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SFX

June 2019

SFX is the world's leading sci-fi, horror and fantasy magazine. Covering all areas of the genre across TV, movies, books, games, collectables and comics, every month SFX delivers news, features, exclusive Q&As, behind-the-scenes stories, star profiles and TV episode guides. Recently redesigned to reflect the growing mainstream popularity of sci-fi, now you can read our Hollywood news, TV celebrity interviews and top columnists on your computer or mobile device, thanks to Zinio.

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United Kingdom
Sprache:
English
Verlag:
Future Publishing Ltd
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EditorialEditor Richard Edwards (RE) richard.edwards@futurenet.comArt Editor Jonathan Coates (JC) jonathan.coates@futurenet.comDeputy Editor Ian Berriman (IB) ian.berriman@futurenet.comProduction Editor Iain Noble (IN) iain.noble@futurenet.comUS Editor Tara Bennett (TB)ContributorsSam Ashurst (SA), Kimberley Ballard (KB), Louise Blain (LB), Dave Bradley (DB), Bryan Cairns (BC), Nick Chen (NCh), Nic Clarke (NCl), Rhian Drinkwater (RD), Dave Golder (DG), Luke Dormehl (LD), Penny Dreadful (PD), Rosie Fletcher (RF), Samuel Horti (SH), Jamie Graham (JGr), John Gwynne (JGw), Stephen Jewell (SJ), Stephen Kelly (SK), Catherine Kirkpatrick (CK), Russell Lewin (RL), Sam Loveridge (SL), Miriam McDonald (MM), Jayne Nelson (JN), Steve O’Brien (SO), Andrew Osmond (AO), Eddie Robson (ER), Tanavi Patel (TP), Will Salmon (WS), Adrian Tchaikovsky (AT), Vincent Thomas (VT), Tade Thompson (TT), Calum Waddell (CW), David West (DW), James White (JWh), Jonathan Wright (JWr), Steve Wright (SWr)Thanks to Caitlin…

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the ed zone

Some issues there’s loads of soul searching about what should go on SFX’s cover. Other months, however, it feels like there’s some grander plan at work. With Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman’s classic tale of angels, demons and the apocalypse about to land on TV, this is one of those times.With source material from the minds of two of SFX’s favourite authors and a dream cast headed by David Tennant and Michael Sheen, this feels like something of a match made in heaven – and hell; probably best to hedge our bets by acknowledging both sides… So SFX has pulled out every stop imaginable to bring you the best Good Omens coverage in the whole of existence (p32). I was lucky enough to visit the Garden of Eden (okay, a…

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in isolation

“Are we in an episode of Riverdale or Soviet Russia?” asks one of the stranded teenagers in episode three of new Netflix series The Society. It’s more than just an amusing pop culture reference. What they’re actually in is a contemporary twist on The Lord Of The Flies, with one big difference. These kids aren’t fighting to survive in a wilderness like the young boys in William Golding’s novel. They still have access to mod cons, and are isolated in a place that superficially resembles their old lives. The things that have shaped them culturally help shape how they react to their new normal.“They have resources, they’re not living on an island,” says Christopher Keyser (The Last Tycoon, Party Of Five) who co-created the series with Amazing Spider-Man director Marc…

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more of the flies

THE 100During five seasons CW’s The 100 has become less like the Kass Morgan novels that inspired it but, at the start, this tale of a group of Earth teens stranded on an alien planet wore its influences on its patched-up sleeve. “I was actually looking to do a Lord Of The Flies-like story at the time that this studio sent The 100 my way,” said producer Jason Rothenberg. “It touched all those creative erogenous zones. Lord Of The Flies was one of those books that I could blame for the fact I’m a writer.”LOSTBoth Lost and Lord Of The Flies begin with a plane crash that strands its survivors on a desert island. Both feature a mysterious beast in the jungle that forces the survivors to camp on the…

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mordor, he wrote

Finnish director Dome Karukoski is a lifelong fan of JRR Tolkien’s work. He’s read The Hobbit. He’s read the Lord Of The Rings trilogy. He’s even read The Silmarillion. His family have an annual tradition where they watch the Extended Editions of Peter Jackson’s movies every Christmas. But it was only when he was sent the script for biopic Tolkien that he realised the author had his own story to tell.“I had this idea of him sitting in a pub and chatting with CS Lewis and joyfully creating stories,” he says. “But he became an orphan at the age of 12 without ever really having a father. I related to that very strongly. He had this feeling of being an outsider, of seeking belonging. And when he finally found his…

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aerial assault

→ The new Apple TV Plus streaming service announces its first shows, including a reboot of Steven Spielberg’s Amazing Stories, and post-apocalyptic thriller See, with Alfre Woodard and Jason Momoa.→ Taika Waititi voicing droid bounty hunter IG-88 in The Mandalorian TV show.→ Netflix picks up The Umbrella Academy for second season, while Amazon orders third year of American Gods.→ It truly is the end of days… Jared Padalecki, Jensen Ackles and Misha Collins confirm Supernatural’s 15th season will be its last. Yes, really.→ The CW has also renewed Arrow, Black Lightning, Legends Of Tomorrow, The Flash, Supergirl, Charmed and Legacies.→ Interactive Black Mirror “Bandersnatch” nominated for Best Single Drama at Bafta TV Awards.→ Ryan Phillippe to star in CBS’s Frankenstein-inspired cop pilot Alive.…

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