It’s a mere three days until you can get your hands on the brand spanking new issue of Hunger magazine, and the time has finally come to reveal our cover stars. So – drum roll please – here they are.

In this issue we shine a spotlight on burgeoning A-lister Rebel Wilson who tells us why she’s changing the Hollywood landscape: “Before, it was all glamorous types like Kate Hudson who served as, like, the female equivalent of a ʻstraight manʼ. Now itʼs turning, and itʼs really good.”

We then speak to musical icons Debbie Harry and Bryan Ferry. Debbie tells us why, despite her success she’s not keen on walking down memory lane, while Bryan shares these pearls of wisdom: “Occasionally people come along, who are just so good at what they do and so convinced that what they are doing is right, and it sounds and looks so different that it shocks people.”

Finally British actor Chiwetel Ejiofor graces our fourth cover, and if you aren’t familiar with his work, you soon will be. Next starring in 12 Years A Slave, which has already been tipped for Oscar glory, Chiwetel tells us why he likes to submerge himself in his work to the point that he’s not self-conscious about what he’s doing. And with the praise he’s getting for this role he’s got nothing to feel self-conscious about.

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The Hunger Games: Kurt and Bart

Published on 21 November 2014

The costumes designers of Hunger Games: Mockingjay talk us through the designs in this year’s biggest blockbuster.

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Angelina Jolie to quit acting

Published on 20 November 2014

The Oscar winner describes “never feeling comfortable as an actor” and reveals ambitions for a career as director.

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This Week’s Short: La Carnada

Published on 17 November 2014

In this week’s short, 13 year-old, Manny from Tijuana embarks on a drug smuggle across the “Devil’s Highway”.

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Matt Damon Will Be Bourne…Again

Published on 10 November 2014

Matt Damon is set to reprise his role as super-agent Jason Bourne. Captain Phillips director Greengrass also returns to the director’s chair.