Steven Soderbergh

The Knick season 1 episode 2 review: Mr. Paris Shoes

Michael Noble Review Oct 24, 2014

The Knick is full of metaphors, both subtle and heavy. At UK viewing pace, here's Michael's review of episode two...

The Knick season 1 episode 1 review: Method and Madness

Michael Noble Review Oct 17, 2014

Clive Owen shines as a driven surgeon in 1900s New York in The Knick. Now it's arrived in the UK, here's Michael's review of episode 1...

Production begins on Magic Mike XXL

Simon Brew News Sep 2, 2014

Steven Soderbergh isn't directing the now-shooting Magic Mike XXL, starring Channing Tatum. But he's still behind the camera....

10 of geek cinema's more curious quirks of fate

Ryan Lambie Top 10 Jul 11, 2014

We take a light-hearted look at a few of the more strange coincidences and quirks of fate in recent cinema history...

Blue Ruin and the brilliance of the low-budget thriller

Ryan Lambie Feature May 8, 2014

Thrillers may be increasingly rare in Hollywood, but the genre continues to thrive in the hands of great indie filmmakers, Ryan writes...

Magic Mike XXL: director found, summer 2015 release locked

Glen Chapman News Apr 16, 2014

UPDATE: Magic Mike 2 will be arriving in cinemas in July 2015...

Tom Cruise and Guy Ritchie for The Man From U.N.C.L.E.

The Man From U.N.C.L.E.
Simon Brew News Mar 19, 2013

The Man From U.N.C.L.E. might finally be heading to the big screen, with Tom Cruise and Guy Ritchie linked with the film...

20 directors who broke through at Sundance

Paul Martinovic Odd List Mar 27, 2013

One of the most important festivals in indie cinema, Sundance has helped launch dozens of filmmaking careers. Including these...

Side Effects review

James Peaty Review Mar 5, 2013

An on-form Steven Soderbergh serves up a cracking medical thriller. Here's James' review of the tense Side Effects...

Steven Soderbergh's retirement: a bad sign for Hollywood?

NP Horton Feature Feb 5, 2013

As director Steven Soderbergh again talks about his imminent retirement, Nick wonders whether it's a sign of Hollywood's creative decline...

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