Steven Soderbergh is a versatile American director who moves easily between smart action films (Ocean's Eleven, 2001), social commentary (Erin Brockovich, 2000), and crime epics (Traffic, 2000). Soderbergh's eclectic career is noteworthy, but his greatest influence may come from Bubble (2005), a low-budget drama about three underachieving employees at a doll factory and the circumstances that lead to jealousy and murder. Unassuming but extraordinarily powerful, Bubble shook up the film industry because Soderbergh elected to release it in theaters, on DVD, and to pay-per-view TV all on the same day, which may be the wave of the future for movie distribution.
Helen Davies, Marjorie Dorfman, Mary Fons, Deborah Hawkins, Martin Hintz, Linnea Lundgren, David Priess, Julia Clark Robinson, Paul Seaburn, Heidi Stevens, and Steve Theunissen
In honor of the 25th 007 film, 'No Time to Die,' HowStuffWorks is celebrating 25 Bond Girls, whose looks all but gave them a license to kill.