Every good movie is a heist movie at heart, whether the heist is committed on or off camera. Steven Soderbergh suspects that is what he likes about film-making: the chance to play the role of a criminal
‘The Laundromat’ has shell companies, martinis and Meryl Streep in funny hats. It’s kind of confusing.
At a time when real life seems to be meshing inextricably with the narrative and hyper-emotional contours of escapist entertainment, how can movies possibly reflect, much less make sense of, real life?
The Laundromat’s Steven Soderbergh goes deep on the Panama Papers, the mystery of Netflix and the film’s controversial Meryl
Most interviews during a film festival like TIFF are mad, sloppy affairs: 10- or, more likely, seven-minute sit-downs in a hotel suite buzzing with handlers. But like many Hollywood games, Steven Sodbergh
In October, Netflix is giving us some can't-miss original films along with a handful of classics. The streaming giant has Steven Soderbergh's latest dry comedy, "The Laundromat," starring Meryl Streep,