They also reveal the most surprising thing about making a Soderbergh movie.

Not Sudden Movie - Ray Liotta - Julia Fox Social Interview

With Steven Soderbergh’s fantastic new movie, No sudden movement, now broadcasting on HBO Max, I recently had the opportunity to speak with Ray liotta Y Julia Fox about the making of the police thriller set in the 1950s. No sudden movement written by Ed solomon and it is about a group of petty criminals who are hired to steal what they believe to be a simple document in 1954 in Detroit. When the plan deviates, they are forced to find out who hired them and for what end purpose, and their journey takes them through the race-ravaged and rapidly changing city. The film also stars Benicio, the bull, Don cheadle, Brendan fraser, Kieran culkin, Bill duke, Jon hamm, Noah skirt, Amy seimetz, Frankie shaw, Y David port.

During the interview, Liotta and Fox talked about why they loved Solomon’s script, what people would be surprised to learn about the making of a Soderbergh film, how the film smuggles historically accurate information, and more. Furthermore, Liotta speaks of The many saints of Newark and how you don’t have to have seen The sopranos to enjoy the movie.

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For more about No sudden movement you can read Matt Goldberg’s brilliant review.

Look what they had to say in the player above and below is exactly what we are talking about.

Ray Liotta and Julia Fox:

  • What do you think would surprise people to learn about the making of a Soderbergh movie?

  • What did you respond to in Ed Solomon’s script and what are you excited about for people to see?

  • Liotta on what people can expect in The many saints of Newark.


Image via HBO Max

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