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Empire

Apr 01 2022
Magazine

NEWS! Empire brings you world-exclusive movie news and first-look pictures of the films you want to watch and care about. REVIEWS! Empire delivers the most independent and authoritative movie reviews in the world - period. ACCESS! Empire's incredible insider-access brings you the interviews with A-list Hollywood stars that no-one else can get. All served with an irreverent sense of humour and unparalleled movie knowledge...

THIS MONTH

EMPIRE • WHAT WE’VE BEEN UP TO THIS MONTH

TALK TO US

Empire UK

No./1 Doctor Strange is about to get even stranger • Benedict Cumberbatch on the post-Spidey Multiverse

No./2 Say hello to Pixar’s puberty panda • Director Domee Shi and character designer Jason Deamer explain the big, furry transformation at the heart of TURNING RED

Jude Hill • THE NORTHERN IRISH 11-YEAR-OLD MAKES HIS BIG-SCREEN DEBUT IN KENNETH BRANAGH’S SEMI-BIOGRAPHICAL BELFAST

No./3 Finding horror in haute cuisine • Director Lee Haven Jones breaks down the meaning in the meal that ties together his grisly debut, The Feast

No./4 From the Temple of Doom to a multiverse of madness • After decades away, KE HUY QUAN is back with a blast in wild new sci-fi film Everything Everywhere All At Once

No./5 FILM COURT • As two die-hard Ana de Armas fans sue a studio, here are some of Hollywood’s weirdest lawsuits

No./6 The fantasy show that goes against the grain • NEIL GAIMAN on why the long-awaited adaptation of The Sandman is a TV series like no other

No./7 NEXT IN THE SERIES • You fell in love with that incredible new TV show. And then it ended! Don’t despair — Boyd Hilton recommends the sibling shows to watch next

No./8 Beavis and Butt-Head’s grand odyssey • With Mike Judge’s dullard delinquents set to return, we look back on some of their lowbrow highlights

No./9 A new age for the Golden Age • With new biopics of Gene Kelly, Audrey Hepburn and Fred Astaire on the way, Empire investigates Hollywood’s latest fixation on its own formative years

TIFFANY HADDISH

No./10 The king of the erotic thriller is back • Fatal Attraction director Adrian Lyne returns to sex, lies and homicide with Deep Water

No./11 “Ellen Ripley was my favourite character as a kid” • [The Q&A] From saving Ryan Reynolds’ life in The Adam Project to reprising her roles as Gamora and Neytiri, ZOE SALDANA is embracing her action-queen status

No./12 The TV thriller that gave us something to chew on • The creators of cannibal-teens drama Yellowjackets on how their show went stratospheric

No./13 Welcome to the paranoia party • With a new wave of movies centring on cover-ups, meet the conspiracy theorists who won’t shut up

No./14 How The Foo Fighters became the Boo Fighters • Dave Grohl on why he couldn’t run from STUDIO 666

No./15 INTO THE WONKAVERSE • WITH MORE ADAPTATIONS ON THE WAY THAN YOU CAN SHAKE A SNOZZCUMBER AT, WE PONDER THE FUTURE OF THE ROALD DAHL CINEMATIC UNIVERSE

BLACK IN FOCUS • AMON WARMANN chews over the main moment in Black film and TV this month

No./16 Inside the taming of Project Mayhem • David Fincher responds to China’s recut of FIGHT CLUB, the latest in a long trend of tampered-with films

HUG CLUB • How would these other David Fincher films look with happy endings?

No./17 A scaredy-cat who became a Scream queen • Jenna Ortega breaks down the roles that have earned her horror’s crowning title

Halo • Unfiltered, uncensored, uncompromising trailer reactions from team EMPIRE

No./18 How to crack open the romcom • Rose Matafeo on shaking up the genre with BBC show Starstruck

No./19 JAMIE DORNAN SINGING • If you’ve heard melodious crooning on screen this year, there’s a solid chance...


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NEWS! Empire brings you world-exclusive movie news and first-look pictures of the films you want to watch and care about. REVIEWS! Empire delivers the most independent and authoritative movie reviews in the world - period. ACCESS! Empire's incredible insider-access brings you the interviews with A-list Hollywood stars that no-one else can get. All served with an irreverent sense of humour and unparalleled movie knowledge...

THIS MONTH

EMPIRE • WHAT WE’VE BEEN UP TO THIS MONTH

TALK TO US

Empire UK

No./1 Doctor Strange is about to get even stranger • Benedict Cumberbatch on the post-Spidey Multiverse

No./2 Say hello to Pixar’s puberty panda • Director Domee Shi and character designer Jason Deamer explain the big, furry transformation at the heart of TURNING RED

Jude Hill • THE NORTHERN IRISH 11-YEAR-OLD MAKES HIS BIG-SCREEN DEBUT IN KENNETH BRANAGH’S SEMI-BIOGRAPHICAL BELFAST

No./3 Finding horror in haute cuisine • Director Lee Haven Jones breaks down the meaning in the meal that ties together his grisly debut, The Feast

No./4 From the Temple of Doom to a multiverse of madness • After decades away, KE HUY QUAN is back with a blast in wild new sci-fi film Everything Everywhere All At Once

No./5 FILM COURT • As two die-hard Ana de Armas fans sue a studio, here are some of Hollywood’s weirdest lawsuits

No./6 The fantasy show that goes against the grain • NEIL GAIMAN on why the long-awaited adaptation of The Sandman is a TV series like no other

No./7 NEXT IN THE SERIES • You fell in love with that incredible new TV show. And then it ended! Don’t despair — Boyd Hilton recommends the sibling shows to watch next

No./8 Beavis and Butt-Head’s grand odyssey • With Mike Judge’s dullard delinquents set to return, we look back on some of their lowbrow highlights

No./9 A new age for the Golden Age • With new biopics of Gene Kelly, Audrey Hepburn and Fred Astaire on the way, Empire investigates Hollywood’s latest fixation on its own formative years

TIFFANY HADDISH

No./10 The king of the erotic thriller is back • Fatal Attraction director Adrian Lyne returns to sex, lies and homicide with Deep Water

No./11 “Ellen Ripley was my favourite character as a kid” • [The Q&A] From saving Ryan Reynolds’ life in The Adam Project to reprising her roles as Gamora and Neytiri, ZOE SALDANA is embracing her action-queen status

No./12 The TV thriller that gave us something to chew on • The creators of cannibal-teens drama Yellowjackets on how their show went stratospheric

No./13 Welcome to the paranoia party • With a new wave of movies centring on cover-ups, meet the conspiracy theorists who won’t shut up

No./14 How The Foo Fighters became the Boo Fighters • Dave Grohl on why he couldn’t run from STUDIO 666

No./15 INTO THE WONKAVERSE • WITH MORE ADAPTATIONS ON THE WAY THAN YOU CAN SHAKE A SNOZZCUMBER AT, WE PONDER THE FUTURE OF THE ROALD DAHL CINEMATIC UNIVERSE

BLACK IN FOCUS • AMON WARMANN chews over the main moment in Black film and TV this month

No./16 Inside the taming of Project Mayhem • David Fincher responds to China’s recut of FIGHT CLUB, the latest in a long trend of tampered-with films

HUG CLUB • How would these other David Fincher films look with happy endings?

No./17 A scaredy-cat who became a Scream queen • Jenna Ortega breaks down the roles that have earned her horror’s crowning title

Halo • Unfiltered, uncensored, uncompromising trailer reactions from team EMPIRE

No./18 How to crack open the romcom • Rose Matafeo on shaking up the genre with BBC show Starstruck

No./19 JAMIE DORNAN SINGING • If you’ve heard melodious crooning on screen this year, there’s a solid chance...


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