Sony Pictures Classics announced today they have acquired the rest of Pedro Almodóvar's full library of films including Pepi, Luci, Bom, Labyrinth of Passion, Dark Habits, What Have I Done To Deserve This?, High Heels and Kika. Additionally, Almodóvar's new film (his 20) Julieta, will be released in theaters on December 21. Show More Summary
Sony Pictures Classics has acquired rights in North America and other territories to Joseph Cedar’s Norman: The Moderate Rise and Tragic Fall of a New York Fixer which stars Richard Gere, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Josh Charles, Michael Sheen, Lior Ashkenazi, Dan Stevens, Steve Buscemi and Hank Azaria. Show More Summary
Magnolia Pictures' Little Men had a solid start in its debut, topping a trickle of Specialty newcomers, two of which had decent debuts in single theaters. Directed by Ira Sachs and starring Greg Kinnear and Jennifer Ehle, Little Men had the best per theater average among limited release titles this weekend from a $32,250 gross. Show More Summary
"Do you think I feel sorry for you?" Sony Pictures Classics has debuted an official US trailer for a Danish drama called Land of Mine, set near the end of World War II. The story is about a group of very young German POWs captured by the Danish army who are forced to clear thousand of land mines from a beach. Show More Summary
Several Specialty debuts did pretty well over the weekend, with Roadside Attractions' Indignation, directed by James Schamus, leading the pack. Close behind was Sony Pictures Classics' Equity and Kino Lorber's Hieronymus Bosch: Touched by the Devil. Show More Summary
They’re 20 years older, but apparently they haven’t lost their lust for life. Sony Pictures has unveiled the new T2: Trainspotting teaser, which brings back director Danny Boyle and stars Ewan Mcgregor (Renton), Ewen Bremner (Spud), Jonny Lee Miller (Sick Boy), and Begbie (Robert Carlyle). Show More Summary
Hollywood has long had a fascination with Wall Street. Wall Street (1987), Bonfire of the Vanities (1990), Margin Call (2011) and The Wolf of Wall Street (2013) are just a handful of films that have... To view the full story, click the title link.
"Mom said things haven't been great." Sony Pictures Classics has unveiled a trailer for The Hollars, the indie comedy directed by actor John Krasinski, who also stars in the film. Similar to the other indie Other People, the story is...Show More Summary
John Krasinski's The Hollars, which the actor both directs and stars in, was one of the big success stories at this year's Sundance Film Festival, and now here's its trailer so you can see why Sony Pictures Classics picked it up. Krasinski plays an artist who returns home to care for ... More »
In anticipation of the release of Ghostbusters, which brings the legendary franchise back to theaters with a new team fighting the paranormal on July 15, Sony Pictures and moviegoers across the country will celebrate the classic franchise with Ghostbusters Day on Wednesday, June 8 – the anniversary of the release date of the original 1984 film. Show More Summary
In its third acquisition of an Official Selection title here in Cannes, Sony Pictures Classics has taken North and Latin American rights to Michael Dudok de Wit’s The Red Turtle. The animated film premiered yesterday in Un Certain Regard...Show More Summary
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EXCLUSIVE: Sony Pictures Classics has made a U.S. rights deal on Toni Erdmann, the Maren Ade-directed German language film that is in the Palm d’Or competition here at Cannes and has gotten arguably the best reviews of any film at the festival so far. Show More Summary
Cannes Film Festival veterans Michael Barker and Tom Bernard are in town this year with two movies in Competition, Pedro Almodovar’s Julieta and recent pick-up Elle by Paul Verhoeven. The Sony Pictures Classics chiefs visited the Deadline Studio this week to chat about both titles and share their views on how the market has changed. Show More Summary
ELLE, the rape/revenge thriller from ROBOCOP/TOTAL RECALL director Paul Verhoeven, will be screening at the Cannes Film Festival this month, and although it won't be shown there until late in the festival's May 11th - 22nd schedule, it's already drawing attention. Show More Summary
RoboCop and Total Recall director Paul Verhoeven had his psychological thriller Elle acquired by Sony Pictures Classics ahead of Cannes, writes Variety. They took North America (that’s us!), Latin America, Australia, New Zealand, Scandinavia, Eastern Europe (excluding Russia) and Asia (excluding China and Japan). Show More Summary
Isabelle Huppert plays a woman who tracks down the man who attacked her in her home The post Paul Verhoeven Thriller Elle Acquired by Sony Pictures Classics appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Sony Pictures Classics acquired the Paul Verhoeven-directed Elle, starring Isabelle Huppert. Pic plays in competition at Cannes…
[caption id="attachment_40358" align="alignleft" width="184"] Copyright Sony Pictures Classics 2016[/caption] Marnie (Susan Sarandon) is the irresistible force who, just before this movie starts, meets the immovable object: devastating grief in the loss of her husband. Show More Summary
Sony Pictures is gearing up for the release of arguably its biggest movie of the summer, Ghostbusters. Based on the 1984 classic, the new film follows a new team of paranormal investigators as they attempt to protect New York City from all manner of ghosts and ghouls. Show More Summary