Steven Soderbergh

A director obsessed with stories about power continues to make the ultimate power moves, bucking the industry's norms.
"They’re squeezing the one thing that you watch the show for,” Steven Soderbergh says of having some awards announced during commercials, “which is to see somebody’s f**king dream come true.”
There’s just so much going on all the time. Ugh. 1. A new, huge abuse allegation has been made against the Catholic church
The woman to my left at the Paris Theater premiere of The Girlfriend Experience pulled a lipstick out of her Prada bag and applied the nude Bobbi Brown in one swift motion without a mirror. I do that with my way more risky Russian red MAC, I thought, feeling competitive, and contemplating the series sample I was about to see.
I sat down with actor Demian Bichir during the final months of 2008, when he was appearing in "The Waters of Babylon" at the Geffen Playhouse.
One of the iconic actors and faces of London's "swinging" sixties; Terence Stamp was discovered by actor/director Peter Ustinov for the titular role in his adaptation of Melville's Billy Budd in 1962.
In an interview with Entertainment Weekly before the third movie came out, George Clooney joked that you said "Ocean's Thirteen
Nor does he make obvious choices: Capote could have been sensational in its exploration of Truman Capote's life and his exploitation
"The Knick" ended its 10-episode debut season on Friday, and the hope each character found in his or her new beginnings was
The steady build of excitement and dread emblematic of our modern age is likely how our forebears felt at the turn of the 20th century, which is why now is the perfect time to revisit 1900, a similar age of ingenuity overdrive.
The Knick, is the short name of the Knickerbocker Hospital, set in New York in 1900, at the end of the Victorian period. Everything