Be forewarned: Channing Tatum wears a fedora.
That's how you sell a movie about male strippers.
Soderbergh's latest parable of how capitalism transforms sex into a soulless commodity is surprisingly enjoyable.
Targeted for next summer.
It's the crossover that had to happen.
Photographer Edward Keating's two days on the unusually professionalized set.
From Steven Soderbergh to Wes Anderson.
She'll co-star with Blake Lively. Generations!
Plus: Kathy Griffin stripped without undies, and more, on our daily late-night roundup.
"I can't fight forever."
"I wish movies mattered more. I wish they were more influential."
Soderbergh "did do some altering and mixing," admits Gina Carano.
She'll star opposite Channing Tatum and Jude Law.