Beauty and the Beast roars onto the cover of Total Film magazine - on sale now!

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The brand new issue of Total Film magazine is on sale, featuring an exclusive new look at Disney’s Beauty and the Beast. Plus, the latest on several Oscar favourites, an in-depth chat with Kristen Stewart, a peek inside LEGO Batman’s Batcave and all the latest news and reviews you need for the month ahead. Read on for a rundown of what you can expect in the ace new issue.

Beauty and the Beast has been breaking records with its trailers, and the live-action update promises to give the Jungle Book treatment to the beloved animated classic. We speak to Emma Watson, Dan Stevens, Luke Evans, and director Bill Condon about how the tale as old as time is now more relevant than ever. Take a look at some exclusive new Beauty and the Beast pics.

Back in 2014, The LEGO Movie proved to be an unexpected joy. Now, The LEGO Batman Movie has arrived, to focus entirely on the minifig Caper Crusader and his army of nemeses. Director Chris McKay takes us into the Batcave with some unseen concept art.

Hidden Figures has proven a surprise box-office success in the US, as it gears up for Oscar recognition. We visit the Atlanta set, to discover a true story that’s been kept under wraps for far too long.

Denzel Washington and Viola Davis tell TF about their powerhouse drama Fences, which Washington has adapted from its celebrated stage revival. “[Playwright] August Wilson wrote a masterpiece,” explains Washington. “I had the whole cast already in place… I’m no dummy, so I just went with what was already working.”

Mark Wahlberg and director Peter Berg (Deepwater Horizon) reteam for another timely true story, this time concerning the Boston Marathon bombing and the manhunt that followed. “People say, ‘Is it too soon?’” says Wahlberg. “No, it’s not, because that message has to be heard by everyone, immediately.”

Ahead of one of her boldest performances yet, in ghost drama Personal Shopper, Kristen Stewart sits down to reflect on her career and a life lived in the spotlight.

As Hot Fuzz turns 10 years old, Edgar Wright, Simon Pegg and Nick Frost reminisce about the making of a British action comedy classic which fires off as many laughs as it does bullets.

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