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Total Film October 2018

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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United Kingdom
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English
出版社:
Future Publishing Ltd
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welcome to total film the smarter movie magazine

To infinity and beyond! This month TF Towers is all starry-eyed over the reunion of Damien Chazelle and Ryan Gosling on possible Oscars-botherer First Man. We ruminated over the sheer danger of Neil Armstrong’s mission with Gosling, interrupted Chazelle’s editing to probe the filmmaking process and asked a Nasa expert all our space questions. More earthbound pursuits included my stalking of the team behind the Halloween re-visit; getting dark with Claire Foy for The Girl In The Spider’s Web; shooting the shit with force of nature Tiffany Haddish; trying to get answers about J.J.’s Overlord; chatting it up with A Star Is Born duo Gaga and Coop; rating the top tunes in the movies; and gazing back at the cinematic amazingness of the ’90s. It’s a lot, I know. But…

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call sheet

MATTHEW LEYLAND REVIEWS EDITOR Went on a superhero set visit that involved fake fish, gallons of Eton mess and the chance to hold the hero’s helmet. Life. Complete. JAMIE GRAHAM EDITOR-AT-LARGE Went on my annual pilgrimage to FrightFest and saw 24 horror films over a weekend. Then went to a horror double bill when I got home. MATT MAYTUM DEPUTY EDITOR Just heading off to Toronto for the film festival – 10 days of screenings, red carpets and interviews (and the odd poutine). Can’t think of anything better.…

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total film wingman

DEAR WINGMAN, I’d love a career in movies. Now, I’m not saying I’m lazy, but there are a few jobs that would be a perfect fit for a man of my calibre; you know, sound engineer on A Quiet Place, Tom Cruise’s stunt double on the Mission: Impossible films, set builder on Ready Player One… and even Wingman for Total Film (one letter a month!?). Are you able to suggest any other cinematic roles that meet my very particular set of skills? DAVID, VIA EMAIL WINGMAN SAYS… OK, before I start giving you (free!) career advice, let’s address the whole ‘one letter a month’ thing. Not saying it’s a complete falsehood, but consider the time and googling Wingy puts into it. And besides, ‘procrastinate’ is still a ‘doing’ word, you know! Now,…

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dialogue

STAR LETTER While messaging my wife in regard to arranging a cinema trip, I couldn’t help but laugh at predictive text changing the title to Ant-Man And The Scottish Woman. This led me to test other Avengers; results included Iron Man And His Dog, Captain America And Europe (the answer to Brexit?!), The Hulk To Do It All Wrong, Thor Is The Forbidden Fruit, Black Widow The Right Set Of Wheels To Fight, Hawkeye And His Own Coffee Beans, Vision For A Bit More Meat and Black Panther Party In Brum. Could be some options if they run out of ideas, post-Avengers 4. I like the idea of Tony playing with his dog then full-on losing his shit à la John Wick when it’s killed by some big bad. JOHN HORTON, TAMWORTH …And…

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total film online

@TOTALFILM WHILE YOU WERE EEK-ING bit.ly/2wIjfVh Monday morning’s the last time you expect an attack from a giant Meg-shaped sleeping bag, but that’s how it – or rather our Jamie – went down. He’s half the man he used to be… BIG MEETS CAKE HOLE bit.ly/2LZzrad It’s a brave PR that sends out cake pops at the height of a heat wave; these delicious Rampage-shaped treats did require some emergency surgery in readiness for their close-ups. MAKING A PEEL OF IT bit.ly/2wJ5bvl This Guernsey care package had everything… except for potato peel pie. Odd how the free gin and tonic (and fudge) helped us rapidly come to terms with that shocking oversight. BOND 25: WHO SHOULD DIRECT? bit.ly/2NLGGnO “Just put in Tom Hardy or Idris and Denis Villeneuve and start shooting the damn thing!” (Park Mohler) “Offer it to Steven.” (Pete Keys)…

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bruce almighty

So what have you seen so far?” asks Aaron Taylor-Johnson. The answer is simple: mud, mud and more mud. Teasers knew it was in for a squelchy experience when the message “bring wellies” was received. But this is something else. His beard, hands and tunic caked in grime, Taylor-Johnson is almost unrecognisable as the star of Kick-Ass. “It’s been a pretty relentless, gruelling journey this one, man,” he says. “It’s been an experience, that’s for sure.” Well, that’s one way to describe Outlaw King, the new Netflix-produced feature about the life of Robert the Bruce. Starring Chris Pine as the medieval Scottish warrior, it’s directed by David Mackenzie, hot off his indie hit Hell Or High Water. “It’s certainly the biggest film of my career in terms of the scope and…

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