Timothy Olyphant and Dennis Quaid Join Steven Soderbergh’s Limited Series for HBO Max

Timothy Olyphant and Dennis Quaid Join Steven Soderbergh’s Limited Series for HBO Max

Until here, Steven Soderbergh made the most of the three-year contract he signed with HBO Max in January 2020. He has already made three films about the deal,”Which” with Zoë Kravitz being the latest, and how he has the miniseries”full circle” on the way, with Zazie Beetz and Claire Danes starring.

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Now, Deadline reports that two more players have joined the cast of “Full Circle”: Timothy Olyphant and Dennis Quaid. The six-episode limited series follows an investigation into a failed kidnapping in New York that reveals long-held secrets for those involved. Olyphant reportedly plays Danes’ husband in the series, while Quaid plays a famous TV chef whose grandson is kidnapped.

“Full Circle” is the latest collaboration between Soderbergh and the writer Ed Solomon. They’ve worked together on “mosiac“and last year”No sudden movement.” Casey Silverwho also worked with the duo on “Move”, joins Soderbergh and Solomon as executive producers.

Most of Olyphant’s recent work revolves around reprising her roles in “dead wood” and “Justified.” He just filmed the sequel Elmore Leonard adaptation”Justification: Primitive City” per FX. He also has a recurring role in amazonin “Daisy Jones and the Six.”

Meanwhile, Quaid stars in “littlemouth”, a science fiction mystery with Isabelle Fuhrman, David Thewlis, Josh Hutchersonand Kiera Allen. He will also play the former president Ronald Raegan in the next biopic”Raegan“, in the next year.

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So who will join Beetz, Danes, Olyphant and Quaid in Soderbergh’s upcoming HBO Max project? Stay tuned as more news about this series is due out soon.

Source : theplaylist.net

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