Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom sees the dinosaur franchise evolve with new creatures, a new director, and a new take on the formula. In the latest issue of our sister publication Total Film magazine, we meet the cast and filmmakers to find out how they’re shaking up the franchise, and what to expect from the series’ newest monster, the Indoraptor.
Pick up an exclusive ROARING cover - while stocks last!
On shelves May 4, the new issue is something of a Jurassic celebration, and it comes with a variety of great gifts:
– A special supplement looking back on 25 years of Jurassic movies
– A Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom art card
– A How It Works: Dinosaurs ebook (gifts not available with compact and digital editions).
And if that wasn’t enough, out in the wild (well, selected Sainsbury’s stores in the UK) you can find an exclusive ROARING cover. It’s extremely limited edition, and also comes with a Jurassic World employee pass, as well as the supplement, art card and ebook.
It’s not all about Jurassic World though, the issue also includes an in-depth feature on Solo: A Star Wars Story, Ocean’s 8, Deadpool 2, a look back over the career of Ian McKellen, the scariest horror film of the year and much more besides.
Keep reading for a breakdown of what to expect in the new issue…
Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom
In our cover feature, Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard, J.A. Bayona, Colin Trevorrow, and the returning Jeff Goldblum talk Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, telling TF about on-set scares, practical dinosaurs, the new Indoraptor, and much more besides.
Solo: A Star Wars Story
For a while it looked like the odds were stacked against Han Solo’s, erm, solo movie, before Ron Howard stepped in as the new captain of the ship. We talk to the director and cast about the Star Wars scoundrel you should never bet against.
Sir Ian McKellen Interview
In his storied career, Sir Ian McKellen has played both Middle-earth’s Gandalf and X-Men’s Magneto, as well as Shakespearean icons, Arnie villains, and everything in between. Ahead of a new documentary about his life and work, McKellen reflects on his most notable roles to date.
Read more: 50 greatest Lord of the Rings moments
Why Hereditary is 2018's scariest new horror
2018 has already been a strong year for horror, but it’s just getting started. Hereditary is hands-down the most chilling and disturbing film with seen in years. Director Ari Aster and star Toni Collette talk about the film that’ll be causing you sleepless nights in the months to come.
Read more: The best upcoming horror movies of 2018
In Teasers, we take a closer look at starry reboot Ocean’s 8, the high-stakes heist hoping to put a fresh spin to the franchise. Plus, we speak to director David Leitch about Deadpool 2, and Brad Bird talks Incredibles 2.
Plus all these great Jurassic Park gifts!
This issue is a huge celebration of all things Jurassic Park. As well as the cover story, this issue comes with a special supplement celebrating 25 years of Jurassic Park, a Fallen Kingdom art card and a How It Works: Dinosaurs ebook (internet connection required). Basically, it’s everything you need to prepare yourself for the dino-sequel.
And if that wasn’t enough, you can also find an exclusive ROARING edition exclusively in select Sainsbury’s stores in the UK. As well as the supplement, art card and ebook, the roaring edition also comes with a Jurassic World employee pass. (Note: gifts not available with compact or digital editions).
And if you’re a subscriber, you’ll already have the magazine (and supplement and art card) waiting for you on your doormat, with this exclusive subscriber cover:
To celebrate our Jurassic World issue, we’re currently running a subscription offer where you can get Funko Pop! Vinyl figures of Ian Malcolm and the T-rex when you get a 6-month bundle of Total Film in print or print and digital. Head to My Favourite Magazines now to take advantage of the offer. (Ts and Cs apply).
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