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Josh Meyers Upped To Series Regular On ‘Red Oaks’

Josh Meyers, who appeared in the pilot episode, has been promoted to series regular in Amazon Studios' comedy Red Oaks, exec produced by Steven Soderbergh and exec produced/directed by David Gordon Green. Set in summer 1985, Red Oaks...Show More Summary

/Filmcast Ep. 319 – Tomorrowland

David, Devindra, and Jeff continue their coverage of SIFF, discuss one of Steven Soderbergh’s underappreciated thrillers, and wonder how some great films get lost in the ether. Also, in this week’s After Dark, the guys discuss how difficult it is to come up with a lasting, meaningful name for something. Show More Summary

Weekend Movie Review: Chocolate City

4 days agoLGBT / Gay : Towleroad

Tyson Beckford headlines at Chocolate City's club BY NATHANIEL ROGERS So ballsy: CHOCOLATE CITY, a black rip-off of Magic Mike, actually name checks Steven Soderbergh's Magic Mike (2012) twice -- once in its opening scene even! -- and names it...

Watch: Tatum Takes Some Of It Off in Full 'Magic Mike XXL' Trailer

"Are you ready to be exalted?!" I hope so. Warner Bros has debuted the fun, full-length theatrical trailer for Gregory Jacobs' Magic Mike XXL, the sequel to Steven Soderbergh's breakout 2012 summer hit Magic Mike, about male strippers from Florida. Show More Summary

‘Magic Mike XXL’ Trailer: Channing Tatum’s Still Got Some Magic in That Mike

Steven Soderbergh’s Magic Mike was a thoughtful examination of the American dream, but of course the real draw was the gyrating hardbodies on stage. So far, Magic Mike XXL seems to be leaning into that raunchy appeal, with a marketing campaign heavy on half-naked torsos and naughty puns. Show More Summary

Emmy Contenders: Andre Holland on the gore and greatness of 'The Knick'

Andre Holland from Steven Soderbergh's acclaimed medical drama "The Knick" dropped by the Los Angeles Times' television studio recently to talk about the show, its gory operating room scenes and his complex character, surgeon Algernon Edwards.

No Strings

James Spader is profiled in today’s Times. He plays the robot villain in Joss Whedon’s Avengers: Age of Ultron—but for me he’ll always be Graham Dalton, the all-too-human center of Steven Soderbergh’s sex, lies, and videotape. (Checking the release date… Continue reading ?

Jackson Arn on Steven Soderbergh’s Re-Cut of ‘2001’

Good piece by Jackson Arn for Film Comment: These kinds of complaints are inevitable, but Soderbergh rises above them with his bold reimagining of Kubrick’s work. The new center of gravity in 2001.5, uniting the visceral and the coldly Kubrickian,...Show More Summary

How The OCEAN’S Trilogy Gave Steven Soderbergh The Chance To Perfect Himself

last monthHumor / odd : Badass Digest

The trilogy offers an abridged timeline of Soderbergh's stylistic evolution.

Hard Times

When Steven Soderbergh’s Magic Mike was released in the summer of 2012, it was widely seen as reflective of the precarious economic times: Watching good-looking, down-on-their-luck men like Mike (Channing Tatum) and his wide-eyed protégé...Show More Summary

Newswire: Mary Lynn Rajskub joins the Girlfriend Experience TV show

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Mary Lynn Rajskub—best known for playing Chloe on 24—has signed on to Starz’s TV series adaptation of Steven Soderbergh’s The Girlfriend Experience. The original movie version starred porn star Sasha Grey as a woman who, essentially, gets paid to be someone’s girlfriend. Show More Summary

The Knick

Steven Soderbergh’s new TV series, the medical period drama The Knick, seems like it should be proof of détente in the bogus yet heated conflict between television and movies. Soderbergh, a film director who in recent years has had...Show More Summary

'Bad guy' Luis Guzmán has fun being evil in 'Ana Maria in Novela Land'

3 months agoEntertainment / Film : LA Times

He's "that guy" — the chest-baring club owner in Paul Thomas Anderson's "Boogie Nights," the undercover DEA agent in Steven Soderbergh's "Traffic," the recovering thug in Peter Segal's "Anger Management." Luis Guzmán, who has appeared in more than 70 films, is adding another...

Starz Casts Lead For The Girlfriend Experience!

Starz has cast Riley Keough as the lead for its original anthology series The Girlfriend Experience, inspired by the Steven Soderbergh film of the same name. Keough will star as Christine Reade, a law student who becomes intrigued when...Show More Summary

Riley Keough to Headline The Girlfriend Experience

3 months agoFilm / New Releases : Coming Soon

The Steven Soderbergh film is becoming a new 13-episode series on Starz The post Riley Keough to Headline The Girlfriend Experience appeared first on

Starz Casts Riley Keough in 'The Girlfriend Experience'

Series From Steven Soderbergh, Philip Fleishman, Lodge Kerrigan and Amy Seimetz Explores a World Where Love Has a Price

Nick Jonas Drinks at Añejo Tequileria; Bill de Blasio Eats at the Odeon

He's legal now. This week around New York, pregnant Liv Tyler ate for two at Cipriani, while Steven Soderbergh and Clive Owen talked business at Hilo, and Nick Jonas autographed a couple of barrels of tequila at Añejo Tequileria y Resta. Show More Summary

A Trailer For MAGIC MIKE XXL Promises Hunky, Heaving, Crotchly Fun!!

Our first look at the July 1 release. Read the full article on AICN Here’s the first trailer for the MAGIC MIKE sequel which arrives on screens July 1.   Steven Soderbergh, who helmed the first picture, does not reprise that task here...Show More Summary

‘Magic Mike XXL’ Poster Revealed; First Trailer Hits Wednesday

4 months agoEntertainment / Film : SlashFilm

Steven Soderbergh‘s Magic Mike was a thoughtful examination of the American Dream, but it was also a glorious celebration of glistening manflesh. While it remains to be seen if the Gregory Jacobs-directed sequel will be the former, the first teaser poster confirms it will definitely be the latter. Show More Summary

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