The first trailer for the Miles Davis biopic titled Miles Ahead from Sony Pictures Classics has debuted online and you can check it out now.
Thorsten Schütte’s documentary Eat That Question and Meera Menon’s Equity were also picked up by Sony The post Sony Pictures Classics Acquires The Hollars, Eagle Huntress and More appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Nearly 10 years had passed since Miles Davis' nephew Vince Wilburn declared that Don Cheadle was the only actor who could play the late jazz legend, but it wasn't until Tuesday — when Sony Pictures Classics dropped the first trailer for Miles Ahead — that the rest of the world...
"If you gunna tell a story... come with some attitude, man!" Sony Pictures Classics has unveiled the first official trailer for Don Cheadle's new film Miles Ahead, which already played the New York Film Festival and Sundance Film Festival so far. Show More Summary
EXCLUSIVE: In the final feather in the cap of a memorable deal making festival, Sony Pictures Classics acquired North American rights to The Eagle Huntress, in a mid-seven figure deal that includes select international territories including Australia, New Zealand, Latin America, Germany, Scandinavia and Asia. Show More Summary
Equity producer-stars Alysia Reiner (Orange is the New Black) and Sarah Megan Thomas could hardly contain themselves as they walked into the DeadlineNow Sundance studio—their film had just been acquired by Sony Pictures Classics. It’s an...Show More Summary
Sony Pictures Classics’ founders and presidents Michael Barker and Tom Bernard have a longstanding reputation for making smart buys at key festivals, pick-ups that pay off both at the B.O. and during awards season. Two years ago they acquired Whiplash for an estimated $2.5M, a title that yielded $13.1M at the domestic B.O. Show More Summary
John Krasinski‘s latest film The Hollars, which premiered at Sundance this week, is headed to theaters, according to Variety. The 36-year-old actor’s film was picked up by Sony Pictures Classics for U.S. distribution. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of John Krasinski John both directed and starred in the movie which follows a graphic novelist [...]
EXCLUSIVE: John Krasinski’s ‘The Hollars’ has sold in a splashy deal to Sony Pictures Classics, the latest deal in what is turning out to be a prolific Sundance Film Festival. Krasinski, who made his directorial debut with Brief Interviews...Show More Summary
At the Sundance Film Festival, Sony Pictures Classics just picked up what could be the first major movie starring a woman in a Wall Street leadership role that was also written, directed and produced by women.
The movie, starring Anna Gunn of 'Breaking Bad,' was purchased for distribution at the festival by Sony Pictures Classics, and the producers said they're developing a television series based on the film.
Sony Pictures Classics has acquired worldwide rights to Equity, the Wall Street drama starring Anna Gunn, James Purefoy, Sarah Megan Thomas and Alysia Reiner. The deal comes ahead of the film's premiere tomorrow at the Sundance Film Festival…
Ryan Gosling and Harrison Ford will officially star in a sequel to the classic action film Blade Runner! The movie will be distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures in the United States and Canada while Sony Pictures will be handling the international market. Denis Villeneuve will be directing the film and the original film’s co-writer Hampton [...]
Sony Pictures Classics acquired worldwide rights outside of France and Germany to the Frank Zappa docu Eat That Question – Frank Zappa In His Own Words, which chronicles the singer/provocateur’s eccentric 30-year career. particularly unconventional relationship with the media as well as his witty self-dramatization. Show More Summary
Sony Pictures Classics acquired world rights to the Frank Zappa docu Eat That Question, which chronicles the singer/provocateur’s eccentric career. The film premieres Sunday at Sundance.
Mere days after the sad passing of the film’s star, David Bowie, Hollywood is set to reboot one of his most famous films: Labyrinth. Sony Pictures and the Jim Henson Company will produce the reboot, with Nicole Perlman, co-writer of Guardians of the Galaxy and Captain Marvel, writing. Read more...
Sony Pictures is planning to relaunch the classic character Popeye in a way that would put him back into the mainstream spotlight the way the recent "THE PEANUTS MOVIE" recently did for Charlie Brown and company. They're planning an animated "POPEYE" movie, and they've just hired the man they think will write the perfect script for the project. Show More Summary
"There's nothing more to do." Except to go see this film. Sony Pictures Classics has released a second trailer for the Hungarian masterpiece Son of Saul, directed by László Nemes. The film received a nomination for Best Foreign Language...Show More Summary
A remake of the classic comedy series “One Day at a Time” centering on a Latino family has a series order at Netflix, Deadline.com reports. Rita Moreno will star in the Sony Pictures TV project, which has a 13-episode order....
This is it, One Day at a Time fans: Netflix and Sony Pictures Television are reviving the classic Norman Lear sitcom for a new generation — but with a twist. The streaming giant has ordered 13 episodes of a new, Lear-produced One Day in which Bonnie Franklin’s iconic single-mom character,... More »