Envelope-pushing filmmaker discusses his success and struggles as he attempts to disrupt cinematic conventions both in front of and behind the camera.
When Jordan Peele’s hit thriller Get Out opened in theaters in February, few would have predicted that it would emerge nine months later as a leading awards season contender. Another reason for Soderbergh’s admiration for Get Out may be his recognition that he’ll never make a movie that tackles race in quite the same way.
Notoriously slow summer movies season still has success stories ("Wonder Woman," "Dunkirk," "Annabelle: Creation") but also many clunkers: a report card.
Without a superhero movie or new studio sequel in play, this weekend provided an opening for two smaller films to shine, but one beamed brighter than the other.
With Steven Soderbergh's new entry into the genre, we've collected the greatest cinematic robberies for your viewing pleasure.
New promo spot for director Steven Soderbergh's 'Logan Lucky,' starring Daniel Craig, Channing Tatum, Adam Driver, Riley Keough, in theaters August 18, 2017
Steven Soderbergh's first movie in four years: a low-down, high-spirited redneck heist with something to say about state of NASCAR (read: Trump) country
'Logan Lucky' clip features bleach blond Daniel Craig as loopy convict key to heist plans of Channing Tatum and Adam Driver in new Steven Soderbergh film
The movie following sibling Jimmy, (Tatum) Mellie (Riley Keough), and Clyde Logan (Adam Driver) who set out to execute an elaborate robbery during the Coca-Cola 600 race. “I am in-car-cer-a-ted,” Craig tells Tatum and Driver.