his sensibilities

No./9 GIANT TENTACLES • They’re slippery, they’re scary. Whatever you do — do not anger these slimy enemies

No./10 Confusing superhero multiverses — explained • Empire’s Chris Hewitt attempts to answer the big questions behind Marvel and DC’s upcoming blockbusters

No./11 How Colombia inspired Disney to break its own rules • Three ways the South American country shook things up for new animation Encanto

No./12 The horror team behind Host hit the road • Rob Savage and crew unleash a new kind of found- footage nightmare in car-based thriller DASHCAM

No./13 NEXT IN THE SERIES • You fell in love with that incredible new TV show. And then it ended! Don’t despair — Boyd Hilton recommends the sibling shows to watch next

No./14 JEAN-PAUL BELMONDO: THE KING OF COOL • [IN MEMORIAM] Four legendary moments from the French actor, who died aged 88

No./15 “I really feel like I’ve been there and back again, again!” • [THE Q&A] ANDY SERKIS makes his comic-book-movie directing debut with Venom: Let There Be Carnage — but Middle-earth, it seems, is never too far away

No./16 Welcome to the anti-Entourage • Jim Cummings takes a scalpel to Hollywood in The Beta Test

No./17 CRYPTOZOO • A PSYCHEDELIC ANIMATION SET IN A HIPPY COMMUNE OF MYTHICAL CREATURES

No./18 Farewell to a small-screen titan • [IN MEMORIAM] Remembering the late MICHAEL K. WILLIAMS with his five most iconic television performances

No./19 Meet the BFG (the Bad Fumbly Golfer) • Mark Rylance on playing the world’s worst club-swinger in THE PHANTOM OF THE OPEN

No./20 The best of the rest of the fest • Team Empire highlight the buzziest offerings at this year’s BFI London Film Festival

PINT OF MILK

DUNE...


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