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Here’s What ‘Empire’ Star Taraji P. Henson Has Been Up To

Taraji P. Henson, who stars as Cookie on the acclaimed Fox drama series “Empire,” has been working on the side as the title hit woman in the upcoming Sony Pictures release “Proud Mary.” The studio released the official trailer today...

‘Brigsby Bear’ Trailer Hits Ahead Of Comic-Con Closeup

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

Venom and Silver & Black Directors On The Cores Of Their Respective Films

Right now, Sony Pictures has a decent amount of momentum going for them. Spider-Man: Homecoming is an unquestionable hit with fans and critics, and is making bank at the box office. While this may only further cement their connection...Show More Summary

How Sony Plans to Handle Its ‘Spider-Man’ Expanded Universe

The box office success of Spider-Man: Homecoming is all the proof we need that Sony Pictures will continue their plans to build out their own new Marvel expanded universe that’s adjacent to Marvel Studios’ cinematic universe. But thanks...Show More Summary

First Trailer for Kosinski's 'Only the Brave' About Wildfire Firefighters

"It was the most beautiful and terrible thing I've ever seen." Sony Pictures has finally revealed a trailer for a movie called Only the Brave, telling the true story of the Granite Mountain Hotshots. This was formerly titled Granite Mountain and then Granite Mountain Hotshots before they switched to Only the Brave. Show More Summary

Kraven: Sony Plays Coy on Spider-Man Villain’s Film Prospects

Columbia Pictures President Sanford Panitch won't confirm plans for a Kraven the Hunter solo film, but he isn't denying them either. The post Kraven: Sony Plays Coy on Spider-Man Villain’s Film Prospects appeared first on CBR.

‘Only The Brave’ Trailer: Story Of The Heroic Granite Mountain Hotshots

Sony has unveiled the first real look at Only The Brave, the Columbia Pictures drama about the real-life Granite Mountain Hotshots, the elite forest fire crew that saw 19 of its members killed while fighting the Yarnell Hill wildfire...Show More Summary

Sony’s Venom Will Draw on Carpenter or Cronenberg

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.

‘Alpha’ Trailer: Kodi Smit-McPhee Stars in This Prehistoric Survival Tale

Sony Pictures has released the first trailer for a new survival thriller period piece called Alpha (formerly known as The Solutrean) from The Book of Eli co-director Albert Hughes. Set in prehistoric Europe, the film stars Kodi Smit-McPhee...Show More Summary

‘Alpha’ Explores the Prehistoric Relationship Between Humans & Wolves

Sony Pictures Entertainment releases the first official trailer for Alpha starring Australian actor Kodi Smit-McPhee. Directed by Albert Hughes of the famous film director duo Hughes Brothers, the film is set in Europe during the last Ice Age and centers on a young man (Kodi Smit-McPhee), who is left for dead while on his first […]

First Trailer for Albert Hughes' New Film 'Alpha' Set During the Ice Age

"An enemy will become an ally." Sony Pictures has unveiled a trailer for an epic new action thriller titled Alpha, formerly known as The Solutrean (which is a very weird title so it makes sense they changed it). This is the latest feature...Show More Summary

Sony Pictures Int’l Prods Boards ‘The Extraordinary Journey Of The Fakir’ With Bérénice Béjo & Barkhad Abdi

Sony Pictures International Productions, the local language production arm of Sony Pictures, has boarded French-Indian-Belgian co-production The Extraordinary Journey Of The Fakir starring Bérénice Béjo, Barkhad Abdi, Erin Moriarty and Abel Jafri. Show More Summary

Sony Pictures and co-financing partner LStar Capital cut ties

Sony Pictures’ co-financing deal with LStar Capital is dead after three years, following a long period of box office struggles at the Culver City studio. LStar in 2014 agreed to invest in Sony’s movies as part of a $200-million pact that promised to mitigate the risks of potential duds. The pact...

Sony Pictures Television Calls “Action” On 2017 Diverse Directors Program

Sony Pictures Television has announced the 2017 launch of its Diverse Directors Program. In its fourth year, the initiative is part of SPT's commitment to providing opportunities to talented artists of diverse backgrounds. Diverse Directors...Show More Summary

Robotech Movie Targets It Director Andy Muschietti

Sony Pictures has tapped It director Andy Muschietti to develop the long-planned live-action adaptation of Robotech. The post Robotech Movie Targets It Director Andy Muschietti appeared first on CBR.

Happy Madison’s Doug Robinson Launches His Own Production Company, Inks Sony Pictures TV Overall Deal

Doug Robinson who, via his longtime partnership with Adam Sandler, had run Happy Madison’s television operation for over a decade, is striking out on his own. Robinson is launching DRP Doug Robinson Productions, which will be be based at Sony Pictures TV with a four-year overall deal. Show More Summary

Stunning ‘Bram Stoker’s Dracula’ Gets 4K Ultra HD Release!

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

Watch the The Emoji Movie Opening Scene!

Sony Pictures Animation's family adventure hits the big screen July 28 The post Watch the The Emoji Movie Opening Scene! appeared first on

‘The Dark Tower’ Trailer: Get Used to the Carnage

We’re now in the second half of blockbuster summer, and while it seems like all the big studios movies will stop charging into theaters once the end of July rolls around, Sony Pictures wants to make sure you don’t forget about the one arriving a little late to the summer blockbuster cookout. Show More Summary

Box office: ‘Spider-Man’ slings $117 million debut

NEW YORK (AP) ’ "Spider-Man: Homecoming" swung past expectations, opening with an estimated $117 million in North America and giving a Sony Pictures a much needed hit.

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