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Total Film March 2021

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Total Film is the world’s best movie magazine, a monthly digest of what's hot in the empire of movie culture. Each issue offers in-depth features on the biggest movies - both mainstream and arthouse. You'll find the latest movie news, reviews of all the new releases, star interviews, on-set reports and an extensive home entertainment guide that rates all the new releases in dvd, blu-ray, videogames, books and soundtracks. If you love movies, then Total Film Magazine is your unmissable monthly companion.

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1 min.
welcome to total film

It’s time for fisticuffs! Yep, we’re giddy with childlike delight at the prospect of BIG action as the Big G and King Kong knock seven bells out of each other in the does-what-it-says-on-the-tin blockbuster, Godzilla Vs. Kong. In the sea! In the streets! On our screens? Well, who can say at time of writing… but we’re determined to continue celebrating the big-screen action heading our way – as well as the dust-ups Bucky and Sam are getting into on your new TV obsession, The Falcon And The Winter Soldier. And if we’re going all-in on bust-ups, we have to get into the Justice League kicking ass in Zack Snyder’s new cut. We’re also getting into it with Mortal Kombat and Army Of The Dead, plus a Hollywood star who can…

1 min.
call sheet

JORDAN FARLEY NEWS EDITOR Spent five glorious days watching films at the first virtual Sundance Film Festival at the start of the year. Check out our picks of the bunch on p26. JAMIE GRAHAM EDITOR AT LARGE I enjoyed chatting to Jason Clarke on Zoom. He greeted me by saying, “Mate, that’s a bit of a growth you’ve got there. That’s a smell-your-soup-two-weeks-later beard.” MATT MAYTUM DEPUTY EDITOR Had a blast writing my Godzilla Vs. Kong set visit for the cover feature. Everything about the set was huge, including the suitably outsized clapperboard.…

1 min.
total film wingman

DEAR WINGMAN I can’t be the only one who feels disappointed with watching big new films from ‘the comfort’ of my own home. I’ve done my best to recreate the cinema experience in my home with comfy seats and popcorn; I even bought a projector! But still it can’t be done. It is clear that the cinema is an unexplainable phenomenon, but I would still like to know, is there anything else I could be doing to bring the joy of cinema to my home? Or do you have any advice on ways I can improve my home-viewing experience? EOIN KELLY, DUBLIN WINGMAN SAYS... If you have the means, you could look into things like soundproofing and blackout blinds for a more cocoon-like ambience, or sticking up a few signs that show where the…

5 min.

EMAIL totalfilm@futurenet.com WRITE Total Film, 1-10 Praed Mews, London W21QY (postal addresses will be used for the sole purpose of sending out prizes) gamesradar.com/totalfilm twitter.com/totalfilm facebook.com/totalfilm Drop us a line totalfilm@futurenet.com STAR LETTER ★ Can we take a moment to appreciate actors? Their days begin hella early, often with hours in the make-up chair before they even step on set. Enduring excruciating costumes and masks, they spend hours perfecting stunt choreography, weapons training and learning new skills (along with pages of dialogue). Months of prep go into roles. Actors bare themselves, often literally, when they walk in front of a camera, open to judgement from press, critics and social-media trolls. The investment needed to portray certain characters can be mentally and physically exhausting. And I haven’t even mentioned the effort needed to…

5 min.
there will be blood

It’s gory. It’s brutal. There will definitely be fatalities.” Director Simon McQuoid knows what the fans want, and what they want is a Mortal Kombat movie that isn’t anything like the two that have already been made. Back in 1992, no one had ever seen a videogame character pull someone’s spine out through their mouth before; it was enough to make Mortal Kombat a household name overnight. The original beat-em-up classic has since spawned 24 sequels, multiple TV series, several comic runs and two live-action movies – both of which most people are more than happy to completely forget about. With a third film stuck in development for almost 25 years, the franchise is finally getting a proper reboot, with James Wan producing a new R-rated fantasy martial arts epic that…

2 min.
nicolas cage

I grew up in the ’70s watching Rock Hudson on McMillan & Wife, Dennis Weaver in McCloud, Charles Bronson in the movie of the week, Peter Falk in Columbo... I began to develop a relationship with these characters and these actors,” Nic Cage told The New York Times in August 2019. “And with video on demand, I felt that if I made more movies. people would be able to tune in at home and go, ‘What’s the next movie that Nic made?’” Hmmm. That might be, but Cage’s dive into VOD these past few years means he’s appeared in a lot of crud. Teasers never lost belief in the Oscar-winning actor who once lit up such quality films as Birdy, Wild At Heart, Leaving Las Vegas, Bringing Out The Dead and…