Steven Soderbergh, creator of Ocean's Eleven, Side Effect and Super Mike, announced three years ago that he had decided to retire from the movie business and retire. Note that at the time of this statement, Soderbergh was only 50 years old.
Stephen's rest was short. Apparently, he cannot imagine his life without cinema, since he is taking up work on a new project.
A comedy called "Lucky Logan" became such a project for the filmmaker.
Traditionally, Steven attracted the first Hollywood stars to the filming of the new film, including Daniel Craig, Katherine Heigl, Hilary Swank, Channing Tatum and others.
Riley Keough ("Mad Max: Fury Road"), Seth MacFarlane ("Tooth Fairy") and Adam Driver ("Star Wars: The Force Awakens") are announced for supporting roles.
At the moment, very little is known about the future film.
The plot of the comedy supposedly revolves around two brothers who are plotting a robbery in the midst of a National Stock Car Racing Association (NASCAR) race.
Filming of the comedy will last only 35 days. Lucky Logan is slated to premiere on October 13, 2017.