Interview | Steven Soderbergh, Part 2: 'Magic Mike 2,' His Move to Broadway and Why He'd Never Make a Western

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Interview | Steven Soderbergh, Part 2: 'Magic Mike 2,' His Move to Broadway and Why He'd Never Make a Western
This Friday sees Steven Soderbergh capping off what's been an incredibly prolific and eclectic filmmaking career with the release of "Side Effects," his supposed last movie to open theatrically, starring Rooney Mara, Jude Law and the director's "Magic Mike" muse Channing Tatum. Yesterday, we ran the first part of our whopping 45 minute (per his request) interview with the director in anticipation of the film's release, in which he discussed his imminent Hollywood departure, his friendship with fellow Mara admirer David Fincher, his upcoming HBO biopic "Behind the Candelabra," and whether he'd ever consider showrunning a TV series. Read More: Steven Soderbergh, Part 1: 'Side Effects,' 'Behind the Candelabra' and His Friendship With David Fincher In this second installment, Soderbergh reveals which genre he wishes he had tackled, why he chose not to return to "Magic Mike 2," his take on the cut he saw...
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