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Rumor: New Title For 'Spider-Man'Reboot Revealed?

Our buddy El Mayimbe recently posted a rumor recently on his Instagram account naming the new Spider-Man reboot from Marvel Studios and Sony Pictures. The supposed title for the new reboot is called “Spider-Man: The New Avenger”, which would reference the web-slinger as the new addition to the Avengers team. Show More Summary

Sony Pictures Planning New Animated Spider-Man Movie

Sony Pictures has announced that thye are enlarging the Spiderman universe with an animated movie that's planned for release in 2018. Executive Tim Rothman revealed the information at the 2015 CinemaCon last week.

Privacy For Me…

Excellent points from Michael Cohen about the Wikileaks posting of private data from Sony Pictures: What a victory for transparency that these critically important stories are now in the public domain! That’s what Wikileaks and its click-obsessed enablers in the media would like you to believe. But in reality, data dumps like these represent a […]

Do Nonprofit Directors Face Cyber Security Risk?

The cyber security (CS) debacles faced by Target, Sony Pictures and others may seem far afield from the concerns of nonprofit directors, except for the giants in the area, like AARP. However, think about this hypothetical scenario. A...Show More Summary

Leaked Piracy Report Details Fascinating Camcording Investigations

A top-secret presentation made by the Federation Against Copyright Theft to Sony Pictures shines light on the complex investigations carried out by the anti-piracy group. The document reveals suspects being filmed in cinemas, tracked using Facebook friends, and their connections to release groups mapped in intriguing diagrams. Show More Summary

Sony: Hack class-action lawsuit invalid because no one's ID has been stolen

LOS ANGELES — No one has been the victim of identity theft in the five months since the cyber attack on Sony Pictures Entertainment exposed reams of sensitive data, so a class-action lawsuit should be dismissed, the studio argues inShow More Summary

Leaked Sony email shows us how stupid superhero movies get made

You might recall that Sony Pictures Entertainment was hacked last October by probably-North-Korean-hired hackers that were protesting Sony’s release of the Seth Rogan/James Franco comedy The Interview. That hack involved dumps of large […]

Animated 'Spider-Man' Movie Confirmed to Hit Theaters 2018, Film to Be Spearheaded by 'The Lego Movie' Directors

Sony Pictures recently announced during the CinemaCon event on Wednesday that an animated film for its popular superhero franchise property, Spider-Man, is coming soon to theaters.

Julianne Moore Praises Indie Films At CinemaCon: “Hollywood Isn’t In The Business Of Creating Parts For Actors”

Indie films now are bigger than ever. That’s was the takeaway at today’s CinemaCon panel for “The 'Independent' Game: Based on a True Story” panel which was comprised of Sony Pictures Classics co-chiarman Tom Bernard, Oscar-winning actress...Show More Summary

The Lego Movie Writers/Directors Tackle Animated Spider-Man For Sony!

Phil Ford and Chris Miller, whose The Lego Movie was universally acclaimed, are tackling an animated Spider-Man film for Sony. The announcement was made at CinemaCon this morning  by the chairman of the Sony Pictures Entertainment Motion Picture Group, Tom Rothman. Show More Summary

CinemaCon: The Sony Pictures Presentation

Pixels, Goosebumps, The Walk, Hotel Transylvania 2, Aloha, Ricki and the Flash and more The post CinemaCon: The Sony Pictures Presentation appeared first on

Sony Set To Reboot 'The Invisible Man'?

According to The Tracking Board, Sony Pictures is developing a new film adaptation (reboot) of H.G. Wells' "The Invisible Man," which Lucy Fisher and Douglas Wick will produce. Fisher and Wick are also set to produce an adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson’s "Dr. Show More Summary

Your Next Spider-Man is One of These Five Guys

5 days agoHumor / odd : Nerd Bastards

The agreement between Sony Pictures and Marvel Studios got fans excited about the fact that Spider-Man will finally be able to take his rightful place next to Captain America, Iron Man and the rest of the Avengers inside the Marvel Cinematic Universe continuity. But with great franchise consolidation comes great new casting possibilities, and if […]

Denzel Washington & 'The Equalizer' Are Confirmed for a Sequelizer

Briefly: Back in February of 2014, months before The Equalizer had hit theaters, Sony Pictures was said to already be working on a sequel to the action thriller starring Denzel Washington. And at CinemaCon last night, the studio confirmed...Show More Summary

Nat Wolff, Asa Butterfield & Three More Shortlisted for 'Spider-Man'

It's been a couple months since Sony Pictures struck a deal with Marvel Studios to share the iconic superhero Spider-Man, allowing him to enter the Marvel cinematic universe while Sony creates yet another franchise featuring a new version of Peter Parker. Show More Summary

CinemaCon: Tom Rothman says Sony Pictures post hacking is 'unbroken, unbowed'

Yes, Sony Pictures had a really bad year in 2014. But the studio is moving past the horrible hacking scandal and wants movie theater owners to as well.

Sony Touts ‘Serious Momentum’ And A Pep Talk From Tom Rothman – CinemaCon

Sony Pictures distribution chief Rory Bruer began his studio’s slate presentation at CinemaCon late yesterday afternoon addressing the 800 pound gorilla in the room. “There were a few stories written about Sony last year, ”  he saidShow More Summary

CinemaCon 2015: Spider-Man Back as Animated Movie by Phil Lord and Chris Miller for Sony

Sony Pictures wanted to prove that they didn’t give up on Spidey. At this week’s CinemaCon, Sony Pictures Entertainment Chairman Tom Rothman took the opportunity to still claim its stake on the growing $4 billion worldwide franchise....Show More Summary

Get Ready for That Animated Spider-Man Movie

Sony has announced plans for its animated, Phil Lord- and Chris Miller-written-and-produced Spider-Man feature, Variety reports. You might remember mumblings of this project from last fall's Sony hack scandal, but Sony Pictures chairman Tom Rothman officially dished the news at this year's CinemaCon. Fans were assured there that the cartoon flick... More »

Ang Lee Confirms He's Already Shooting His Next Film in 120FPS 3D

We all thought we were done with High Frame Rate projection after The Hobbit, but it looks like that's not the case. During Sony Picture's annual presentation at CinemaCon this week, director Ang Lee appeared in a recorded video from the set of his new film based on the book Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk. Show More Summary

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