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Media Watch: Filmreview and Xpose

November 9, 2001 at 10:47 pm by xoanon  - 

From: Mark

Here are two new covers for your MediaWatch! Film Review Special #37 and Xpose #62 have just been produced. Film Review and Xpose are just two of our range of TV/film related titles. These are the first covers (and cover features) we’ve devoted to LoTR, but there should be at least one more before the release of Fellowship…

I’ll be preparing web editions with more extensive details, and some excerpts online, next week – but I wanted to try to alert my favorite LoTR fansite before anyone else did www.visimag.com/filmreview/ www.visimag.com/xpose/
are showing the covers now (Scroll down the latter for X62 cover). I’ll be able to send issue-specific links next week once the editions are up.

These details of each issue’s coverage are taken from our online stores, accessible from the two links above:

Xposé #62, December 2001 (Reference #X62) To be published November 15 2001 The Lord of the Rings: Fellowship of the Ring – 16-page centre section on the fantasy movie of the year. Includes an introduction to JRR Tolkien’s Middle-Earth and interviews with director Peter Jackson, Ring-Bearer Elijah Wood (alias Frodo Baggins) and Tolkien expert Brian Sibley, author of The Official Movie Guide and the acclaimed 1981 BBC Radio adaptation. Plus 10 Things… About Christopher Lee, alias fallen wizard Saruman.

Film Review Special #37, Fantasy 2001 (Reference #FS37) Now available Cover: Lord of the Rings: Elijah Wood as Frodo. This issue: a guide to myriad realms mysterious and magical! [100 pages, including] Lord of the Rings (12 pages) – Visit Middle-earth, in Fellowship with John Rhys Davies (Gimli), Orlando Bloom (Legolas) and Viggo Mortensen (Aragorn). With Christopher Lee (Saruman) on why this production is a cinema landmark, Liv Tyler on walking like an elf-princess as Arwen, and a detailed look at the Games Workshop’s battle and strategy LoTR tie-ins.

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