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Scenic Routes: After years of disappointing films, does Neil LaBute’s first still hold up?

In Scenic Routes, Mike D’Angelo looks at key scenes, explaining how they work and what they mean. When he won the Palme D’Or at Cannes for his first feature, Sex, Lies, And Videotape, Steven Soderbergh famously opened his acceptanceShow More Summary

‘The Knick’ Season Two Teaser: San Francisco Gets Sick

Here’s a gorgeous teaser for The Knick season two, which comes complete with an announcement that Steven Soderbergh‘s excellent series returns to Cinemax on October 16. Clive Owen and most of the rest of the S1 cast returns, but this...Show More Summary

‘The Knick’ Will Return October 16; Teaser Hints at San Francisco Bubonic Plague Subplot

With its putrefying noses, cocaine-injected phalluses and depiction of brutal racism in turn-of-the-century NYC, The Knick‘s first season was one of the toughest watches on television in 2014. With Steven Soderbergh directing every episode,...Show More Summary

The Knick Gets an Official Return Date, Second Season Will Pass Through San Francisco

Steven Soderbergh's turn-of-the-20th-century drama, The Knick, injected more style into the medical show genre than it's ever seen — so much so Matt Zoller Seitz called it "the greatest sustained display of directorial virtuosity in the history of American TV." Season two, needless to say, has a lot to live... More »

'Leaky' Vaccines May Create Stronger Viruses

An international team of scientists have confirmed that vaccines can contribute to the development of virulent virus strains. The controversial “supervirus” theory, known widely from the 2011 Steven Soderbergh film Contagion, purports...Show More Summary

How Steven Soderbergh Meticulously Crafts Knick Scenes

A new digital book chronicles the process by which episodes of the Cinemax show is made. The post How Steven Soderbergh Meticulously Crafts Knick Scenes appeared first on WIRED.

Video Journeys closing in Silver Lake

Customers like the deep inventory of films in stock. THR's story drops names like Kyle Chandler, Steven Soderbergh and Keanu Reeves.

Why Steven Soderbergh Quit Making Movies

2 months agoArts : Modern Art Notes

“The bottom line when people talk about all the reasons, you know the biggest reason? It stopped being fun. It just stopped being fun. It really wasn’t. That’s a big deal to me. It may sound like “Why do you have to have fun to go to work?” I don’t know. I like to be […]

Magic Mike XXL reviewed: stripping can be sexy – but lying on a pinned-down woman’s face is not

It’s hard to overstate how much I wanted to like Magic Mike XXL, the sequel to the 2012 Steven Soderbergh hit about male strippers. I have long proclaimed loudly to… Continue reading The post Magic Mike XXL reviewed: stripping can be sexy – but lying on a pinned-down woman’s face is not appeared first on Spectator Blogs.

'Magic Mike XXL' a winding, grinding sequel, reviews say

2 months agoHealth : Booster Shots

Three years after Channing Tatum and Steven Soderbergh explored the dark side of, ahem, grinding out a living in the world of male strippers in "Magic Mike," they're back with a celebratory sequel, "Magic Mike XXL."

Magic Mike Gets Ripped To Pieces In Latest Honest Trailer

Magic Mike always seemed like an odd proposition for a film. At the time, Channing Tatum was still seen as a pretty but dumb actor, so the idea of him mixing it up with Steven Soderbergh, one of the great modern filmmakers, for an auto-biographical story about his time as a male stripper, was hard for people to get their heads around. Show More Summary

The Substance-Free ‘Magic Mike XXL’ Is a Giddy, Cheerful Encore to a Much Better Film

When is a Steven Soderbergh movie not a Steven Soderbergh movie? That’s the question asked by Magic Mike XXL, the new sequel to Soderbergh’s 2012 hit and the first film in which he’s been a major player since his “retirement” the following year. … Read More

Movie Review: Magic Mike XXL gives the people what they want

“Picaresque” might seem like an odd word for a male-stripper comedy produced by a major film studio, but that’s the most accurate adjective for Magic Mike XXL. Where the first Magic Mike was a Steven Soderbergh dramedy whose trailers...Show More Summary

The Year's Best Direction Goes to The Americans

All this week, the Vulture TV Awards honor the best television from the past year. Up next, Matt Zoller Seitz provides audio commentary for his pick for Best Direction of the year. Steven Soderbergh, The Knick ("Get the Rope") Thomas Schlamme, The Americans ("Open House") Miguel Sapochnik, Game of Thrones ("Hardhome") Ryan... More »

With 'Five-O' on hiatus, Scott Caan gets to play (in a play he wrote)

3 months agoHealth : Booster Shots

The playwright Scott Caan - yes, the same square-jawed Scott Caan who has appeared in Steven Soderbergh's "Ocean's Eleven" franchise and was nominated for a Golden Globe for his portrayal of Danny "Danno" Williams on CBS' "Hawaii Five-0" - doesn't know from hiatus. While his hit TV show is on summer...

Contest: Chicago, grab some singles: See Magic Mike XXL early and for free

In 2012, cinematic chameleon Steven Soderbergh surprised everyone when his film Magic Mike was more than (well-oiled) skin deep. This summer, the stripper-with-a-heart-of-gold movie gets a sequel in the form of Magic Mike XXL, but will...Show More Summary

Steven Soderbergh TV series 'The Girlfriend Experience' filming in Chicago

Steven Soderbergh's "The Girlfriend Experience" is scheduled to briefly film in Chicago next week and is in need of extras.

How Much Frontal Will Channing Tatum Show In Magic Mike XXL?

We all expect Magic Mike XXL, the sequel to Steven Soderbergh's somewhat surprising 2012 hit about male strippers, to be fairly racy. The first film gets a bit naughty from time to time, but according to star Channing Tatum, XXL upsShow More Summary

Someone Combined Jedi With Ocean's Eleven, Creating Ackbar's Eleven

Some genius has taken the dialogue from Steven Soderbergh’s Ocean’s Eleven and layered it over the scenes of Admiral Ackbar gathering the rebels before the assault at the end of Return of the Jedi. Instead of going over how to blow up the Death Star, the characters now go through the Ocean's Eleven... More »

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

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