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Gambling can be tense. Here are the filmmakers who have incorporated gambling into their movies.

The popular filmmakers who are no strangers to gambling

Gazing at a list of popular casino related movies you can see many masterpieces. That is understood because the fleur of romance around the casino industry still attracts many artists, writers, and directors who are willing to create a piece of art on this topic.

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Filmmakers who are definitely in love with casinos

The casino related movie plots are popular among famous Hollywood directors. A lot of world-known motion pictures were created during the past 50 years. Read about some of the most famous and interesting movies as well as about their directors:

Steven Soderbergh’s hit films Ocean’s Eleven, Ocean’s Twelve, and Ocean’s Thirteen involved such first-echelon Hollywood stars as George Clooney, Brad Pitt, Julia Roberts, Matt Damon, and many others. This famous Hollywood director is known for his arthouse approach in popular movies. Soderbergh’s debut film as a director called Sex, Lies, and Videotape won numerous awards at Cannes Film Festival in 1989.

Terry Gilliam (Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas) was born in Minnesota, started his career in Los Angeles creating cartoons, and later became a part of Monty Python’s Circus. The gathered experience gave him the perfect foundation to embark on a career as a director and screenwriter.

Terence Young started as a screenwriter. He was a part of a team creating the first movie about James Bond (Dr. No). Thanks to Young, Sean Connery became a part of the movie history as the legendary James Bond. Mostly, though, Young contributed as a director to the European film industry.

Martin Campbell was the oldest James Bond saga movie director and created two films from these legendary series, Casino Royale & GoldenEye. Born in New Zealand Martin went to London to begin his directing career making sex comedies. Besides movies, Campbell has contributed to the television industry with loads of shows.

Andrew J. Cohen debuted as a director with only one movie yet. It is called The House and it is a family comedy that gathered a big box office. Robert Luketic, the Australian director with Italian roots is famous for his movie 21, which is based on a true story explained in the book Bringing Down the House written by Ben Mezrich.

Anna Boden & Ryan Fleck is a famous team of American filmmakers. The duo directs different movies & TV-shows. One of their most famous works related to the casino industry is a road movie called Mississippi Grind

Robert Altman was one of the cult 1970s directors who filmed a dramedy California Split. Some parts of the movie were shot in Nevada. Altman is famous as a director who creates “anti-genre” movies that contain a lot of critical humor.

Pierre Gill is a Canadian director known for many movies, but not a lot of people have seen his The Last Casino, which tells a story about a talented mathematician who plays at a casino using a popular card counting method to win.

Paul Thomas Anderson was born in the center of Hollywood and his place of birth predicted his amazing career as a movie director. Among his works are Oscar-related performances as well. The debut movie by Anderson, Hard Eight, was filmed in 1996 and tells a story of a gambler.

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