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Empire Magazine Issue 426 (May 2024) Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga

Empire Magazine Issue 426 (May 2024) Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga

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Empire Magazine Issue 426 (May 2024) Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga

Ready to head back to the Wasteland and experience another outlandish post-apocalyptic vision from George Miller? Well, step this way – Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga is revving up its engine, set to unleash a fresh batch of mayhem on the multiplexes. And the new issue of Empire is a world-exclusive deep-dive into the madness, speaking to Miller and his stars – including Anya Taylor-Joy and Chris Hemsworth – about their all-new action epic.

Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga - Fire. Blood. Oil. Chrome. The world of Mad Max is exploding back onto the screen with the tale of the one and only Imperator Furiosa. We speak to filmmaker George Miller, stars Anya Taylor-Joy and Chris Hemsworth and more, getting the lowdown on Furiosa’s vengeful saga, the mind-blowing action, and Hemsworth’s wild new villain Dementus. Get ready to ride eternal once more.

Civil War - Alex Garland is never anything but bold – and his latest film explores a terrifyingly real conflict in the near-future United States, packed with gritty action and political resonances, following a group of journalists traversing the country as it tears itself apart. He writes exclusively for Empire on bringing his latest uncompromising vision to the big screen.

Abigail - A bunch of horrible criminals. One vampire ballerina. Gallons of gore. The Radio Silence team take a break from Scream for a playful bloodsucking bonanza, boasting an all-star cast. Empire dives head-first into the carnage – speaking to directors Tyler Gillett and Matt Bettinelli-Olpin; writers Stephen Shields and Guy Busick; plus stars Melissa Barrera, Dan Stevens, and Abigail herself, Alisha Weir, about their blood-soaked blast.

The Sopranos At 25 - It’s been a quarter-century since The Sopranos changed TV – and mob mythology – forever. Empire marks the momentous occasion with a roundtable interview, bringing together creator David Chase and cast members Lorraine Bracco, Steven Van Zandt and Edie Falco to look back on the creation of one of the greatest series ever made. Bada-bing.

Carl Weathers - The legendary Carl Weathers leaves a considerable legacy in the wake of his untimely passing. Empire celebrates his most iconic characters and incredible range, looking back on his work in Rocky, Predator, The Mandalorian and more.

Deep Dive: The Ad-Land All-Stars - Back in the ’70s, a raft of rising British filmmakers burst from the TV advertising scene into the upper echelons of Hollywood – changing the game in the process. Empire explores how it happened, charting the impact of Ridley and Tony Scott, Adrian Lyne, Hugh Hudson and Alan Parker.

First Word - In this month’s news section, we take an early peek at Jerry Seinfeld’s Pop-Tarts origin story Unfrosted; dive into the action of Rebel Moon: Part Two – The Scargiver with Zack Snyder; head to the nunnery with Cate Blanchett for The New Boy; set our sights on Hit Man with director Richard Linklater; meet Andrew Scott’s menacing new Ripley; check in to A Gentleman In Moscow with Ewan McGregor and Mary Elizabeth Winstead; break down the biggest Super Bowl trailers; and much more.

Final Cut - In the home entertainment section, we head to candyland with Wonka filmmakers Paul King and Simon Farnaby; revisit the legendary roles of Ray Winstone with the man himself; talk the most powerful moments of How To Have Sex with star Mia McKenna-Bruce; rank the movies of Nicole Kidman; celebrate the greatness of Sleeping Beauty; and much more.

Reviews - In this issue, you’ll find reviews of Denis Villeneuve’s sci-fi epic Dune: Part Two; Ethan Coen’s Drive-Away Dolls; Oscar-nominated animation Robot Dreams; Hirokazu Kore-eda’s latest film Monster; Netflix’s 3 Body Problem; and many more.

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