A.k.a., five minutes of coffee and kicking.
She'll star opposite Channing Tatum and Jude Law.
He and Warner Bros. couldn't agree on casting or a budget.
Tatum's name thrown in ring for much-rumored role.
He'd take on the role George Clooney was going to play.
It's compelling, if sterile stuff.
"He was like, 'I can’t believe you remembered verbatim what I said,' but that’s because he was drunk, you see."
Steven Soderbergh's hard-body drama has really owned this week, no?
He's joining Alex Pettyfer and Channing Tatum in the Steven Soderbergh movie.
He has randomly come onboard as the second-unit director.
How 'Spider-Man' won over doubters, while Francis Ford Coppola hit some stumbling blocks.
Also, Oprah's hairstylist tried to do damage control on his "kinky hair" comments.
The director kept a comprehensive, weirdly fascinating diary of his pop culture habits.
He'll star for his frequent collaborator Steven Soderbergh.
Plus: Playboy TV plans to announce "a new adult programming slate aimed at couples."