I want to see this and I want to see it now.
Also: the trailer for Soderbergh’s Behind the Candelabra has finally arrived, and it looks superb.
With a little irony, this promo for a Vegas heist film is hemming pretty close to designs for the only one of Steven Soderbergh’s Ocean’s episodes that isn’t a Vegas heist film.
This week Jason and I try to work out what’s up with the Veronica Mars Kickstarter, question Britain’s ability to make action films, look at Steven Soderbergh’s extraordinary Side Effects… and more.
Behind The Candelabra is set for a release in UK cinemas this Summer.
Soderbergh’s biopic-ish drama about Liberace and Scott Thorson will apparently be his last film.
Looks absolutely fantastic to me.
It’s got that Peter Andrews feeling.
What happens when you take the colour out of Indiana Jones’ adventure?
It’s worth pausing the latest HBO preview for a closer look.
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The bitterest pill is mine to take.
One of my favourites of last year was Steven Soderbergh‘s Contagion, a wonderful blend of drama and horror that played out a nightmarish what-if scenario about a killer virus. It wrapped up beautifully too, drawing a close to its central …
There’s not a lot known about Fast 6, but what do you want to know? There’s going to be cars, there’s going to be cops and robbers, and there’s more than likely going to be a lot of girls in …
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Tagged dwayne johnson, fast 6, fast and furious, fast and furious 6, fast and the furious, fast and the furious 6, furious 6, gina carano, haywire, jason statham, rock, steven soderbergh
Warning: This post contains multiple uses of “fnar”. There was no way around it. So, now I’ve told you what this film is about in the headline, the trailer’s big reveal (fnar) won’t work, but I do look forward to …
This week’s two most interesting releases are Coriolanus, reworking Shakespeare as a modern war film, and Haywire, which contains some of the best action you will ever see. Ever. Also on the slate is Chronicle, which is coming on the …
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Tagged chronicle, coriolanus, film, friday film review, gina carano, glide fm, haywire, joshn trank, ralph fiennes, steven soderbergh
Get the cold shower running in preparation for tonight’s rushes, because Friday night’s theme is all things sexy. From porn stars to a nude performance at an Alvin and the Chipmunks film, these stories run the gamut from steamy to …
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Tagged 4:44 last days on earth, abel ferrara, amanda seyfried, channing tatum, james franco, katrina bowden, magic mike, piranha 3dd, rushes, steven soderbergh, the game
Whatever reasons Steven Soderbergh had for walking away from The Man From UNCLE aren’t upsetting to Guy Ritchie as he’s now made a deal with Warner Bros. to take up the reigns and make it the first project from his …
The heads-in-a-row band across this new UK poster for Haywire spoils the effect somewhat. I wish I could just send it to the cornfield. Steven Soderbergh‘s answer to Bond and Bourne will finally be in cinemas in January – on …