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Steven Soderbergh Creates a 'Mosaic' for HBO -- With Help of Viewers

Acclaimed director Steven Soderbergh plans on using fans -- to help dictate the ending of his new interactive HBO movie, "Mosaic."

According to Entertainment Weekly, the mysterious project by the experimental director may feature an app that lets viewers determine the course of the film's storyline, namely its ending (which may or may not involve whether Jason Todd lives or dies). EW also reports that Sharon Stone may star.

"I believe the good people at HBO are genuinely enthusiastic about Mosaic for two reasons," Soderbergh told EW. "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."

Along with this upcoming project, Soderbergh currently producers and directs "The Knick" For Cinemax and is also working on overseeing Starz's upcoming anthology series "The Girlfriend Experience," based on the Soderbergh film of the same name.

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