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Empire Australasia

Empire Australasia June 2019

Share in the glamour and glitz of the movie industry with Empire, a magazine dedicated to delivering the latest interviews, movie reviews and behind-the-scenes stories from one of the most talked about industries in the world. Empire goes behind the scenes to bring you the real stories from the movie business, the stars, the latest releases in cinemas, video & DVD.

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this month at empire

WE’RE NOW A bit over a month on from the release of Avengers: Endgame – a movie I’ll assume you’ve seen since you’re reading Empire – and Marvel fans having been having a grand ol’ time debating different theories regarding the film’s major revelations. One thing we can all agree on, though, is what an amazing job everyone associated with the film did in keeping all of Endgame’s many “Whoa! I did not see that coming!” surprises a secret. Now that the Flerken is out of the bag, we tackle all of Endgame’s “Whoa!”, “WTF?!” and “YESSSSSSSS!!!” moments in our spoiler special that begins page 69. The one or two of you reading this who haven’t seen the movie might want to skip it; the rest of you can savour some…

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empire australasia

EDITORIAL EDITOR JAMES JENNINGS ART DIRECTOR KATIE SMITH PHOTO EDITOR KRISTI BARTLETT 02 8114 9493 CONTRIBUTORS Michael Adams, Liz Beardsworth, Elizabeth Best, Simon Braund, David Michael Brown, Jenny Colgan, Nick de Semlyen, Fred Dellar, Andrew Dickens , James Dyer, Angie Errigo, Ian Freer, Alex Godfrey, Chris Hewitt, David Hughes, Travis Johnson, Dan Jolin, Tim Keen, Will Lawrence, Andrew Lowry, Ben McEachen, Jim Mitchell, Anthony Morris, Ian Nathan, Kim Newman, John Nugent, Helen O’Hara, George Palathingal, David Parkinson, Seb Patrick, Sophie Petzal, Nev Pierce, Jonathan Pile, Olly Richards, Adam Smith, Beth Webb, Amy West , Terri White, Rod Yates. ADVERTISING Director of Sales Paul Gardiner 02 9282 8676 Head of Agency NSW Karen Holmes 02 9282 8733 Victoria Head of Sales Will Jamison 03 9823 6301 Sales Director VIC, SA & WA Jaclyn Clements 03 9823 6341 Sales Manager Western Australia Nicky…

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DON’T DROP THE POLITICS I write in response to Daniel’s letter ‘Drop the Politics’ in the May 2019, Issue 218 of Empire. I would tend to agree that movies sit in the realm of entertainment and for our joy and shear sanity keep politics out of the mix (I hate politics). BUT popular culture such as cinema is and has always been at the forefront of cultural critique, including political viewpoints. More often than not artists, writers, comedians, actors and directors in all pop cultural and artistic expressions use their gifts to reveal truth or opinion on current social issues. It may be subtle and vague or blunt and controversial. They can do this in their space, it’s one of the reasons pop culture exists, not just to entertain but to…

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letter of the month

I have to admit that I was surprised when John Wick Chapter 3 - Parabellum got awarded the most memorable trailer moment in the April issue of Empire. I was expecting Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker to take out the title considering it’s the final movie in the saga and is so anticipated by nerds everywhere, but I just played it off to be a timing thing and that it hadn’t been released in time to be in the issue. But I’ve just read the May issue and there is still no coverage on the massive updates in the Star Wars community! Surely that INCREDIBLE trailer and title reveal deserved some type of comment by Empire? I’ll be buying every issue until The Rise of Skywalker comes out to…

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get the tarantino look

YOUR AVERAGE MOVIE set is replete with the latest tech, or the most state-of-the-art catering table. On a Quentin Tarantino set, things are a little different. “We had a VHS recorder,” laughs Arianne Phillips, the costume designer of QT’s ninth film, Once Upon A Time In Hollywood. “We went old-school to watch these great movies we couldn’t find on DVD or online. Quentin much preferred that.” The latest epic from Tarantino is flashing back to a momentous period in Tinseltown history. Namely 1969, when the traditional studio system buckled as a wave of dark, experimental movies hit big, changing the industry forever. The notion of celluloid-junkie Tarantino directing his first-ever film about films (and TV) is tantalising — and promises to be as textured as you’d hope. “The level of detail…

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is the emperor really still alive?

AFTER WHAT FELT like an eternity of silence, director J.J. Abrams and Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy finally unveiled Episode IX last month, revealing title and trailer at Star Wars Celebration in Chicago, and Empire was on hand to witness it. As you might expect with Abrams, every answer prompted a dozen more questions. Here are the most pressing… 1 IS THE EMPEROR REALLY STILL ALIVE? “No-one’s ever really gone,” intones Luke, before a final, familiar cackle heralds the end of the trailer. After all these years, could Darth Sidious (right) be back to finish what he started? “It’s amazing that [Emperor actor Ian McDiarmid] got to walk out here today and no one knew,” Abrams told Empire after the panel. “The reaction that people had to him only made me grateful that all…