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In this week's issue we've gone big on the reboot of Total Recall, going on set of the making of the new Colin Farrell version and interviewing the man himself about stepping into the colossal shoes of one Arnold Schwarzenegger.



But perhaps the highlight of the issue is the incredible cover featuring this illustration by Chris King, showing Colin Farrell appearing from the famous explosive mask from the first incarnation of Total Recall. But in our effort the "two weeks" woman is replaced by Arnold Schwarzenegger, the original Douglas Quaid. We know, we know, skillz right?

Total Recall is out in the UK on August 29th

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