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X-MEN: DAYS OF THE FUTURE PAST: WORLD EXCLUSIVE COVERAGE
There are exclusives, then there are X-clusives. Speaking to everyone involved in the colossal mutant mash-up, our coverage of the return of Magneto and Chucky X – James McAvoy's words, not ours – is second-to-none. If you consider yourself a fan of the franchise, look no further.

X-MEN: DAYS OF THE FUTURE PAST: THE CAST INTERVIEWED
The producer, screenwriter and director are all very well, but what about the cast? Well, happily for you we were able to sit down with the X-Men past and present, including two Oscar winners, three nominees and some of our favourite people. Get the character lowdowns from the mutant's mouth.


X-MEN INFOGRAPHIC
Confused by all these X-films and X-spin-offs? Worry no more! We have put together an infographic setting out the timeline of the entire thing, including the new film. Hopefully this should make everything clear and help refresh your memory of any you missed.

BRYAN SINGER INTERVIEW
Our resident X-pert, Chris Hewitt, went on set with Bryan Singer and spoke to the director and his sprawling cast to learn everything there is to know about X-Men: Days Of Future Past. "The biggest thing that makes it something more than an X-Men film is the time-travel aspect," says Singer. "And it's sci-fi. I love sci-fi."


THE GREATEST... ROMANTIC GESTURES
The latest in the Lists Of Our Lifetime, to mark our 25th birthday, assembles the greatest romantic gestures in the films of the last quarter-century. From Cyrano De Bergerac to The American President, from The Silence Of The Lambs (yes, really) to Lost In Translation, read this and maybe find some Valentine's inspiration.

NEED FOR SPEED
Like Pete 'Maverick' Mitchell, Aaron Paul feels the Need For Speed this month as the game heads to screens. But to translate the story to the big screen, the crashes are going to be real, with the emphasis on old-school vehicular mayhem rather than CG, to set it apart from all those Fast & Furious-alikes. Prepare your engines with this feature!


NYMPHOMANIAC
Rude! Naughty! Oh god how do I unsee it? Just a few of the reactions people will be preparing to Lars von Trier's latest two-part epic, concerning the sexual (mis)adventures of a girl named Joe. We talked to the cast and crew to get the full story on the most naked film of the year.

WES ANDERSON
As his eighth film, The Grand Budapest Hotel, nears cinemas, we talk to Wes Anderson about his career and films to date, and find out what he's learned from each one, what went wrong or right, and what's so magical about Bill Murray...


ON LOCATION
We travelled to exotic, er, Trafalgar Square to see Doug Liman, Tom Cruise and Emily Blunt face an alien invasion in Edge Of Tomorrow, as well as glamorous Rickmansworth for The Quiet Ones and Hackney Wick for The Anomaly. Thankfully, Bad Neighbours took us to Los Angeles, or we'd have frozen to death.

SLATE
We open in style, with Margot Robbie in a leather catsuit. Then it's a whistlestop tour of 22 Jump Street, the unusual suspects of Guardians Of The Galaxy, a look at Scarlett Johansson in Under The Skin and a tribute to the late, great Peter O' Toole. We finish with Gary Oldman telling us the price of a pint of milk and revealing his nickname…


IN CINEMAS
Spike Jonze's Oscar-nominated Her kicks things off in cinemas this month, trailed by fellow awards contender Dallas Buyers Club. But there's quirkier fare from Jim Jarmusch's Only Lovers Left Alive, action with Peter Berg's Lone Survivor and literary romance in Dickens drama The Invisible Woman, as well as much more.

RE-VIEW
We have pirates in Captain Phillips, hitmen in Leon and Pulp Fiction, psychos in Prisoners and, er, brollies in The Umbrellas Of Cherbourg. Along with games, soundtracks, books and TV (featuring three Musketeers and a wannabe), this has everything you could possibly need to keep you warm through the winter.

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