The Summer Blockbuster Preview Special
In this month’s Total Film magazine, we look forward to the films set to dominate the cinema this summer in our essential preview.
For our monster cover story, Guillermo del Toro gives us a world exclusive look at his new epic Pacific Rim . Giant robots? Enormous monsters? Could be the biggest sci-fi blockbuster ever...
Plus, join us on set of the likes of Jack The Giant Slayer, G. I. Joe: Retaliation and The Incredible Burt Wonderstone . and get the inside track on Steven Soderbergh's swan song, Side Effects .
And, Total Film magazine issue 204 comes with four incredible free posters: including Pacific Rim , Man Of Steel , Oblivion and The World's End .
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We explore the gigantic monsters vs robots world of Pacific Rim in our cover feature with director Guillermo del Toro.
With world exclusive images and secrets revealed, see why the ginormous sci-fi epic is set to stomp all over summer.
Summer Blockbuster Preview
G. I. Joe: Retaliation
Henry Cavill stars as Superman, alongside Amy Adams, Michael Shannon and Russell Crowe in Zack Snyder’s high-flying superhero actioner, Man Of Steel .
Cavill chats candidly about stepping into those very big red boots, not to mention that suit…
Jack The Giant Slayer
Magic beans, golden goose eggs, giants that live at the top of beanstalks… Bryan Singer super-sizes the classic fairytale with his 3D blockbuster, Jack The Giant Slayer .
On-set with Singer, Nicholas Hoult and Ewan McGregor, we find out if a film about beans can produce a blockbuster hit.
Buzz and Agenda
In Buzz this month, Jennifer Lawrence and Sam Claflin turn the heat up in our look forward to T he Hunger Games: Catching Fire .
Julianne Moore works her magic in The Seventh Son , we scope out sci-fi's school of hard knocks in Ender's Game , and size up end-of-the-world comedies The World's End and This Is The End . Plus, there are chats with Tim Roth, Famke Janssen and Riddick director David Twohy.
Meanwhile, in Agenda ... Dave Grohl heads in a new direction, the new faces of horror stake their claims, Sundance gets steamy, and we meet the daddy of screen supervillains.
Lounge and Screen
Steven Soderbergh’s sleek mystery Side Effects , Park Chan-wook’s wickedly weird Stoker , and Terrence Malick’s soul-stirring To The Wonder are just some of March’s new release films reviewed in this month’s Screen .
In Lounge we take a fresh look at the latest DVD and Blu-ray releases, including Argo , The Master , Game Of Thrones: Season 2 , and the restored Hammer classic Dracula .
Plus, become an instant expert on Sherlock Holmes, and join us on the set of David S. Goyer's lavish new drama, Da Vinci’s Demons.
The Total Film Interview Jason Statham
Once a member of the British national diving team and now Hollywood’s hardest action man, Jason Statham says he’s now got the best of both worlds.
Ahead of the release of his upcoming crime-thrillers Parker and Hummingbird , we get up close and personal with him in The Total Film Interview.