Steven Soderbergh interview: Logan Lucky
The IndependentSteven Soderbergh interview: Logan Lucky director on studios, pseudonyms and making a film impossible to hate ...The IndependentIncredibly versatile and efficient director (just ask Adam Driver) Steven Soderbergh stops in to Kernels this week to talk to host Christopher Hooton about coming out of retirement, fucking with the studio system and the value of pseudonyms, before ...
Posted on 12 September 2017 | 5:29 am
Steven Soderbergh On 'The Girlfriend
DeadlineSteven Soderbergh On 'The Girlfriend Experience' Season 2, 'Logan ...DeadlineEXCLUSIVE: “Look, the shows are designed to be confrontational,” says Steven Soderbergh of the second installment of The Girlfriend Experience, just before ...and more »
Posted on 9 September 2017 | 11:01 am
Steven Soderbergh Talks Mysterious New
Bleeding Cool NewsSteven Soderbergh Talks Mysterious New Interactive HBO Project 'Mosaic'Bleeding Cool NewsYou can tell that writer/director Steven Soderbergh is one of those people that when they say they're going to “take a break,” what that usually means is that they're “only” going to work on 12 projects at the same time instead of the usual 18-24 projects.
Posted on 6 September 2017 | 12:46 pm
Steven Soderbergh wants to change
The Mercury NewsSteven Soderbergh wants to change Hollywood's game planThe Mercury NewsSoderbergh says in an interview at the modest office. “Of course my answer to that would have been: The only thing I would have come out of retirement for is to make something like this. I wasn't going to come out of retirement and not make something fun.'Logan Lucky' continues Steven Soderbergh's love affair with heist moviesHypable'Logan Lucky' Breaks the Mold for Racing Films | Entertainment ...ithaca.comLogan LuckyThe Studentall 11 news articles »
Posted on 1 September 2017 | 3:30 pm
Steven Soderbergh's Tangy, Folksy Return
The New YorkerSteven Soderbergh's Tangy, Folksy Return with “Logan Lucky”The New YorkerThere 's something extraordinarily jazzy about “Logan Lucky,” Steven Soderbergh's new film—his return to the feature-film arena, the first that he has directed since “Side Effects” (2013).* It's based on an old, familiar, even hackneyed theme—it's a ...Steven Soderbergh interview: 'Daniel Craig is the exact opposite of a brooding actor – he's a blast'Telegraph.co.ukLogan Lucky review – Steven Soderbergh's bank heist pays offThe GuardianSteven Soderbergh's Perspectives On Filmmaking And Sex Are Both Hilariously SelfishCinema BlendEmpire -gulfnews.com -New York Postall 65 news articles »
Posted on 24 August 2017 | 2:00 am
Benicio del Toro: five best moments
In Steven Soderbergh’s ambitious two-part biopic, what should have been Del Toro’s magnum opus didn’t really land quite as expected. Which is a shame, as there’s still plenty to admire, especially in his restrained and committed central performance.
Posted on 23 August 2015 | 5:51 pm
How Amazon is taking over television
Woody Allen recently announced he would be working with Amazon on his first TV show, and the company, under its production arm, Amazon Studios, is also producing a new comedy by Steven Soderbergh, a film by Spike Lee and an adaptation of the Philip K Dick ...
Posted on 22 August 2015 | 8:38 pm
TIFF 2015: Piers Handling looks back at
“So many important directors are starting to gravitate in that direction,” he says, citing examples as disparate as American Steven Soderbergh and Italian Paolo Sorrentino. “When our constituency starts to do that, you have to follow. You know that ...
Posted on 22 August 2015 | 1:19 am
Red's New 8K Shooter Is the Ultimate Action
The Red One did just that, wowing Hollywood auteurs like Peter Jackson and Steven Soderbergh in the process. Subsequent generations were smaller, enabling cameramen to shoot in spectacular new places. The Weapon Dragon is the latest iteration. It’s ...
Posted on 21 August 2015 | 1:31 pm
The Creative Apocalypse That Wasn’t
Steven Soderbergh apparently felt so strongly about the shifting environment that he abandoned theatrical moviemaking altogether last year. Is Bailey’s criticism really correct? If you make a great midbudget film in 2015, is the marketplace less likely ...
Posted on 21 August 2015 | 8:44 am