EXCLUSIVE: As Sony Pictures Classics tomorrow opens the Dave McCary-directed Brigsby Bear with an ensemble headed by Kyle Mooney and Claire Danes, 3311 Productions’ Mark Roberts and Ross Jacobson are gearing up two more films. The Fifth...Show More Summary
EXCLUSIVE: One of the plum acquisition titles at the upcoming Toronto International Film Festival is about to be taken off the table and will premiere in Canada with an eye toward launching in awards season. After a mad pursuit by prestige...Show More Summary
Sony Pictures has confirmed that a remastered 4K version of Close Encounters of the Third Kind will debut in theaters this September.
Sony Pictures Classics paid $5 million for rights to the quirky Kyle Mooney-starring Brigsby Bear after it bowed at Sundance this year. After a stop at the Cannes Critics’ Week sidebar it’s now ramping up for a July 28 theatrical release...Show More Summary
Columbia Pictures President Sanford Panitch reveals the classic horror inspirations that will be drawn on for the Venom film. The post Sony’s Venom Will Draw on Carpenter or Cronenberg appeared first on CBR.
Bram Stoker’s Dracula, the Academy Award winning sensual horror classic, celebrates its 25th anniversary by debuting on next-generation 4K Ultra HD for the first time on October 3 from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. The release also includes the existing Blu-ray with hours of thrilling and insightful special features. Show More Summary
Sony Pictures has released a viral video teasing the 40th Anniversary theatrical re-release of Close Encounters Of the Third Kind.
Brigsby Bear, the Dave McCary-directed film that Sony Pictures Classics acquired of out Sundance this year for $5M, has a teaser trailer. The film which stars SNL’s Kyle Mooney, Claire Danes, Mark Hamill, Greg Kinnear, Matt Walsh and Michaela Watkins, was written by Kevin Costello. Show More Summary
Sony Pictures Classics have acquired the North American rights to the film based on the life of Mark Felt The post First Look at Liam Neeson as Deep Throat in The Silent Man Clip appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
So-Cal car culture went into gear this weekend with the debut of BH Tilt's Lowriders by Richard de Montreuil. The feature opened in 295 theaters, grossing $2.4M, but the highest PTA of the weekend goes to Sony Pictures Classics' Paris Can Wait, which opened in four locations, grossing almost $102K. Show More Summary
Brigsby Bear Adventures is a children’s TV show produced for an audience of one: James (Kyle Mooney). When the show abruptly ends, James’s life changes forever. Brigsby Bear opens on July 28th. Sony Pictures Classics Presents Directed...Show More Summary
Most major studios outside of Disney would like to advance the narrative that a shortened theatrical window with the emergence of premium VOD is a reality in the given future. But Sony Pictures Classics co-presidents and founders Tom...Show More Summary
Sony Pictures Classics is releasing the comedy drama in select theaters this Friday The post CS Video: Norman’s Joseph Cedar and Richard Gere appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
"Let's pretend we don't know where we are going, or even who we are." Sony Pictures Classics is releasing this indie drama in theaters this May, so we're featuring the trailer before the summer movie season kicks off. Paris Can WaitShow More Summary
Has the Animated Feature race ever been more competitive? With the nomination ballots tallied, Walt Disney Animation Studios, LAIKA, GKIDS and Sony Pictures Classics will duke it out in phase two, each of them offering standout workShow More Summary
Sony Pictures Classics will distribute the film in North America later in 2017.
Sony Pictures Classics has acquired North American, Australian and New Zealand rights to Sebastián Lelio's A Fantastic Woman (Una Mujur Fantastica), ahead of its world premiere in competition Sunday at the Berlin Film Festival. The deal...Show More Summary
Call Me By Your Name, the film adaptation of the Andre Aciman novel starring Armie Hammer and Timothee Chalamet, was a critical rave at Sundance, and snatched up quickly by Sony Pictures Classics. Hammer plays the story’s “24-year old...Show More Summary
Well, this is cheery: "Judging by the totals in Park City this year, buyers are feeling optimistic. Very optimistic. Whether it’s traditional players like Searchlight and Sony Pictures Classics, newer movers-and-shakers such as Amazon and Netflix or even upstarts like Neon and FilmRise, wallets have been opening up over the last week at Sundance."
Amazon Studios' $12 million purchase last year of current Academy Awards best picture nominee Manchester by the Sea may have had lingering effects on the wheeling and dealing at the Sundance Film... To view the full story, click the title link.