Empire July 2017£4.70
Empire’s 100 Greatest Movies Issue: Five Special Covers! We asked, and in your thousands, you voted. The results of Empire’s 100 Greatest Movies poll were revealed this week, with Empire readers opting to collectively kiss the ring of The Godfather, which took home first prize. Francis Ford Coppola’s crime epic is one of five films from our top 100 to appear on a choice of five collector’s edition covers this month.
Cover #1: this Marlon-Brando-from-The-Godfather cover is an offer you might have difficulty refusing.
Cover #2: you shall not pass by the newsstand without grabbing this The Lord Of The Rings: The Return Of The King cover.
Cover #3: now witness the power of this fully operational Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back cover.
Cover #4: the path of the righteous man leads to this Pulp Fiction cover.
Cover #5: this Raiders Of The Lost Ark cover belongs in a museum!
You will receive one cover selected at random…
Empire presents 101 Classic Scenes£6.99
Empire Presents: 101 Classic Scenes. This Special Collector’s issue celebrates Cinema’s greatest moments – a complete history of film through its most iconic scenes.
Including: Star Wars, The Lord of the Rings, Blade Runner, Iron Man, Casablanca, Rebel without a Clause, The Dark Knight, James Bond, Harry Potter, The Terminator, Full Metal Jacket, Rain Man, Alien and many more!
Empire Summer 2017£4.70
Your friendly neighbourhood Spider-Man is on the cover of your friendly neighbourhood movie magazine! Yes, ol’ sticky fingers is back. Our cover depicts young Peter Parker – in this iteration played by young Tom Holland, of course – showing off his shiny new Stark Industries suit accessorised with a none-more-Millennial pair of bluetooth headphones, all while balancing on New York City subway train, the Avengers tower visible in the Manhattan skyline background.
Our amazing Spider-Man cover is just the tip of an 146-page magazine-shaped iceberg, of course, with a bounty of cinematic goodness within, including eight pages of set reportage from the Spider-Man: Homecoming shoot, plus extensive coverage from the likes of Star Wars: The Last Jedi, Transformers: The Last Knight, Wonder Woman, Valerian, Thor: Ragnarok, Twin Peaks, and really quite a lot more.
BBC History Collector’s edition: The Story of the Victorians£9.99
A dynamic era is explored in this BBC History Magazine collector’s edition – that of the Victorian period, 1837 to 1901
Inside you will find:
◆ A timeline of the key milestones in Victorian history
◆ A cast of intriguing characters, from naturalist Charles Darwin to social reformer Florence Nightingale
◆ A fascinating insight into the marriage of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert
◆ Explorations into the lives of ordinary working people, at work and at play
◆ Dramatic accounts of the events that led to social and political change
◆ Expert analysis of the huge expansion of the British empire and its enduring legacy
Empire June 2017£4.70
In the latest issue of Empire, Ridley Scott is once again unleashing the space-beast that spawned a million bad dreams. Can Alien: Covenant bring terror back to the Alien franchise?
Also inside we have the whole crazy story of Pirates of the Caribbean 5, there’s exclusive access to Spider-Man: Homecoming – the best spidey yet, we investigate HBO’s Veep and much more!
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BBC World Histories Issue 3£6.99
In this issue:
Have empires ever been a force for good?
Africa's cold war- the battle to control a continent
“I spent ten years with the rebels” On the ground in El Salvador's civil war
Crete's fantastic beasts
Reagan's nuclear dilemma – When Star Wards threatened global peace
A history of fake news – How can we combat 'alternative facts'
China's fight for dignity
The real real wild west- Life on America's frontier
The Islamic Enlightenment – the ideas that shaped today's Middle East
Empire May 2017£4.50
In Empire’s May 2017 issue, the Guardians of the Galaxy are back! – Heading up a juicy 146-page spectacular of cinematic goodness. We report directly from the Atlanta set of Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2, speaking to just about everybody you see on that cover and more, including director James Gunn.
Also Inside: We chat to departing Doctor Peter Capaldi; head into space for Ryan Reynolds/Jake Gyllenhaal sci-fi Life; get Paul Feig to interview Richard Curtis; and speak to no less of a cinematic icon than the Governator himself, Arnold Schwarzenegger.
Empire April 2017£4.50
Empire April 17 issue has a world exclusive look at the new Wonder Woman film and her 75 year journey to reach the big screen
Chris Pratt talks about the upcoming Guardians of the Galaxy 2
Previews of Alien: Covenant and the live action Beauty and the Beat
On set visits of Ghost In The Shell, King Arthur and Netflix’s Iron Fist
An interview with Ian McShane
Pluse reviews of all the latest releases on the big and small screen
Empire March 2017£4.50
Pick up a copy of this month’s Empire and you’ll notice it’s gruffer, swearier, hairier, and with more regenerative healing powers than most months. There may even be a slight whiff of cigars about it. That's because Hugh Jackman’s Wolverine is adorning our cover for the last time, in anticipation of the release of Logan. Mr Jackman’s fiery physique is merely the first page of an 154-page marvel of movie goodness – here’s a little taste of what’s inside.
The brooding, brutal mutant dominates our pages this month. Logan promises to be unlike your average superhero movie, and we have assembled never-before-seen images and some in-depth interviews with all the key players, including Jackman, Patrick Stewart, and director James Mangold. Watch out for a surprising anecdote on how Jerry Seinfeld influenced this movie.
Carrie Fisher Tribute
We were shocked to learn of Carrie Fisher’s death shortly after Christmas. For such an important cinematic icon, we felt it necessary to pay tribute in a big way: 24 pages have been devoted to the former Princess Leia, including excerpts from her memoirs, rare photos from the archives, personal essays from the people who knew her best, and eulogies from Empire writers.
Kong: Skull Island
We spent five months and thousands of miles jet-setting around the globe in search of a giant monkey. Our travels taking us to the tropical climes of Hawaii, Vietnam, and Australia – including a place called “Heatstroke Island* – to learn more about the latest monster movie hoping to make a stamp on the big screen.
Plus : Resident Evil; The Great Wall; Lego Batman; The Empire Interview – Christina Ricci and much more!
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BBC World Histories Issue 2£6.99
In this issue:
Did the Cold War ever really end?
Clash of the Empires: The naval battle that shaped 16th-century Europe
“We are living in an age of anger”: The roots of our 21st-century rage
Fidel Castro’s divisive legacy
Syria: Historians predict its future
Exploding the Pharaoh myth: Are our ideas about ancient Egypt wrong?
Trump: Why his win must change our take on history
“They didn’t expect me to survive”: Eyewitness to the WW2 D-Day landings
Russia’s revolutions: How 1917 shaped a century
Empire February 2017£4.50
T2 -Trainspotting ; Taking centre stage is Danny Boyle’s hugely-anticipated follow-up to the classic ‘90s Brit hit. Empire was on set to witness toilet antics and fisticuffs – and interview all the key cast and crew to see if they still have a lust for life.
The Big 2017 Preview- It’s time we showed 2016 the exit and tell it to close the door behind it. This issue, we beckon 2017 in with open arms, and our outrageously massive 18-page (!) annual preview includes exclusive looks at the likes of (deep breath) Kong: Skull Island, Fast & Furious 8, Alien: Covenant, Logan, Dunkirk, Wonder Woman, War For The Planet Of The Apes, Mute, and many many more.
John Wick Chapter 2 ; People keep asking Keanu Reeves if he’s back…yeah, he’s thinking he’s back. Empire pops along to the set of John Wick: Chapter 2 and attempts not to get in the way of a thousand bullets flying every which way. We also learn that Wick will kill “more people than the bubonic plague”.
*Please note cover image may vary as this issue has 4 different covers.
Empire January 2017£4.99
Rogue One: The rebels assemble on Empire's exclusive Star Wars covers!
With six collectible covers featuring Felicity jones as Rebel leader Jyn Erso, Diego Luna as Captain Cassian Andor, Riz Ahmed as Bodhi Rook, Donnie Yen as Chirrut Imwe, Jiang Wen as Baze Malbus, and last, but by no means least (or he'll insult us), is Imperial Droid K-2SO, brought to life via performance capture by Alan Tudyk. He's been reprogrammed to aid the Rebellion, but that doesn't mean he can't be snarky.
The issue has world beating access to 2016's most dangerous mission / hotly anticipated film and comes with a limited edition poster of Star Wars art
Plus The Lord of the Rings at 15 with all new interviews, a Trainspotting 2 exclusive, a first look at Logan, Michael Fassbender interview and massive review of the year!
*You will receive one cover selected at random
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