The first promising wide release of the year is arriving in just over a week, as Steven Soderbergh debuts what is purportedly said to be his final theatrical film, for at least some time. While those that have seen the pharmaceutical drug thriller Side Effects have warned fans to go in knowing as little as possible, Open Road has unveiled a new batch of clips, following the first one last week.
In case you were on the fence, or simply want to see Soderbergh directing his last theatrical film for some time in over 8 minutes of behind-the-scene footage, this should do the trick. Check them all out below for the film starring Rooney Mara, Jude Law, Channing Tatum and Catherine Zeta-Jones, and one one can also read our mostly spoiler-free review, in which we adored the first hour, but were let down by the rest.
Side Effects hits theaters on February 8th.
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