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Empire magazine is the most popular movie magazine in the world - a true blockbuster title for film fanatics, covering the biggest and best films to grace the big screen. Featuring honest reviews of all the latest movies to hit the cinema, along with frank, eye-opening interviews with the world’s biggest movie stars, Empire is simply the only choice for dedicated film buffs.


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Empire  |  November 2016  


DOCTOR STRANGE: MARVEL'S WEIRDEST SUPERHERO MOVIE EVER
Doctor Strange has been a niche interest ever since he sprang from the peculiar brain of Spider-Man artist Steve Ditko in 1963. While writer Stan Lee provided the mystical gobbledegook (“By the Crimson Bands of Cyttorak!”), the series’ main attraction was Ditko’s vertiginously inventive artwork. Ditko was no hippie, but his ahead-of-its-time blend of Eastern mysticism and trippy visuals made the Sorcerer Supreme the counter culture’s favourite superhero: he was namechecked by Pink Floyd, T. Rex and Ken Kesey’s Merry Pranksters, and beloved by aficionados of hallucinogenic drugs and progressive rock. Still, his adventures were never among Marvel’s top sellers and he’s always been a tough nut for Hollywood to crack. But with great box office comes great responsibility, and Marvel has recently gambled on more obscure characters, Guardians Of The Galaxy, Ant-Man, with knockout results ($773 million and $519 million worldwide respectively). “If we had just made Iron Man 7, people might be getting tired,” says president of Marvel Studios Kevin Feige. “That’s why we want all the movies to be distinct. Doctor Strange is unlike anything we’ve done before.”

Since it’s launch way back in 1989, Empire magazine has been keeping film fanatics up-to-date with the most hotly anticipated titles to hit the screens around the world for over 25 years - and it has become the UK’s best selling movie magazine in the process.


Whether it’s the next Marvel blockbuster or a relatively unknown indie arthouse flick, you can be sure that Empire will be there to rate and review all the latest releases that deserve your attention each month. Plus, you’ll enjoy full coverage of Empire’s annual awards and have the opportunity to get involved in their reader voting.


Famed for their honest and revealing interviews with the world’s biggest actors and actresses, Empire offers you the inside track into the behind-the-scenes chatter, gossip and eye-opening insight of how the films you love come to be - browse through exclusive photoshoots of soon-to-be-famous movie sets!


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What’s more, look out for Empire’s popular ‘Top 10’ features, where staff countdown the ten best scenes in every conceivable category such as the ‘10 best fight scenes’ - the question is, will you agree with them?  

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8 Customer Reviews
   One of the best film magazines out there Reviewed Wednesday, September 13, 2017
Great for all film critics and buffs with many details of upcoming features
   The best film magazine out there Reviewed Tuesday, August 1, 2017
Well written reviews of the latest films, broad range of content and excellent in depth interviews with the stars.
   Great film and TV magazine Reviewed Saturday, June 3, 2017
Empire is a great read for in depth articles and features on upcoming blockbusters and TV shows. It also features smaller less well known ones and can be a great way to discover new interests.
   The best film mag out there! Reviewed Thursday, March 20, 2014
As a film nerd, Empire magazine makes compulsive reading. While I don't always agree with their film ratings, the reviews are consistently well written. They have an extensive features section, which is normally informative and entertaining.
   My only movie mag Reviewed Monday, March 17, 2014
Possibly one of the last movie magazines to be genuinely insightful, informative, current and fun to read!
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Empire   |   November 2016   


DOCTOR STRANGE: MARVEL'S WEIRDEST SUPERHERO MOVIE EVER
Doctor Strange has been a niche interest ever since he sprang from the peculiar brain of Spider-Man artist Steve Ditko in 1963. While writer Stan Lee provided the mystical gobbledegook (“By the Crimson Bands of Cyttorak!”), the series’ main attraction was Ditko’s vertiginously inventive artwork. Ditko was no hippie, but his ahead-of-its-time blend of Eastern mysticism and trippy visuals made the Sorcerer Supreme the counter culture’s favourite superhero: he was namechecked by Pink Floyd, T. Rex and Ken Kesey’s Merry Pranksters, and beloved by aficionados of hallucinogenic drugs and progressive rock. Still, his adventures were never among Marvel’s top sellers and he’s always been a tough nut for Hollywood to crack. But with great box office comes great responsibility, and Marvel has recently gambled on more obscure characters, Guardians Of The Galaxy, Ant-Man, with knockout results ($773 million and $519 million worldwide respectively). “If we had just made Iron Man 7, people might be getting tired,” says president of Marvel Studios Kevin Feige. “That’s why we want all the movies to be distinct. Doctor Strange is unlike anything we’ve done before.”
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