Total Film UK - Issue 278 - 2018 November
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AQUAMAN: Total Film heads into the edit bay and meets the team behind the superhero movie that’s not really a superhero movie at all…
FANTASTIC BEASTS: The Crimes Of Grindelwald cast assemble to spill secrets on witchcraft, wizardry and baby nifflers.
WIDOWS: On the Chicago set of Steve McQueen’s electrifying thriller, aka Women On The Verge Of A Nervous Break-in.
WHITE BOY RICK: Mahew McConaughey and co on the jaw-dropping true crime story.
2001: A SPACE ODY SSEY: Christopher Nolan explains why he restored one of the greatest sci-fi films ever. Plus, insight from those who were there in ’68.
EDITOR’S LETTER: Selfies with Aquaman and the highlights of TIFF.
DIALOGUE: All your missives and musings in our postbag.
TOTAL FILM INTERVIEW: An audience with the straight-talking future Joker, Joaquin Phoenix.
ROBIN HOOD: Wi ll Taron Egerton’s arrow hit the bullseye?
SUSPIRIA: Fifty shades of red in the horror remake.
YOU TALKIN’ TO ME?: Ben Schwartz babbles.
ALITA: BATTLE ANGEL: Clap your (giant) eyes on this first look.
THE OLD MAN & THE GUN: Robert Redford’s going out in style as a craggy crim.
IT SHOULDN’T HAPPEN TO A FILM JOURNALIST: Jamie discusses the ups and downs of screening links for critics.
CHRISTMAS PREVIEW: Festive fancies jingling your way.
Total Film Buff
IS IT BOLLOCKS?: The Meg – true story or old wives’ Shark Tale?
DEATHS BY HOUSEH OLD OBJECT: Ignominious offings.
THE 'OOS: The final stop in our decades deconstruction.
60-SECOND SCREENPLAY: The Predator is in our laser-sight.
WIDOWS: Viola Davis and crew have a score to sele.
HALLOWEEN: Wa s this a horror franchise worth reviving?
THE HATE U GIVE: Should you choose the THUG life?
BAD TIMES AT THE EL ROYALE: Drew Goddard’s latest is worth checking in to.
OVERLORD: J.J. Abrams produces, but it’s not a Cloverfield movie.
VENOM: Tom Hardy’s Marvel movie has a split personality.
PETERLOO: Mike Leigh’s most ambitious film yet couldn’t be more timely.
INCREDIBLES 2: The ultimate family flick arrives on home-ent with superpowered extras.
JURASSIC WORLD: FALLEN KINGDOM: Strife finds a way yet again, but how do the giant dinos hold up on the telly?
2001: The ‘unrestored’ Kubrick classic arrives on Ultra HD Blu-ray. Prime your eyeballs for the ultimate trip.
EXTRAS: Geekify your kitchen with a Star Wars cookbook and Game Of Thrones scotch.
ON DEMAND: Some big-hiers ready to stream, including Apostle and 22 July.
Date: Issue 278 - 2018 November