We’ve been waiting for years to find out what Steven Soderbergh wrought with perspective-shifting HBO drama Mosaic, and we’re finally getting a first look. Watch a first trailer for the Sharon Stone-Garrett Hedlund series, and get new details of the 2018 premiere.
It’s been almost two years since Steven Soderbergh had in mind to direct a new HBO project titled Mosaic, one that allowed viewers to shift character perspective. At long last, the Logan Lucky director shares new details on the Sharon Stone series, including a likely 2018 premiere.
A while back, Sharon Stone revealed that she has a “wee part” in an upcoming Marvel film, though she (obviously) wasn’t at liberty to discuss further details. Based on her coy wording, we just assumed she might be playing Janet Van Dyne (aka the original Wasp) in Ant-Man and the Wasp, which would reunite Stone with her Basic Instinct co-star Michael Douglas. The actress has dropped another tiny clue about her mystery Marvel role, but it’s not exactly the most helpful hint. If anything, we’re more confused now than we were before.
With the release of a new Marvel film comes an influx of Marvel news, and in addition to updates on Infinity War, Captain Marvel and that long-awaited Black Widow solo movie, we have a teensy bit of casting news. Sharon Stone says she’s signed on to appear in an upcoming MCU movie, and though she’s (obviously) not at liberty to reveal the film or her role in it, the actress’ choice of words may very well hold a clue.
Steven Soderbergh is no stranger to playing with format, but the Magic Mike director’s latest might require a new Emmy category, by his own admission. Soderbergh has reportedly begun work on a new HBO movie titled Mosaic, featuring Sharon Stone and a unique option that lets audiences choose the ending.
Back in 1992, director Paul Verhoeven unleashed 'Basic Instinct,' starring Sharon Stone as a writer, psychologist, and the prime suspect in a murder investigation, who strikes up an affair with the detective investigating the case, played by Michael Douglas. Originally given an NC-17 rating by the MPAA, the steamy thriller was a massive success and was praised for its groundbreaking depiction of s