Steven Soderbergh and Scott Z. Burns talk Side Effects -- and collaboration.
And punches and kills in a spy thriller.
And nine more choice flicks.
Steven Soderbergh turns the star-studded Hollywood disaster flick on its head.
The AFI Dallas International Film Festival just released its first list of films selected for this year's shindig, which runs March 26 through April 2 -- with, as noted last month, most of the screenings taking place at the AMC NorthPark. Among the offerings are three world-premiere docs, a Zooey De ... More >>
Soderbergh and solitary on the fest's 25th anniversary
Soderbergh's two Che Guevara films in one four-hour sitting
Reflecting its moment, Cannes 2008 takes a decidedly serious tone
Watch your back, Grisham: Michael Clayton's no ordinary legal thriller
Ocean's Thirteen is a washed-up threequel. How much you wanna bet Hollywood makes a bundle?
Two Dallas filmmakers recall Sundancing as fast as they can
Steven Soderbergh tries, and largely fails, to make 'em like they used to
Know anyone on your Christmas shopping list with really eclectic musical tastes, or perhaps someone who just needs a crapload of red Tower Records shopping baskets? If so, then head to Tower on Lemmon Avenue pretty much, oh, right now. Because come Thursday, it will be gone -- outta bidness, an empt ... More >>
George Clooney and Steven Soderbergh will no longer produce as Section Eight. But Todd Wagner and Mark Cuban will still work with both filmmakers at their respective production companies. Yesterday came word that George Clooney and Steven Soderbergh have decided to shutter their production company, ... More >>
Looks like Steven Spielberg, who apparently used to be a diretor of some note, is no fan of Mark Cuban and Todd Wagner's releasing movies in theaters, on TV and DVD the same day, as they did with Steven Soderbergh's Bubble in January. In the new issue of Time, the maker of Hook and Always is asked h ... More >>
Steven Soderbergh's Bubble bursts over a sleepy Midwestern town
A rare superior sequel, Ocean's Twelve entertains with cinematic sleight of hand
This new Italian Job, a remake better than the original, is a steal
Edward Burns rounds up the all-stars and small-stars for a Confidence game
How Steven Soderbergh kept the Terry Southern tale from turning tragic
A: Buy the DVD for Full Frontal
The year's best featured plenty of Sad White Guys
Perhaps the DVD of Solaris will fill this promising film's emotional holes
Back in the old neighborhood, buddies gather for a great con job
Soderbergh shoots in digital and hits the target: Hollywood
Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots (Warner Bros.)
For 15 years, the Dallas Video Fest has flickered on the fringe
Soderbergh and Clooney knock over Vegas without much to show for it
Bandits holds out for a hero and gets two: Willis and Thornton
With Traffic, Steven Soderbergh takes on the unwinnable drug war
A great 1999 made it just a decent 2000 in theaters
Julia Roberts fights injustice while trying to keep her top on
Or: Where in the hell are Three Kings and Election?
Joking around, or not, with Limey director Steven Soderbergh
The Limey proves style can sometimes enhance the gritty substance
Smart and funny, Out of Sight is the best Elmore Leonard adaptation yet
Most of the year's best films were from the outside looking in
Soderbergh operates far too much on Gray's Anatomy
The Mystery of Rampo dives into the dark heart of a troubled master