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Steven Soderbergh is a filmmaker known for taking risks with his projects. Rather than cash big checks working for the massive studios making tentpole films, Soderbergh has always been the guy who changes it up almost each time out. Sometimes that mean…

We’re right on top of things calendar-wise, right?… A little late to the party, but, it’s become a recurrent trend every summer for journalists to look back at the movies that were released and, well, complain. The gist of some articles would be “don’t you remember the days when they used to release great movies in the summer”? 1982 and/or 1984 are usually mentioned and, in all honesty, those were pretty great years. Continue reading The Best Movies Of Summer 2017 at The Playlist.

Spending on the Top10 films this wknd tumbled down to a pathetic $45M. Worst wknd #boxoffice in 16 yrs! Since period right after 9/11. — Gitesh Pandya (@GiteshPandya) August 27, 2017 With $65M total for all films in release, Hollywood suffered its worst domestic weekend of 2017, in fact, its lowest grossing in many years. — Exhibitor Relations (@ERCboxoffice) August 27, 2017 OK, this sums it up well: it was a really shitty weekend at the movies and as noted by the above box office gurus, the entire top 10 combined only accounted for $65 million (a steep 45% drop from last weekend). Continue reading ‘Hitman’s Bodyguard’ Tops Worst Weekend In 16 Years [Box Office] at The Playlist.

All summer, studios have been complaining about Rotten Tomatoes having too much of an influence on moviegoers. Well, this weekend proved that people will see what they want to see, regardless of what critics say. Mostly negative notices didn’t stop the charm offensive from Ryan Reynolds and Samuel L. Jackson, who teamed up to take “The Hitman’s Bodyguard” to $21.6 million. Sure, it’s not “Deadpool” numbers, but it’s a good showing for the R-rated movie, that’s budgeted at $29 million. Continue reading ‘The Hitman’s Bodyguard’ Hits Bullseye, ‘Logan Lucky’ Spins Out [Box Office] at The Playlist.

‘Logan Lucky’ is director Steven Soderbergh’s first film in four years. read more Source: Hollywood Reporter Box Office

Steven Soderbergh’s first film in four years, ‘Logan Lucky’ features an all-star cast that includes Channing Tatum, Adam Driver, Riley Keough and Daniel Craig. read more Source: Hollywood Reporter Box Office

The summer movie season is entering the final lap, but before the flag drops, there’s one more very attractive option on the track — Steven Soderbergh‘s “Logan Lucky.” The director’s heist comedy brings with it a star-studded cast, and a whole lot of fun, and today we have posters from the movie, signed by Soderbergh himself, for some lucky readers. Starring Channing Tatum, Adam Driver, Seth MacFarlane, Riley Keough, Katie Holmes, Katherine Waterson, Dwight Yoakam, Sebastian Stan, Brian Gleeson, Jack Quaid, Hilary Swank and Daniel Craig, the film follows hapless brothers Jimmy and Clyde Logan, who set out to execute an elaborate robbery during the legendary Coca-Cola 600 race at Charlotte Motor Speedway, so they can reverse a family curse. Continue reading Contest: Win ‘Logan Lucky’ Poster Signed By Steven Soderbergh at The Playlist.

Musician and composer David Holmes doesn’t do a lot of soundtracks, but when Steven Soderbergh rings up, he takes the call. The “Ocean’s Eleven” trilogy, “Haywire,” and “Out Of Sight” have all carried Holmes’ distinct sound, and this month’s heist comedy “Logan Lucky” finds the duo back together. And today, we have an exclusive cut from the soundtrack. Continue reading Exclusive: Stream David Holmes’ “Original Score Medley” From The ‘Logan Lucky’ Soundtrack at The Playlist.

Steven Soderbergh, at this moment, is probably multitasking between half a dozen different projects. The prolific filmmaker doesn’t have any need for a fidget spinner, because if he ever feels antsy, he likely just starts working on something new. Later this month, his wildly entertaining “Logan Lucky” will hit cinemas, but of course, he’s got even more projects cooking. GQ reveals that his recently announced, iPhone shot “Unsane” starring Claire Foy and Juno Temple is a horror movie. Continue reading Steven Soderbergh Going Horror With ‘Unsane,’ ‘Panama Papers’ Still In The Works at The Playlist.