Tag Archives: Steven Soderbergh

Logan Lucky Trailer

Channing Tatum and Daniel Craig star in this heist comedy directed by Steven Soderbergh, who’s come out of retirement…

Sandra Bullock To Star In Ocean’s Eleven Reboot

Yup, we have reached the era of reboots of reboots. Back in 1960, the legendary Rat Pack (Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and Sammy Davis Jr) led a heist movie called “Ocean’s Eleven”. Then, in 2001 Steven Soderbergh remade it with an all-star cast led by George Clooney. Now, we’re getting yet another remake, and thisContinue Reading

Magic Mike XXL Full Trailer

Channing Tatum returns as the infamous male stripper who comes out of retirement to help his old buddies bring back the magic in one last show…

First Look! Magic Mike XXL Poster

Director Steven Soderbergh’s male stripper drama “Magic Mike”, loosely based on the life of Channing Tatum, was a high hit with the ladies. Naturally. So a sequel was a no-brainer. We’re getting most of the original cast returning, including Tatum himself, in “Magic Mike XXL”. Soderbergh however, declined to direct and is back only asContinue Reading

Full Cast & Story Details Revealed For Magic Mike Sequel

While I didn’t enjoy “Magic Mike” as much as most critics, I felt that it was better than some of director Steven Soderbergh’s other recent work like “Haywire”. The movie did handsome business thanks to female audiences flocking to see Channing Tatum take his clothes off repeatedly. A sequel announcement was no surprise. However, SoderberghContinue Reading

Side Effects Trailer

A psychological thriller from acclaimed director Steven Soderbergh, this tells of a young woman who takes a drug to cope with depression, only to face unforeseen consequences…

Magic Mike Trailer

Directed by Steven Soderbergh, this dramedy stars Channing Tatum as a male stripper, in a story based loosely on his real-life experiences!…

Soderbergh’s Liberace Biopic To Be Released On HBO

I guess there isn’t much of a theatrical audience for biographical films about flamboyant gay pianists. At least that’s what Hollywood thinks. Or maybe the economy sucks and financiers are nervous about putting their money on something that doesn’t immediately scream Box Office Goldmine. Whatever the reason, director Steven Soderbergh’s (“Contagion”) planned biopic of theContinue Reading