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    Career Watch: Will Soderbergh's ‘The Knick’ Cure Clive Owen's Slump? (ABC VIDEO)

    For those of you who need the fix of seeing a major movie star class up the joint on pay cable, look no further than Clive Owen as Dr. John Thackery in “The Knick.” The not-for-the-squeamish medical drama, which takes place in the rotten-with-germs Big Apple of the early 20th century and is directed...

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    Exclusive: First Official Poster & 10 Character One-Sheets For Steven Soderbergh's Cinemax Series 'The Knick'

    When Steven Soderbergh decided to retire from filmmaking, he had more or less stated that as far as his cinematic aspirations go, he had achieved much of what he had set out to do decades ago. But the filmmaker is never one to shy away from a challenge, and it looks like television is providing him ...

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    Watch: New Trailer For Steven Soderbergh's 'The Knick' Brings You To The Not So Modern World Of Medicine

    "Game Of Thrones" might be over, but that doesn't mean there's nothing to watch on TV. Indeed, while the networks might getting a bit quiet over the summer season, the cable world is still going very strong, as we recently noted in our Summer TV Preview. And one show way up high on our list is Steve...

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    Watch: Clive Owen and Steven Soderbergh Trip Back to 1900 In First Trailer for 'The Knick'

    If the words "Clive Owen directed by Steven Soderbergh" weren't enough to get you excited about the upcoming Cinemax series "The Knick," here's the first trailer, which features Owen praising "modern" medicine (the show is set 114 years in the past) while chaos swirls around him.

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    Words And Pictures

    ‘Words and Pictures’ leans heavily on the considerable appeal of its stars and the touch of its director, Fred Schepisi, who maintains a light hand throughout.

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    Interview: Juliette Binoche Paints in Schepisi Romance 'Words and Pictures,' Challenged Assayas to Write Cannes Entry 'Sils Maria' (EXCLUSIVE VIDEO, TRAILER)

    Oscar-winner Juliette Binoche ("The English Patient") is the best reason to see Fred Schepisi's "Words and Pictures." She talks about working with Clive Owen, learning English, and challenging Olivier Assayas to write a movie focused on women. That movie debuted in Cannes, "Clouds of Sils Maria."

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    Director Fred Schepisi Talks 'Words and Pictures' as Counter-Programming

    Director Fred Schepisi ("Six Degrees of Separation," "Roxanne") is a lot more hopeful about the state of movies for adults after making "Words and Pictures" and tackling the dumbing down of education and culture head on. Of course, it helps having Clive Owen and Juliette Binoche rekindling the joy o...

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    Not Feeling 'X-Men' This Weekend? Here Are Four Acclaimed Indie Alternatives

    As the Cannes Film Festival continues to unspool along the French Riviera, multiplexes and arthouses are holding down the fort stateside with a hefty slate of well-reviewed -- and in some cases long-awaited -- new releases.

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    Steven Soderbergh's Cinemax Series 'The Knick' (Finally!) Lands a Release Date

    The highly-anticipated drama from the "retired" director finally got a release date from Cinemax.

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