In issue 207 of Total Film magazine, future-proof your film-life with the Future 100 - our indispensable guide to the hottest movies, stars and trends heading your way.
Stay ahead of the curve with the full lowdown on Elysium , the gritty new sci-fi from District 9 director Neill Blomkamp, fronted by none other than our mecha-suited, shaven-headed cover star Matt Damon.
Jennifer Lawrence, Daniel Radcliffe, and Simon Pegg are among the actors set to shape the future, and Thor 2 , The Iceman and the next Spider-Man are just some of the movies we'll put on your radar.
Plus, issue 207 of Total Film magazine comes with four astonishing free posters, including Thor: The Dark World , Elysium , Monsters University and After Earth .
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The Hunger Games: Catching Fire
The Hunger Games was one of 2012's biggest surprises, turning a much-read young-adult novel into an epically-scaled sci-fi blockbuster, which managed to match the source books when it came to pulling in punters.
We look at why the odds are in the sequel's favour…
The Sons Of Anarchy star is set to transform his small-screen cred into big-screen clout, with Guillermo Del Toro's ginormo-scaled Pacific Rim .
Meet the man who'll bring human heart to the monsters vs robots ruck.
Richard Kuklinski was a mafia hitman by day and a father and husband by night.
Michael Shannon leads a stellar cast of goodfellas (and ladies) in true-life crime story The Iceman , and we get this inside track from everyone involved.
The Lone Ranger
Since her wholesale scene theft in 2011 comedy triumph Bridesmaids , Melissa McCarthy has been the go-to gal for comedy.
We meet the wisecracking wonder woman ahead of summer turns in The Heat , and the final installment of the juggernaut Hangover franchise. Here's betting she'll put the boys under the table…
Buzz and Agenda
Heading up Buzz this month are undead lawmen Ryan Reynolds and Jeff Bridges, who give ghosts the Men In Black treatment in R.I.P.D. Plus, meet Jamie Foxx's electrifying Spider-Man villain, and prepare for some killer home viewing as Hannibal Lecter and Norman Bates head to the small screen.
Meanwhile, in Agenda … For Isla Fisher's next trick, she lines up Now You See Me , Emma Watson shows off her wild side in The Bling Ring , and we scope out Cannes 2013's most wanted.
Screen and Lounge
Hitting warp-speed in this month's Screen is J.J. Abrams' much anticipated sci-fi sequel Star Trek Into Darkness , with all eyes set to be on it after his appointment to the other Star franchise… Plus, the official verdict on Deadfall , The Iceman , No One Lives and Blood .
And Lounge is on hand to assist you in all your home entertainment needs. We take another look at Django Unchained as it hits Blu-ray, settle in for a Daniel Day-Lewis double-bill, and muscle up for the latest action efforts from Arnie and Stallone.
The Total Film Interview: Simon Pegg
An everyman who's risen from Brit TV to become a Hollywood player, Simon Pegg is now beaming into cinemas in Star Trek Into Darkness and tackling the apocalypse with a pint in The World's End .
We take a look back over his remarkable rise, from his modest expectations for Shaun Of The Dead to swapping emails with Tom Cruise. Plus, his thoughts on both of J.J. Abrams' Star franchises…