SFX (September 2015)

SFX is the world's best sci-fi, horror and fable journal. overlaying all components of the style throughout television, videos, books, video games, collectables and comics, each month SFX grants information, good points, particular Q&As, behind-the-scenes tales, big name profiles and television episode publications.

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In most cases, the two aligned. and the Phantom Menace: ha! good one. Oh, wait, you aren’t joking… XenO-PHOBIa I have been experiencing flashbacks involving Brandon Routh flying around in tights and a cape. The blame for this has to sit squarely with Neill Blomkamp and his plans for a fifth Alien film that won’t be Alien 5, but will instead be a kind of sequel to Alien and Aliens, ignoring parts three and four. Didn’t Bryan Singer do exactly the same thing with Superman Returns? Let’s hope that unlike Singer’s take on Superman the belated Alien instalment will be more than just a homage to a much-liked film series before the wheels came off.

It was, according to Jones, inspired by HG Wells’ 1889 short story The Man Who Could Work Miracles, which also centred around someone whose sudden omnipotent power gets him into trouble, but soon “changed dramatically”. It wasn’t to be, however. After years of getting it into shape, the script was scrapped in 2003 when Bruce Almighty – where Jim Carrey’s character is given the power of God – was released. “It was just too similar a premise,” says Jones. But Absolutely Anything wasn’t dead – it was resting.

Secret Cinema Presents nd Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back 4 June-27 September 2015, a top secret location in London Jordan Farley journeys to a galaxy far, far away for the latest Secret Cinema extravaganza A Fter wowing CrowdS © Paul CoChrane with a remarkable recreation of Hill Valley c1955 for last year’s open air Back To The Future screenings, Secret Cinema had a tough task ahead if they hoped to top their most elaborate production yet. With Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back they’ve been (mostly) successful.

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