Impact Of Ocean's Eleven On Pop Culture (French)

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• Qui a voulu créer ce film et pourquoi ? George Clooney et Steven Soderbergh (le réalisateur du film) sont tous deux des fans de la version originale de Ocean's Eleven de 1960 et ont décidé de faire un remake du film. Ils ont une compagnie de production ensemble, Section Eight, ce qui facilita le tout. Comme la version de 1960 présentait de nombreuses vedettes, ils ont décidé de faire de même pour la nouvelle version. Vu leur nombre, les vedettes de la nouvelle version du film ont dû accepter une diminution considérable de salaire. En envoyant le script à Julia Roberts, George Clooney à attacher un billet de 20 $ en ajoutant une note comique : « I hear you make twenty a picture now.» (Il paraît que tu gagnes maintenant vingt (millions) par film) • Sur combien de temps s'est échelonné la création de ce film ? (écriture, financement, recrutement, repérage, tournage, etc.) L'écriture du scénario final a été complétée le 1er novembre 1999 par le scénariste Ted Griffin. Le producteur Jerry Weintraub ainsi que George Clooney et Steven Soderbergh ont rapidement rassemblé les plus grandes vedettes d'Hollywood. Ils ont par la suite obtenu l'autorisation de tourné sur place à Las Vegas (où se passe la majeure partie du film), notamment pendant le combat opposant Lennox Lewis à Wladimir Klitschko. Le tournage a duré du 11 février 2001 jusqu'au 31 mai 2001 pour permettre au film d'étre monté et prêt à arriver en salles le 7 décembre 2001.• Y a-t-il des anecdotes reliées à la réalisation du film ? Tout était-il totalement sous contrôle ou y-a-il eu des imprévus, des difficultés particulières, des modifications en cours de route ? Le film se passe à Las Vegas. Les stars du film ne se sont pas retenu pour jouer. Bien qu'il y a un désaccord pour dire qui a gagné la plus (George Clooney dit que c'est Matt Damon alors que Damon dit que c'est Brad Pitt), George Clooney a réussi à perdre 25 parties de Black Jack de suite.• Le réalisateur du film est-il très connu ? Est-il connu pour ses points de vue personnels ? Ses succès commerciaux ? Quel genre de succès ses films précédents ont-ils connus ? Steven Soderbergh est un réalisateur d'exception. Il a réussi depuis quelques années à combiné ses expériences de cinéma expérimental et de cinéma commercial afin de produire des films qui plaisent tant au public qu'à la critique. Il a reçu deux nominations aux oscars 2001 en tant que meilleur réalisateur. Il a gagné pour Traffic. Ses films sont resté peu commerciaux...

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