STEVEN SODERBERGH TO MAKE 1 LAST FILM A YEAR UNTIL 2025
HOLLYWOOD – Steven Soderbergh has announced that he is to definitively retire ever year until 2025, when he is hoping to resume his film making career.
His last two last films Side Effects and the Cannes bound Behind the Candelabra will serve for 2013, but there will be a new last Soderbergh film, accompanied by a plethora of interviews about how sick and tired he is of the whole film making business.
Soderbergh watcher and cheese expert Xavier Poulis commented on the latest twist in the drama:
Steven has always run ahead of the pack. He starts his career by jumping the shark and then goes on from there. I remember the first time I ever saw Haywire and I said to myself: “Acid jazz and a bad actress, who else but Steven?”
British film director and sworn enemy Michael Winterbottom said: “Soderbergh is a hack, a washed up hack. He has to feed the press these goof ball stories only because his films are so uninteresting. And he hasn’t got any hair! He’s a baldy! A bald eagle specky four eyes and I hate him, I hate him, I hate him!”
Soderbergh responded to Winterbottom’s comments via his blog:
I have read with sadness Mr. Winterbottom’s comments, who although not a friend is a fellow professional, whom I do admire. All I have to say in response is: I know you are; what am I?
A festival of Steven Soderbergh’s final films is currently underway at the London BFI.