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Ray Liotta, Actor in ‘GoodFellas,’ Dies at 67

Ray Liotta, the intense actor from New Jersey best known for his turn as the hustler turned mob rat Henry Hill in Martin Scorsese’s GoodFellas, has died. He was 67. Publicist Jennifer Allen told The Hollywood Reporter that the actor died Wednesday night or early Thursday in his sleep in his hotel room while in the […]

Zoë Kravitz in Steven Soderbergh’s ‘Kimi’: Film Review

An agoraphobic tech worker stumbles onto evidence of a major felony on a virtual-assistant data stream but hits a wall of obstruction when she tries alerting her company.

‘Kimi’ Trailer: Zoe Kravitz Toplines Steven Soderbergh’s Cyber Thriller for HBO Max

New Line Cinema and HBO Max have released a teaser trailer for Steven Soderbergh’s tech thriller Kimi. The film sees Zoë Kravitz star as a homebound voice stream interpreter who believes she has listened in on a possible murder and goes down a cyber rabbit hole to solve the mystery. “I think a woman might […]

Steven Soderbergh Shares His Favorite Places to Enjoy a Drink in Los Angeles

As an Oscar-winning director and screenwriter, Steven Soderbergh is inspired by an ever-expanding array of subjects. Environmental activists and epidemiologists are as integral to his oeuvre as drug traffickers and male strippers. But, as a local bon vivant, he’s shockingly predictable. “I would be the easiest person in the world to assassinate,” he tells The […]

Steven Soderbergh, Eddie Alcazar Reteam for ‘Divinity’ Thriller (Exclusive)

Mentor and collaborator Steven Soderbergh and director Eddie Alcazar are reteaming for Divinity, a thriller set to star Stephen Dorff, Moises Arias, Jason Genao, Karrueche Tran and Mike O’Hearn. Soderbergh, who will produce Divinity, earlier partnered up for Alcazar’s hyperstylized sci-fi feature debut Perfect, which stars Abbie Cornish, Garrett Wareing and Courtney Eaton, and debuted […]

Steven Soderbergh, Ed Solomon Team for HBO Max Limited Series

Steven Soderbergh has landed another project at HBO Max. Soderbergh and writer Ed Solomon (Now You See Me, Bill & Ted Face the Music) — who worked together on the streamer’s feature film No Sudden Move — have scored a series order for Full Circle, a limited series about a kidnapping gone awry. Soderbergh will […]

‘Leviathan’ Director Andrey Zvyagintsev to Make English-Language Debut With ‘What Happens’

Alexander Rodnyansky, the Russian producer whose films — including Leviathan and Beanpole – have landed four Oscar nominations, has unveiled a new slate of features set for production in 2021 and 2022. Announced in Cannes, where Rodnyansky’s films Where Is Anne Frank from Ari Folman and Kira Kovalenko’s Unclenching the Fists are getting their world premieres, […]

Steven Soderbergh’s ‘No Sudden Move’: Film Review | Tribeca 2021

Don Cheadle and Benicio Del Toro play crooks in 1954 Detroit involved in a document theft that grows increasingly tricky in Steven Soderbergh’s nimble neo-noir.

Tribeca Sets Steven Soderbergh’s ‘No Sudden Move’ as Centerpiece Film

The 2021 Tribeca Festival has added Steven Soderbergh’s crime drama No Sudden Move as its centerpiece film, with the HBO Max and Warner Bros. movie set to receive a world premiere screening at the New York event June 18. No Sudden Move, from a script by Ed Solomon, stars Don Cheadle, Benicio del Toro, David […]

Producers of COVID-Era Oscars: “It’s Not Going to Be Like Anything That’s Been Done Before”

Steven Soderbergh, Jesse Collins and Stacey Sher held a press conference via Zoom from Union Station, the main venue for the April 25 telecast.

Oscar Producers Promise a “Joyous” Pandemic-era Awards Show

Steven Soderbergh, Stacey Sher and Jesse Collins on building at Union Station for the host-less event, presenting serious movies during serious times and an emphasis on innovation: "If we have a really good idea and execute at 75 percent, that’s better than 100 percent of a mediocre, old idea."

Oscars: Academy Adds European Venues, Will Work to Cover Quarantine-Impacted Travel Costs

The move comes after numerous nominees had expressed concern about their ability to participate in the April 25 ceremony, given the producers' previously stated requirement that nominees must participate in person or not at all.