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Sydney Film Festival – Behind the Candelabra review

By Simon Miraudo June 13, 2013 Crossing the Rubicon of wealth and fame must be a hell of a thing. Michael Jackson arguably lived the strangest life in human history. Tom Cruise enjoys the dual pleasure of being Hollywood’s most bankable star, and perhaps the one famous person everyone is really unsettled by. Kanye West’s […]

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Soderbergh takes a Bitter Pill

For a guy who claims to be close to retirement, Steven Soderbergh sure is getting busy. Mere weeks after abandoningThe Man From U.N.C.L.E., he has picked up another project by the same writer, Scott Z. Burns, entitled Bitter Pill. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Soderbergh is pitching the flick to studios. Little is known about […]

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Steven Soderbergh abandons The Man From U.N.C.L.E.

Steven Soderbergh’s retirement date just got a little bit closer. The director has reportedly walked away from Warner Bros’ film adaptation of the 1960s spy show The Man From U.N.C.L.E. According to Indiewire, his decision was the result of WB’s indecisiveness and what he believed to be a lack of commitment to the project. George […]

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Steven Soderbergh still plans to retire; demands ‘Oprah’ treatment

There’s a little part of us (OK, a big part of us) that hoped Steven Soderbergh‘s plan to retire in the coming years had just been blown out of proportion, like the grosses of 3D films at the box office. But, the man himself has reconfirmed his exit from the world of moviemaking, leaving us […]

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