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Famous Monsters of FIlmland #287 (Newsstand)

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Godzilla is back on the big screen this summer with Toho’s newest entry, and we’re looking at the world’s mightiest monster’s illustrious path of destruction while shining a spotlight on the 1962 fan-favorite KING KONG VS. GODZILLA. We go behind the scenes of the highly anticipated super villain saga SUICIDE SQUAD as it strikes at the box office, and we also pull the curtain back on some serious secrets at SFX powerhouse Industrial Light & Magic. Plus, cool new media picks and recommendations, fun vintage monster movie photos in Forry’s Ack!-ives, and so much more!

NEW INTERVIEWS AND EXCLUSIVES IN FM #287 INCLUDE:
WHO IS FORRY?: As we approach Forrest Ackerman’s centennial celebration, we scratch the surface of the FM pioneer’s life.
SUICIDE SQUAD: Director David Ayer details the challenges of adapting the fan-favorite comic and reinventing The Joker for the big screen.
KING KONG VS. GODZILLA: The ultimate titan match-up of the early ’60s set the stage for the classic kaiju clashes we know and love.
ALIEN CON PREVIEW: Find out what’s in store as FM teams with History and A+E for the ultimate out-of-this-world convention this October. 
ESCAPE FROM NEW YORK: John Carpenter exclusively revisits his 1981 classic along with previews of his new comic and HALLOWEEN reboot.
BEAUTY AND THE BEAST: Bond girl Léa Seydoux and Vincent Cassel headline the newest big-screen spectacle imported from France.
SKULL ISLAND: REIGN OF KONG: Grab your adventurer’s hat and prepare to face Kong in Universal Orlando’s new summer attraction. 
FAMOUS MONSTER KID: JOHN CARPENTER The Master of Horror shares his fondness for FM and for Uncle’s Forry’s “corny” jokes!
TIME BANDITS: Terry Gilliam goes back in time and behind the scenes to explain how he brought his 1981 fantasy to life, just for FM!
PETE’S DRAGON: Director David Lowery and child star Oakes Fegley share their thoughts as Disney reimagines the beloved ’70s family film.