Steven Soderbergh’s new film has been announced and along with it, quite the cast list too – more details right here.
No Sudden Move is set in 1950s Detroit and centres around a group of small-time criminals who are pulled into what they think is a simple document heist. However, when things begin to go awry, the group begin a search for those that hired them, taking them through every corner of the changing city, divided by race and conflict.
Variety is reporting that Ed Solomon, scribe for Bill & Ted Face the Music and Men in Black has written the project. And none other than Don Cheadle, David Harbour, Benicio Del Toro, Amy Seimtz, John Hamm, Kieran Culkin, Ray Liotta, Brendan Fraser, Julia Fox, Frankie Shaw and Bill Duke have been announced for its cast.
No release details have been set as yet although it has been confirmed that the film will be produced by HBO Max who has a production deal with Soderbergh.
His most recent project with the streaming platform is Let Them All Talk, starring Meryl Streep, which is due to release sometime this year. It will be interesting to see exactly how that project releases in the UK as to whether No Sudden Move can expect a theatrical release over here of some sort. HBO’s partnership with Sky means that its projects go directly to Sky and NowTV in this country, with that arrangement expected to last until at least 2024. More news on the release schedule for No Sudden Move as we have it.
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