A master of the mystical arts, Doctor Strange is all about bending (or even breaking) the rules of time and space. And if you’re looking forward to the new issue of rich – Plunge into the long-awaited sequel Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness with tons of new interviews and brand new exclusive pictures – you might wish you could conjure up a gold glittering portal to your local newsagents one day in the future to get your hands on a copy.
Unfortunately that is not an option unless you studied in Kamar-Taj. Here’s the next best thing – a sneak peek at this month’s magazine that doesn’t just uncover the multiple realities of Multiverse of Madnessbut also marks 400 editions of rich. Take a look below, find it on newsstands from Thursday 17 March and Pre-order a copy online here.
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness
Alternate Universes. Variants galore. Cosmic Chaos. Doctor Strange gets trippier than ever with a reality-shattering rampage through the multiverse. rich talks to stars Benedict Cumberbatch, Elizabeth Olsen, Benedict Wong and Rachel McAdams, as well as legendary director Sam Raimi, producer Richie Palmer and Marvel boss Kevin Feige to break down the MCU’s stunning next adventure.
Empire 400 celebration
Well, that was a snap, wasn’t it? This month, 400 issues of rich — and to celebrate, we’re looking back at 400 things we’ve learned from our time on the front lines of film journalism. Inside you’ll find secrets and surprises from movie sets, wacky stories from Bill Murray, celebrity’s favorite sandwiches, behind-the-scenes photos galore, all sorts of random Hollywood facts and tales of Sam Neill’s pig Angelica. To 400 more issues.
After The witch and The lighthouseRobert Eggers goes all out in a Viking epic like no other – a seedy, gory tale of revenge with mythic panache. rich meets the director and his cast – including Alexander Skarsgård, Anya Taylor-Joy, Ethan Hawke, Claes Bang and Willem Dafoe – to talk about the film’s uncompromising making.
Everything everywhere at once
Attention, Doctor Strange – there’s another Multiverse movie ready to have everyone scratching their heads. The directing duo Daniels are back with an absurdist existential odyssey that sends Michelle Yeoh on a journey of alternative self-discovery through all sorts of startling realities. rich joins Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert as well as Yeoh and co-star Jamie Lee Curtis to discuss their uncompromising sequel to Swiss army man.
Ivan Reitman remembered
The legendary director of ghostbusters, Twins, David and More – whose work inspired a whole new generation of comedic and cinematic talent – passed away suddenly last month. in his memory rich presents memories and tributes to Kumail Nanjiani, Paul Feig, Todd Phillips, and Phil Lord and Christopher Miller.
Gods Among Us: Jeff Bridges
rich‘s celebration of the monolithic megastars in the movies continues with Jeff Bridges – Digging Into His Career, by The big Lebowski and True gritto iron man, The fabulous Baker Boys, Bad times at El Royale, Tronand The last picture show. The guy stays.
In this month’s Home Entertainment section, we chat with Chloé Zhao about the shared reception and reappraisal of her Marvel epic eternaltalk to the man himself about David Koepp’s most iconic characters, rank the best Nicolas Cage films, revisit the most memorable lines Robocop with writer Ed Neumeier Miller’s Crossing the Masterpiece treatment and much more.
In the news section of this issue, we take an exclusive new look at the featherweight Pyroraptor Jurassic World Dominionspeak the coming Scream Sequel, directed by Matt Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillett, about Snow White starring Rachel Zegler, a fresh look at Jordan Peeles nopeand delve into the many customizations of Pinocchio coming this year.
On the screen
Verifies this issue are the same as from The worst person in the worldgourmet horror Fresherotic thriller Deep waterbritish drama real thingsPixar To redden, The Batmanand much more.
Find the issue on newsstands starting Thursday, March 17 and order online here.