10 Coolest Movies Being Made Right Now!
Issue 210 of Total Film magazine is all about the 10 Coolest Movies Being Made Right Now, packed full of awesomeness featuring a ton of exclusives and full coverage of the movies you need to be getting excited about.
It really is an unmissable issue, featuring exclusive access on the biggest and best sci-fi heading your way, Gravity - as well as the first word from the new Robocop reboot, Daniel Radcliffe's new horror fantasy Horns , and the latest from The Hunger Games: Catching Fire .
Throw in Jake Gyllenhaal and Hugh Jackman on Prisoners , an Anchorman: The Legend Continues update, and a massive TF Interview with Paul Rudd, and you'll have plenty to keep you occupied.
Also, you may have already heard that Total Film magazine is now available on your iPad in our award-winning interactive edition and it now costs just £1.99 per issue, or £12.99 for a whole year ($2.99 per issue or $17.99 yearly for the US and Canada, €2.39 per issue or €14.49 yearly for the Europe)! Read about the key features of Total Film's interactive iPad edition .
Fans of the good old-fashioned paper edition need not worry - this version ain’t going anywhere! Like the look of that exclusive subscribers-only cover? Well, subscribe to Total Film magazine then!
An exclusive chat with Gravity director Alfonso Cuaron is guaranteed to get you excited about the most buzzed about movie of the year - Sandra Bullock, George Clooney, and a stunning, breathtakingly tense addition to the sci-fi genre - welcome to Cuaron's Gravity .
We corner Hugh Jackman and Jake Gyllenhaal to uncover the seedy, hard-hitting world behind one of this year's most affecting dramas, exploring the sinister world of child abduction.
Jackman notes that 'the film is uncomfortable to watch... and that's how it should be."
Daniel Radcliffe and author Joe Hill talk exclusively to TF about the hottest, horniest, weirdest movie on the horizon...
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire
Katniss is back. But this time she's not just fighting for her life. She's trying to kill the system.
How I Live Now
Oscar-winning filmmaker Kevin Macdonald turns his hand to the Young Adult genre, but How I Live Now features shagging cousins, bleak violence and nuclear war. Twilight 5 it ain't...
With Bridesmaids she broke records and taboos, and now Kristen Wiig is taking in pitch-black comedy Girl Most Likely . We met the funny girl who ought to be taken seriously...
The Total Film Interview - Paul Rudd
One of Hollywood's kings of comedy, yet resolutely down to earth, Paul Rudd is as happy in indie Prince Avalanche as blockbuster Anchorman: The Legend Continues. Comedy's hard to get right, he admits, but "if I think it's funny there's a pretty good chance there'll be other people who find it funny."
Buzz and Agenda
This month’s Buzz beams in the hottest movie news and pictures - from Sofia Vergara's gun-toting bosom in Machete Kills , to Sharknado 2: The Second One , the latest word on X-Men spin-off X-Force , to an update on Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2 , we've all the latest breaking news and exclusives from the hottest movies coming your way.
Plus, a chat with Rosamund Pike, and exclusive word from one of the UK's hottest up-and-coming talents Ian De Caestecker ( The Fades , and soon to be Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D ., In Fear and How To Catch A Monster ).
And, of course, we've also thrown in all the regulars you’ve come to expect!
Screen and Lounge
Heading up the cinema reviews round-up this month is Rush , the awards-buzzing F1 biopic courtesy of Ron Howard, Chris Hemsworth and co. Plus, verdicts on Kick-Ass 2 , One Direction: This Is Us , About Time , White House Down , R.I.P.D ., and more.
Head over to Lounge for our re-evaluations of wild-ride Iron Man 3, Star Trek: Into Darkness, Fast & Furious 6 and many more.