Following their successful collaboration on “Behind the Candelabra,” HBO and Steven Soderbergh are re-teaming again for an experimental film called “Mosaic”.
Further details are under wraps for now, other than Soderbergh directing, Sharon Stone and Garrett Hedlund starring, and the project boasting a script by Ed Solomon.
The Playlist hears that Soderbergh will shoot multiple versions of different scenes and let the viewer decide what the outcome will be via an app. The filmmaker has reportedly been working on the development of the app technology for five years with the project’s producer Casey Silver/
Soderbergh says in a statement: “I believe the good people at HBO are genuinely enthusiastic about Mosaic for two reasons: first, it represents a fresh way of experiencing a story and sharing that experience with others; second, it will require a new Emmy category, and we will be the only eligible nominee.”
Soderbergh produces medical drama “The Knick” which resides on HBO sibling Cinemax, while Stone will soon be seen in the TNT drama “Agent X”.