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Stresses importance of keeping the series grounded
Project already has a title confirmed
The Impossible is gathering awards buzz for its heart-wrenching, nerve-jangling portrayal of real-life survival in the wake of the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami. We talk to stars Naomi Watts and Ewan McGregor and director Juan Antonio Bayona about realistically recreating a natural disaster without exploiting still-raw grief.
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Oct 25th 2012, 16:40
Love your magazine and website. Visit it daily, up to several times a day :)
I am a subscriber through the iPad, but I don't see the new issue yet??
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Oct 25th 2012, 16:47
Has it been 15 years already? Damn Im old
Oct 25th 2012, 18:56
So it's your 200th issue and you place a badly photoshopped poster on the front.
Oct 30th 2012, 13:11
Congratulations Total Film, it really is quite an achievement and I'm proud to say that I've read pretty much every issue. 200 issues though and 196 or so of them without Alex Zane. Speaking of which, why have you stopped putting his column on the website? *goes away and ponders this....*
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