Black Widow will finally – finally! – get a solo movie later this year (finger's crossed) and we have a huge exclusive report heading up our new issue. Scarlett Johansson, Florence Pugh, director Cate Shortland, Rachel Weisz, David Harbour, and O-T Fagbenle all sat down with Total Film to unpick the new Marvel movie.
On shelves (real and digital) right now, the new issue of Total Film also features previews of some of the biggest movies coming later this year, including Death on the Nile and Rebecca, as well as career-spanning interviews with Brian Cox and Alden Ehrenreich (yes, we spoke about Solo: A Star Wars Story). Read on to find all about the issue!
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Black Widow cover story
The Black Widow movie is almost here! Finally, Natasha gets her own flick – but she's not alone. With her Russian family, she returns to fight another day, and the action looks and sounds seriously impressive. Get the scoop in the new issue.
Death on the Nile
There has been another murder! Total Film meets the cast a crew behind Death On The Nile, including Gal Gadot and Armie Hammer. Plus, Kenneth Branaugh gives us an update on his fabulous moustache.
Total Film meets Han Solo himself to talk about his new series, Brave New World. The star tells us how he manages to stay down to earth while his characters go far out there, man.
The making of Rebecca
It's Armie Hammer, again, but this time he's joined by Lily James and directed by Ben Wheatley. This new take on the classic novel promises to be a bit different – and lot spookier by the sounds of it.
The Witches at 30
The Witches turns 30! Angelica Huston reflects on iconic witch-flick in the new issue – and make sure you watch the movie on Disney Plus to celebrate.
Enjoyed The Batman teaser? We dig a little deeper into the upcoming DC flick, with help from the cast and director Matt Reeves.
Brian Cox career interview
We look back on Brian Cox's career with the man himself. And, despite Logan Roy being one of the most venomous characters on television, the man behind the curtain is a delightful interview.
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