Tag Archive: Soderbergh

  • 22. ‘Ocean’s Twelve’ (2004)

    How evident is it that the Amsterdam hashish consumed on location had an effect on the final product? Very. While the first movie certainly skirted credibility, this disjointed sequel relies far too much on magical technology and celebrity inside jokes, like Julia Roberts’ Tess pretending to be a Julia Roberts lookalike. It does, to its credit, contain the most blissfully ludicrous scene in the trilogy, wherein

  • For Steven Soderbergh, directing “Haywire” was a way to alleviate some frustrations he felt as a filmgoer. “Why aren’t action movies beautiful?” Soderbergh said following a sold-out screening of his new film at Lincoln Center on Tuesday night. “I see a lot of action films that I think are good action films, but they aren’t beautiful to look at. That just doesn’t make sense to me.” To correct this industry… Continue reading 'Haywire': Steven Soderbergh Talks Gina Carano, 'Beautiful' Action Movies At Lincoln Center Screening

    Earlier this week, ComingSoon.net had the opportunity to have a lengthy phone interview with Oscar-winning filmmaker Steven Soderbergh, whose action-thriller Haywire comes out on January 20. That movie actually shot a few years back and since then, Soderbergh made the viral outbreak thriller Contagion and he’s filmed his next project Magic Mike with Channing Tatum, which we spoke to him about.

    Written by Reid Carolin, Channing’s… Continue reading Exclusive: Steven Soderbergh on Magic Mike , Liberace & Side Effects

    A rolling Steven Soderbergh gathers no moss. Less than two full weeks after leaving the director’s chair for ‘The Man From U.N.C.L.E.,’ the Oscar winner his ‘U.N.C.L.E.’ screenwriter, Scott Z. Burns have announced that they’re shopping ‘The Bitter Pill’ to hungry studios. Per The Hollywood Reporter, ‘Pill’ is described as “a thriller set in the world of psychopharmacology.” Cue comparisons to ‘Inception’! Your pill bottle is… Continue reading Steven Soderbergh Sets 'The Bitter Pill' as 'The Man From U.N.C.L.E.' Replacement

    If you’re an A-list actor who wasn’t considered to replace George Clooney in ‘The Man From U.N.C.L.E.’ then you may not actually be on the A-list. From Johnny Depp to Matt Damon to Ryan Gosling to Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Warner Bros. discussed the lead role of Napoleon Solo in the Steven Soderbergh-directed reboot of the ’60s television series with a reported 20-plus names. That game of Hollywood roulette has… Continue reading Steven Soderbergh May Get Bradley Cooper to Say 'U.N.C.L.E.'