In issue 210 of Total Film magazine - the ultimate comic-book preview - we bring you a plethora of incredible exclusives and insider access to Comic-Con 2013.
Among the many huge comic-book movies that are heading your way - including Joss Whedon’s Avengers: Age Of Ultron and The Amazing Spider-Man 2 - we take a close look at 300 sidequel Rise Of An Empire.
Inside the issue - which is available for just £1.99 on your iPad, we get the lowdown from director Noam Murro, as well as chatting to kick-ass heroine and 300 stalwart, Lena Heady.
You can read the full interview with the Game Of Thrones star inside the issue, but for now, he’s a cheeky extract from what she had to say about 300: Rise Of An Empire…
“It’s huge!” she told us excitedly, revealing that she shot 10 days on the sequel in Bulgaria. “It’s different in that Zack [Snyder] didn’t direct it, so it’s a very different feeling.
“But the film, visually, follows on very much from the original. It’s something that’s so beloved for its physicality and visceral content. I had fun; I got to hold a sword.”
So Gorgo gets in on the action this time around, then. “Yeah! I love all that, I’m such a boy! They’re like, ‘Do you want to come to fight training?’ I’m like, ‘Yes!’”
300: Rise Of An Empire opens in the UK on 7 March 2014.
For much more from Lena Headey, pick up the brand-new issue 210 of Total Film magazine, which is out now!
Inside the issue, you’ll find full Comic-Con coverage of the likes of Joss Whedon on Avengers: Age Of Ultron,X-Men: Days Of Future Past, The Amazing Spider-Man 2, The Crow, Edge Of Tomorrow, Guardians Of The Galaxy, RoboCop, and more, plus Chris Hemsworth, Halle Berry, Lena Headey, James McAvoy and Matt Damon. Seriously, you’re not going to want to miss this one…
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