By Ryan Parsons | Image property of Warner Bros, Empire
I don't have a subscription to Empire Magazine, so it looks like I'll have to run out to my local newsstand to buy the latest issue. Considering that it provides a sneak peak of Sherlock Holmes, among other films, it's definitely worth the purchase.
Sherlock Holmes Part of Empire's Sneak Peak
If you take a look below you will see the cover of the upcoming issue for Empire; an issue they are calling the "best preview issue ever." So what does Empire have in store?
Alice In Wonderland Bringing you a first look at Tim Burton’s stunning vision of Alice In Wonderland, including new shots of Anne Hathaway as The White Queen, Mia Wasikowska’s Alice, Helena Bonham Carter as The Red Queen and Johnny Depp in his most outlandish get-up to date as The Mad Hatter. Well, it’s the role he’s been preparing for for years, isn’t it?
District 9 South African sci-fi District 9, directed by up-and-comer Neill Blomkamp, looks to be this year’s underground must-see blockbuster-in-the-making. It tells the story of a marginalised society of refugee aliens, cast out and living in Johannesburg’s rundown District 9, who are under threat from a mercenary law-enforcement unit determined to utilise the alien weapons technology. When a human becomes mutated with alien DNA, he is forced to hide in their midst, becoming the most hunted bounty in the country.
Prince Of Persia: Sands Of Time Check out the news section for exclusive new shots of Jake Gyllenhaal and Gemma Arterton looking decidedly sultry, sexy and (strangely) a little bit soggy in the desert for Prince Of Persia: The Sands Of Time, Mike Newell’s swashbuckling Middle Eastern adventure. We get the lowdown from producer Jerry Bruckheimer on why this is could be the next Pirates Of The Caribbean.