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- Features, interviews and reviews.
- Editors: Dan Whitehead, Nick Nunziata.
- The publisher 'Live Publishing International Ltd' went bankrupt in 2005.
- Website: www.livepublishing.co.uk

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Last updated:
20 June 2011

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Garry Malvern
CONTENTS: 2003 2004 GALLERIES: 2003 2004 All DATABASE INFO
7 listed issue(s)

Issue 7
2004

Spider-Man 2 swings into action to head up the comic book movie special, with the first shots and interviews from Batman Begins, the inside scoop on Blade 3 and the cream of the comic industry dissect the state of superhero movies.
Also in this issue:
- Kevin Smith talks Jersey Girl and Internet idiots
- Cult hero Bill Paxton declares Thunderbirds are GO!
- The Rock turns vigilante...and likes it
- Val Kilmer tackles his prickly reputation
- Hong Kong superstar Sammo Hung talks Baywatch and golf
Plus!
- The best movie books ranked and rated
- The return of the documentary movie
- And the 50 unforgettable - and unforgivable - movie moments you wish you'd never seen.


Issue 6
Winter 2004

Hellboy: the weirdest blockbuster of the year revealed!
Plus our 2004 preview, with over 75 movies to anticipate.
Alien vs Predator: exclusive first on-set report.
The Worst of Hollywood: from crap kung fu to bad beards.
Reviewed: over 30 pages of cinema and DVD reviews.
Interviews with Norman Jewison, Michael Caine, Aaron Eckhart, Ice Cube, Charlize Theron, Ben Kingsley, Jennifer Connelly, Will Ferrell, Ray Harryhausen.
Life after the Ring: Peter Jackson and gang on King Kong, The Hobbit and the future of the Fellowship.


Issue 5
November 2003

Interviewed this month: Tom Cruise on The Last Samurai, Russell Crowe and Peter Weir on Master & Commander, Brendan Fraser and Joe Dante on Looney Tunes: Back in Action, and Will Ferrell on Elf!
Benicio Del Toro
William H Macy
Gus Van Sant
Robert Downey Jr
Takeshi Kitano
Jason Statham
Gina Gershon
Plus: 100 Underrated Movies You Have To See!


Issue 4
October 2003

The Lord of the Rings trilogy is nearing the end, and Movie Insider celebrates with 8 pages of images from the movie and behind-the-scenes, a breakdown of the new trailer and some ruminations on what we might see on December 17th.
Exclusive interview with The Rock as he prepares to take on the action hero crown.
Exclusive interview with Jack Black on his new comedy School of Rock, and the future of Tenacious D.
Mickey Rourke chews the fat on his career as a Hollywood outsider.
Robert Rodriguez on life after Spy Kids and Mariachis.
Hanging with Luke Skywalker and Spongebob Squarepants at the Playboy Mansion.
Over 30 pages of cinema and DVD reviews!


Issue 3
September 2003

The new wave of horror: Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Underworld, The Sin Eater, Cabin Fever, Special Effects Secrets, Stephen King.
Halle Berry talks about her future plans.
Michael Caine on Secondhand Lions.
Spinal Tap reform in A Mighty Wind.
Why Hollywood loves Asia.
Quentin Tarantino spills his guts about Kill Bill.
The latest pics from the set of Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban.
Hobbits and humans share their thoughts on the finale of The Lord of the Rings trilogy.


Issue 2
July 2003

Terminator 3: An exclusive on-set report from Arnie's make-or-break career lifeline. Interviews with cast and crew!
The Hulk: Behind the scenes on the Summer's angriest blockbuster.
Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas: Animation secrets of the swashbuckling family hit.
The 50 Best Movie Kills...Ever!: The goriest feature you will ever read, guaranteed!
Hellboy - exclusive!: The very first on-set look at Guillermo Del Toro's 2004 gothic greatness.
From The Horse's Mouth: Hollywood screenwriter John Rogers' first-hand take on the adaptation game.
Interviews with Neil LaBute, The Fast Show's Charlie Higson, Lou Diamond Phillips on the comeback trail, Rob Zombie on his horror debut and David Benioff, writer of the upcoming historical epic ''Troy''.
25 pages of the latest cinema and DVD releases, torn apart and devoured for your pleasure.


Issue 1
May 2003


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