5 things you didn’t know about Jenna Louise Coleman

5 things you didn’t know about Jenna Louise Coleman

1. Jenna grew up in Blackpool, an English seaside town and was Head Girl at the school she attended.

2. Jenna is a big fan of Mumford and Sons and has said that she listens to them to help psyche herself up before difficult scenes.

3. If she could have been a companion to other Timelord on Dr Who, she would have chosen to be David Tennants’ companion.

4. She played the role of Jasmine for 4 years in Emmerdale, after winning the role whilst studying at drama school.

5. Colemans most embarrassing moment was whilst she was buying a sandwich at Leeds train station. The assistant asked ‘Do you want
a to go for a drink?’ I said ‘I am so sorry, I’ve got a boyfriend’ and he replied, ‘No it’s a meal deal: if you take a sandwich, you can get a drink as well’!

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Starburst Magazines

Starburst Magazine is a science fiction magazine published by Starbust Magazine Limited based in the Manchester in the United Kingdom.  Starburst contains interviews, features, news and reviews of popular sci fi genre including TV, film, books and comic books.  Published monthly.

The first issue was published on 1st December 1977.

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Kim Cattrall making a comeback in 2020

Kim Cattrall is making a comeback in 2020, starring and producing Fox’s Filthy Rich, which follows a Southern family who made their money with a Christian TV network.

Cattrall made her name in Sex and the City alongside fellow co star Sarah Jessica  Parker.

‘I waited a long time to go back to television,’ Cattrall said to People Magazine. ‘It wasn’t
until I saw Sensitive Skin that I really wanted to go back to TV.  I was having a lot of
questions about mid-life crisis, about menopause, about what now, what is the next chapter of my life.”

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Sky Customer Magazines

Sky Customer Magazines

Sky Magazine was a magazine distributed by BskyB  Satellite Service and was only sent to subscribers. These magazines include celebrity interviews, television listings and programme reviews. The Magazine ceased in October 2011.

We have a collection of back issues which are being listed and are now very hard to find, with some great features and interviews.

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Meghan & her Prince Harry – its all about the love!

pIt has to be said, the wedding of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry has to be the best wedding I’ve ever seen.   I mean you have to love a good wedding, but it has to be said their’s was truly special. From the dress, to the looks of love shared between them, the absolutely fantastic choir and of course that speech from Bishop Curry! I mean if I could have him at my wedding, I would book him in a heartbeat, he was just great.

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Mizz Magazine Back Issues

Mizz Magazine 2006

Mizz Magazine 2006

Mizz Magazine was a monthly magazine published in the UK and aimed at the teenage market (age 11-14). First published monthly in April 1985, from March 2006 it was sold to Panini UK and was then published fortnightly until 2012 when it was changed back to monthly. In 2013 the magazine folder.

With lots of celebrity features, and information on how to deal with teenage issues, Mizz magazine has a cult following.

Here at Magazines Celebrity we have a few Mizz Magazine back issues available for sale.

 

 

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Esquire Magazine Back Issues

Esquire Magazine is a men’s magazine, originally published in America and founded in 1933.  It flourished during the Great Depression under the guidance of founders Arnold Gingrich, David A. Smart and Henry L. Jackson.

Packed full of some great features over the years, back issues have become highly collectable.


This issue featuring Donald Trump was signed and authenticated by Donald fetched £305 in March 2017 on an auction website. Another recent issue of Esquire Magazine from June 2016 flaunted Tom Hiddleston on the cover and fetched £29.99 in April 2017.

 

Regular issues can fetch anything from £5.00 to £30.00 and sometimes higher. Depending on the content and cover.

The magazine features regular celebrity articles, as well as articles on culture, food, fashion, business and technical, music and books. It is pitched towards the upscale market, along with the likes of GQ, and pertains to offer a more adult read then the likes of Maxim or FHM.

Each month, Esquire Magazine feature different famous celebrities on its cover along with more pics and interviews inside.

Often featuring babes such as Jenny McCarthy, Zoe Ball, Rachel Weisz and Denise Van Outen. Along with male celebrities such as Tommy Lee Jones, Kevin Spacey, Christan Bale and Daniel Radcliffe.

To check out our full list of Esquire Magazine Back Issues, please check out our website.

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Empire Magazine 337 – Spiderman Subscribers Cover Summer 2017

Spiderman Subscriber Issue

Spiderman Subscriber Issue

The latest issue of the Empire Magazine is now available on our website. This issue is still sealed in its original packaging.

Your friendly neighbourhood Spider-Man adorns the latest cover this month, the subscriber issue features some original hand drawn Alan Davis artwork.  Spidey heads up another packed edition of the world’s biggest movie magazine. Go, web, go! Plus enjoy eight pages of set reports from the Boy Avengers first feature length foray into the Marvel Cinematic Universe. in which we talk to Tom Holland – and, in a world first, also talk to Tom Holland, for what could be our silliest sidebar ever.

Wonder Woman

Also in this issue there is the latest report from DC’s latest superhero extravaganza, visiting the muddy World War I set of the film to learn the secrets of Princess Diana of Themyscira. Plus, we uncover the inside story of how that black-and-white team photo from Batman v Superman came to be.

Transformers: The Last Knight

Michael Bay is a genre unto himself. Embarking on his fifth and final entry in the Transformiverse, Empire is granted extraordinary access to this genre, going behind-the-scenes of the billion dollar franchise, which spans continents, planets, and a timescale of 14 billion years. Autobots, roll out!

Twin Peaks

With David Lynch improbably bringing the mysterious weirdness of Twin Peaks back to the small screen, it’s time to put on a pot of coffee as we delve deep into the strangest stories from the original series. Who is the log lady, anyway?

Valerian And The City Of A Thousand Planets

Luc Besson’s new sci-fi, Valerian And The City Of A Thousand Planets, reportedly contains an astonishing 8,000 alien species. He divluges some concept art for a handful, in a fascinating insight from one of genre cinema’s keenest minds. If you’ve ever wanted to know the cellular make-up of the Azin Mö, this is the feature for you.

Baby Driver

Seatbelts on for Edgar Wright’s latest effort, an extremely fast and furiously original motor movie with a killer soundtrack that could well be 2017’s most original film. We visit the Atlanta set of Wright’s sixth film and chat to him and his co-stars, in between copious coffees and speeding tickets.

The Empire Interview: Chris Evans

Lately, it seems like Chris Evans has been indulging in a bit of art-life imitation, mimicking his superhero alter-ego by taking on real-life Nazis on Twitter. For this month’s Empire interview, we go long with Capt. Rogers himself, talking everything Marvel, motivations, and fighting the good fight on social media and beyond.

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This time, it’s Thor. The God Of Thunder lights up our news section this time around, with a never-before-seen image from the Thorquel – and there’s also exclusive early scraps from the likes of Star Wars: The Last Jedi, The Dark Tower, The Mummy, Preacher, and The Defenders.

Article Courtesy of Empire Online

 

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Soaplife Magazines & First Dates

This evening I’ve enjoyed the delights of listing my Soaplife Magazines whilst watching one of my favourite TV Shows – First Dates!!

I have to say my favourite issue has to be the one featuring the Mini 8 page pull out on Nigel Harman – Inside Soap 29/07/05 – I loved his character in Eastenders and actually shed a few tears when he met his untimely demise!

 

But whilst enjoying my listing time, I have to say I was thoroughly enjoying First Dates until this moment arrived! I mean I love this show, its one of my faves, and I’m all for honesty but I felt this chap was just rude.  John was on a date with Greig. Greig seemed a nice enough chap, but John decided to flirt with the waiter in front of Grieg and then basically asked Greig to leave, so that he could enjoy his dinner in peace! Was it just me who was outraged! I mean how rude! Lets hope they get Greig back on there so we can find him a decent man!!

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Smash Hits Magazine

Smash Hits was a pop music magazine, aimed at teenagers and young adults and originally published in the United Kingdom by EMAP. It ran from 1978 to 2006 and was issued fortnightly for most of that time.

The final issue was printed in early 2006, when the magazine ceased printing due to a decline in sales.

Since then the magazines have grown in popularity, with some rare issues having fetched over £75.00 but prices have settled down and a rare issue now fetches around £20-£30.

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