The Next Big Thing Issue!
With a great cover comes great responsibility... This month’s issue of Total Film takes that responsibility seriously as we give you incredible access to The Amazing Spider-Man and speak to its stars.
We also get the lowdown on sci-fi thriller Prometheus from Ridley Scott and Noomi Rapace and find out how Snow White And The Huntsman puts a new spin on the age-old fairytale.
If that’s not enough, we chat to Susan Sarandon, Demi Moore and Simon Pegg, and let you know about the movies to look out for that might not be on your radar yet.
Plus, there are four awesome posters free with this issue!
And if you're a fan of that exclusive subscribers-only cover without the coverlines, then you should definitely subscribe to Total Film magazine now!
The Amazing Spider-Man
Total Film previews the newly suited-and-rebooted Spider-Man to find out how it has reinvented your favourite superhero.
We ask Andrew Garfield if great roles come with great responsibility, and also chat to his cohorts Emma Stone, Rhys Ifans and director Marc Webb.
Ridley Scott boards Prometheus to return to the world he invented with Alien .
Total Film talks to all the talent involved to discover the physical trials involved for Charlize Theron, and the reason the screenplay gave Noomi Rapace nightmares about the Devil.
The star of Shaun Of The Dead and Hot Fuzz discusses his new life in Hollywood, his new film A Fantastic Fear Of Everything and the importance of secrecy when it comes to Star Trek 2 and The World's End .
Snow White And The Huntsman
Charlize Theron is after Kristen Stewart's heart (literally) in this summer blockbuster, and Total Film ventures on set to get a close-up look at the rough-and-ready take on the classic story.
Stewart and Theron discuss the relationship between fairytales and the big screen, and Thor 's Chris Hemsworth admits he’s been battered and bruised during the course of the shoot.
The random acts of Bill Murray
The former Ghostbuster is a mysterious figure who generates more stories off-screen than on.
Did he really wash dishes for strangers? Did he really drink-drive in a golf cart? Total Film separates the facts from the fiction...
The star of Ghost and Indecent Proposal looks back at her 25-year filmography in pictures.
Moore remembers the making of A Few Good Men , explains the challenging choreography of Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle and discusses how Striptease changed Hollywood for good.
Susan Sarandon sits down with Total Film to discuss everything from table tennis and anonymous on-set admirers, to why her new film Jeff, Who Lives At Home is different from anything she’s done before.
Buzz and Agenda
This month, Buzz goes behind the scenes of Casa De Mi Padre to find out why Will Ferrell is doing a Spanish-language comedy, asks Elizabeth Olsen about her new film Silent House , and learns from Jennifer Westfeldt about the real-life inspiration behind Friends With Kids .
In Agend a, Ken Loach shares his filmmaking secrets and confessions, Glenn Close reflects on her Oscar-studded career, Amara Karan wonders if she can be the next big thing with All In Good Time , and Sam Claflin declares his love for romcoms and Richard Curtis.
Screen and Lounge
Screen takes a look at the shotgun acrobatics of The Raid and sizes up Jennifer Lawrence’s bow archery skills in The Hunger Games . Elsewhere, Sam Worthington returns in Wrath Of The Titans to rough up some monsters, and Jason Statham runs around cracking heads in Safe .
Lounge goes from the silent era of The Artist to the ultra-modern thrills of Mission:Impossible – Ghost Protocol , via the '60s with the fifth season of Mad Men .