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Jeff Daniels and Scoot McNairy Eyed for Netflix Western Series ‘Godless’

by Kevin Fitzpatrick May 27, 2016 @ 10:53 PM
Summit Entertainment / AMC
Just when you thought you’d lost count of the Netflix original series in development, here comes number … uh, moving on! Scott Frank and Steven Soderbergh’s new Western miniseries Godless has begun casting, with none other than Newsroom alum Jeff Daniels and Batman v. Superman bomb Scoot McNairy eyed for leading roles.

Daniel Craig Joins Steven Soderbergh’s ‘Logan Lucky,’ Adds Some Fuel to the Bond Fire

by Britt Hayes May 26, 2016 @ 5:21 PM
Sony Pictures
This whole “will they or won’t they” thing between Daniel Craig and the James Bond franchise has become more ridiculous than Ross and Rachel. And now Craig is adding a bit more fuel to the Bond-fire as the actor is preparing to join the cast of Steven Soderbergh’s Logan Lucky, making his return to the world of 007 seem increasingly unlikely.

Jennifer Lawrence Rumored For ‘Ocean’s 11’ Reboot

by Britt Hayes May 13, 2016 @ 5:29 PM
The Weinstein Co.
That ol’ grain of salt goes without saying (seriously, we need a better phrase) for the latest report regarding the female-centric Ocean’s 11 sequel / reboot. Jennifer Lawrence may be reuniting with Hunger Games director Gary Ross for the upcoming project, which is being produced by original Ocean’s trilogy director Steven Soderbergh.

Steven Soderbergh’s ‘Logan Lucky’ Adds Adam Driver and Riley Keough, Loses Michael Shannon

by Britt Hayes May 11, 2016 @ 5:29 PM
Those rumors from a few months back have (thankfully) proven true, as it would appear that Steven Soderbergh is plotting his first feature film since 2013. Titled Logan Lucky, the heist film reunites Soderbergh with Magic Mike star Channing Tatum, and although Michael Shannon has unfortunately dropped out of the project, a few more actors have joined the lineup.

Steven Soderbergh Reunites With ‘Out of Sight’ Scribe for ‘Godless’ Netflix Series

by Britt Hayes March 1, 2016 @ 8:01 PM
According to Steven Soderbergh, it may be a couple of years before we return to The Knick (or something like it), but in the meantime the semi-retired filmmaker is working on an ambitious HBO film with Sharon Stone, a potential return to the big screen, and producing three television series. We can add another project to his growing pile of work, as Soderbergh is set to reunite with Oscar-nominated Out of Sight scribe Scott Frank for a new Netflix series.

Soderbergh’s ‘Girlfriend Experience’ TV Series Gets New NSFW Trailer

by Kevin Fitzpatrick January 22, 2016 @ 9:57 AM
When trafficking in premium cable series about the exploration of escort culture, “NSFW” feels like a given. Still, with a name and pedigree like Steven Soderbergh or Starz’s The Girlfriend Experience TV adaptation, the series is expected to draw plenty of eyes. Before its big Sundance premiere, take a look at Riley Keough in The Girlfriend Experience with a brand-new trailer.

Now Steven Soderbergh Wants in on an ‘Extreme’ Season 3 of ‘The Knick’

by Kevin Fitzpatrick January 19, 2016 @ 9:27 PM
Last we heard of period favorite The Knick, director Steven Soderbergh seemed ready to step down if Cinemax opted to press forward with a third and fourth season. There’s still no official word if The Knick will return, or in what capacity just yet, but now Soderbergh might return behind the camera after all, promising a “pretty extreme” third season.

Steven Soderbergh Wants ‘The Knick’ to Run Six Seasons

by Kevin Fitzpatrick January 8, 2016 @ 2:28 PM
It’s been a few weeks since the Season 2 finale of Cinemax-Soderbergh medical period drama The Knick, which itself … well, it didn’t leave prospects for the series (or star Clive Owen) in a great place. We’ve heard that Steven Soderbergh might step back for a possible third, even fourth season, but now the revered director envisions it to run as long as six.

Steven Soderbergh Confirms ‘The Knick’ Exit, Possible Season 3 and 4 Plans

by Kevin Fitzpatrick December 22, 2015 @ 5:48 PM
Those following Steven Soderbergh’s fantastically auteur medical drama The Knick understandably found themselves aghast at the Season 2 finale, a stark reminder that Soderbergh and series star Clive Owen only signed on for two years. Now, the director confirms that he himself will exit the series, though Cinemax may well move forward with a Season 3 (and 4) that looks markedly different.