Behold the new issue!
Transformers! Magazines in disguise! Yes, with a strange, metallic clanking sound Bumblebee will transform before your very eyes into the latest issue of SFX magazine. It's on sale now, packed with the hottest news, features, and reviews in the universe...
We talk to Boots Riley about politically charged SF comedy Sorry to Bother You, take a peek at the Firefly prequel comic, bring you the lowdown on the return of She-Ra, and prove the geek credentials of the living legend that is Joe Pasquale...
Transformers rewinds to the '80s as everyone's favourite weaponised Herbie gets his chance to shine. We're talking to director Travis Knight and stars John Cena and Jorge Lendeborg Jr - and we also look at how the toy line first conquered the world...
Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald
C'est magique! Meet the Crimes of Grindelwald cast as JK Rowling's wizarding hero - no, not him, the other one - returns. Plus: what to expect from the five-film Fantastic Beasts saga and we pit Grindelwald against Voldemort in the ultimate sorcerous duel...
You can swim, right? We're chucking away the water wings to plunge undersea as DC's king of the oceans returns to the screen for a solo adventure. Director James Wan and stars Jason Momoa and Amber Heard tell us why this movie is about to make a splash.
The classic tale of terpsichorean terror gets the remake treatment - now with added Tilda Swinton, which is always a good thing, frankly. We high-kick our way to Hell as director Luca Guadagnino makes some fancy moves on the diabolical dancefloor.
We're on set in New Zealand for some hot city-on-city action, talking to producer Peter Jackson as he brings Philip Reeve's tale of marauding metropolises to the big screen. Plus: a chat with star Hugo Weaving!
Want to see more? Check out this preview of our latest issue.
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