Just as the pandemic hit the United States, Steven Soderbergh was planning to start producing a new crime thriller titled 1995 Emergency switch in Detroit. Now, six months later, it is back in production, albeit with a few changes in both the cast and title.
Deadline confirmed the HBO Max movie, now titled No sudden movementwill play Don Cheadle, Benicio Del Toro, Julia Fox, David Harbor, Amy Seimetz, Jon Hamm, Ray Liotta, Kieran Culkin, Brendan Fraser, Noah Jupe, Bill Duke and Frankie Shaw. George Clooney, Sebastian Stan and Josh Brolin were all originally tied to the project but are no longer part of the cast.
Written by Ed Solomon, the film follows “a group of petty criminals who are hired to steal what they believe is a simple document. When her plan goes terribly wrong, her search for who hired her – and for whatever ultimate purpose – takes her through every level of the race-ridden, fast-changing city. “
As we await more details on this film, along with the 2020 release date for its first HBO Max project, Let them all talkSoderbergh also stays busy on television – or rather, he leaves Other keep busy. In an interview with The playlistSoderbergh confirmed that none other than Barry Jenkins and André Holland hatched plans to revive The kink, which ran on Cinemax for two seasons from 2014-2016. With the Dutch character Dr. Algernon C. Edwards seems to be moving forward this third season.
“Yes. [André] and Barry did it, ”said Soderbergh. I told them, ‘Look, I had, I had my shot. Godspeed, take it any direction you want. “With the return of writers, showrunners and doers like Jack Amiel and Michael Begler, they have already written the pilot as a script, as Soderbergh adds:”[André and Barry] came up with a really great approach with Jack and Michael. And that seems to be moving quickly. I just read the pilot which is great. “
Only with Barry Jenkins straight to have finished the “hardest shoot of his life” with The subwayWe assume he’ll take a break before turning his attention to himself The kink Revival, but we’re happy to hear that one of the best series of the last decade isn’t dead. Check out the first few snaps from Jenkins’ Colson Whitehead adaptation below, slated to hit Amazon Prime next year.