The brand new issue of Total Film magazine is on sale now, featuring an exclusive look under the bonnet of the high-octane, Diesel-fuelled The Fate of the Furious - called Fast & Furious 8 in the UK. Plus, the most popcorn-friendly movies of summer, in-depth interviews with Amy Schumer, Kevin Bacon and Elizabeth Banks, and an investigation into the new wave of female horror directors shaking up the genre. Plus, a brand new look at Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk.
Read on for a rundown of what to expect in the ace new issue.
From street racing B-movie to turbo-charged tentpole, there’s one thing the Fast & Furious films have never lost sight of: family. That’s about to change as the eighth instalment sees Dom betray his loved ones for Charlize Theron’s techno terrorist. Total Film gets under the hood of the series’ darkest chapter, The Fate of the Furious.
The Fate of the Furious isn’t the only film of the summer that’s primed to be perfect popcorn entertainment. In our Blockbuster Preview we round up the super-sized event movies you have to see this year, including Wonder Woman, War for the Planet of the Apes and Baywatch.
TF sits down for a sometimes rambling, always entertaining chat with legends Michael Caine, Morgan Freeman and Alan Arkin to talk about their new crime caper, Going In Style.
Raw is the latest uncompromisingly original work in the new wave of female-led horror films. We speak to the director and star, and look at the wider implications for a genre frequently pigeon-holed as a boys’ club.
One of the smartest stars of her generation, Elizabeth Banks has gone from supporting scene-stealer to Hollywood power player. As she gears up to battle the Power Rangers as Rita Repulsa, we talk to her about her path from Spider-Man to Charlie’s Angels.
Fantastic Beasts and how to survive them: ever wondered if you’d last five minutes as an extra in Jaws, Crocodile Dundee or The Revenant? Well now you can find out as we chat to real-life experts to separate fact from fiction (and to get some tips on what to do if you ever find yourself staring down the fangs of an apex predator).
Ahead of a UK event celebrating cult classic The Warriors, director Walter Hill and star Michael Beck reflect on the movie’s dramatic NYC shoot and its controversial release, as we look at why it has endured as a fan favourite for almost 40 years.
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