Wednesday, 6 March 2013
Doctor Who Featured On Latest SFX Magazine Cover
The latest issue of the galaxy’s greatest sci-fi magazine, SFX, is on sale now with a Doctor Who world exclusive, a look behind the scenes of Iron Man 3 and a tribute to the great Gerry Anderson.
Check out the new issue of SFX, on shelves now
The Doctor Is In
Executive Producer Caroline Skinner sits down with SFX to talk series 7B, 50th anniversary plans and docu-drama special An Adventure in Space And Time. Plus your first word on the return of the Ice Warrior.
Jenna-Louise Coleman Heroes And Inspirations
Doctor Who’s impossible companion talks My Girl, Anthony Minghella, Marion Cotillard and much more while telling us about the influences that shaped her life.
Iron Man 3
Marvel Studios head Kevin Feige and director Shane Black tell us what to expect from Ol’ Shell Head’s first post-Avengers adventure. Also: Feige on Marvel Studios Phase 2 and Adi Granov’s Iron Man secrets.
Remembering Gerry Anderson
A celebration of the life and works of the FAB televisual trailblazer, including his five most iconic creations, the Anderson shows that never made it to the air and an extensive look back at Stingray.
In The Flesh
Being Human may be no more, but BBC Three have a new zombie show in the pipeline in the form of In The Flesh. We report from the set.
The most terrifying film ever made? The verdict’s still out on that one, but director Fede Alvarez makes a good case for it during our feature preview.
Nicholas Hoult on Jack The Giant Slayer
The former Skins star talks cutting giants down to size, his future in the X-verse and his dream sci-fi project.
The upcoming British fantasy author on her latest, Bath-based novel Between Two Thorns.
Reviewed and Rated
On the big screen: Oz The Great And Powerful and Robot And Frank; on the small screen Breaking Dawn Part II and Dracula on Blu-ray; on the printed page Jo Walton’s Among others, C Robert Cargill’s Dreams And Shadows and an Avengers comic roundup; plus the latest videogames including Aliens: Colonial Marines, Dead Space 3 and Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance.
All our much-loved regulars; a sci-fi babies Couch Potato; our verdict on the last ever episode of Fringe; while in news we take a look at alien invasion thriller Dark Skies, GI Joe: Retaliation and the Radio 4 adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s Neverwhere.