Seinfeld Episode 142: The Chicken Roaster | Image: Sony Pictures TelevisionSince it was announced that every Seinfeld episode is now available to stream, the show is getting paid a bit of added attention, with episode guides and rankings, feature articles and the like. Show More Summary
The Uncharted movie has extended its stay in production limbo. Seth Gordon, the most recent director to be attached to Sony Pictures’ Uncharted movie, has exited the project. According to a report by The Warp, Tom Rothman – who took over chairman duties from departed Amy Pascal, has taken the project into a new creative […]
Last week, we told you about a leaked agreement between Marvel and Sony Pictures that included a bulleted list of “Mandatory Spider-Man Character Traits.” The document clearly dictated that the character is “Caucasian;” “not a homosexual (unless Marvel has portrayed that alter ego as a homosexual);” “does not sell/distribute illegal drugs,” and, most peculiarly, “does […]
Last November, Sony Pictures Entertainment became the victim of one of the largest cyberattacks in U.S. history, with a group calling itself Guardians Of Peace infiltrating the company’s networks, stealing terabytes of data, and then wiping it from the system. Show More Summary
The live-action film adaptation of popular adventure video "Uncharted" just hit a major hitch – it has lost its director, Seth Gordon. Gordon's exit was prompted by a recent decision by Sony Pictures' head Tom Rothman to change "creative direction" when it came to the movie, according to reports.
Part 1, posted today, is sub-titled: “Who Was Manning the Ramparts at Sony Pictures?” Parts 2 and 3 will follow online, respectively, on Friday and Saturday. Reporter Peter Elkind begins by painting an ominous picture. On November 3, 2014, after a group of four employees from Silicon Valley-based cyber-security firm Norse Corp. Show More Summary
Naughty Dog's Uncharted is one of the most popular and beloved video games in recent years, and while the games are still going strong, Sony's attempt to adapt the action into a major motion picture has been plagued with issues for years. Show More Summary
Sony Pictures has made a lot of mistakes in the past year, but perhaps one of the biggest thus far is the new Spider-Man casting. This week, a relative unknown from the UK, Tom Holland, was announced as the actor set to play the iconic Peter Parker in the next installment of the constantly rebooted Spider-Man franchise. Show More Summary
Marvel Studios and Sony Pictures have finally found the new face of Peter Parker/Spider-Man in this 19-year-old English actor. Meanwhile, a new director has been chosen to direct the superhero's upcoming standalone film.
"Screw you, Grandma!" Sony Pictures Classics has debuted the trailer for Paul Weitz's Grandma, starring Lily Tomlin as a feisty grandma who spends a day trying to round up cash with her granddaughter, played by Julia Garner. Marcia Gay Harden and Judy Greer also co-star. Show More Summary
Marvel Studios and Sony Pictures have finally found their new teenaged Spider-Man and announced their choice of Tom Holland to play the iconic web slinger.
Earlier this year, Marvel Entertainment and Sony Pictures announced their plans to shoot a new Spider-Man movie. Actor Tom Holland has been hired to take on the role of the web-slinging superhero (also known as Peter Parker). Filmmaker Jon Watts will take the helm of this project and serve as the director. Show More Summary
The Mandalay Entertainment CEO and former Sony Pictures chief on interest in an NFL team, the future of virtual reality and how Michael Lynton handled the hack. read more
Sony Pictures and Marvel Studios have found their Peter Parker/Spider-Man. He is Tom Holland who received critical raves for his performances in Wolf Fall and The Impossible – and is one of the stars of the upcoming The Heart of the Sea. Jon Watts (Cop Car) has been named director of the as yet untitled … Continue reading Here’s Your Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man! ?
"Spider-Man" co-creator Stan Lee has responded to leaked documents which claimed that the Marvel Comics icon should not be portrayed as gay. A licensing agreement that was leaked as part of the 2014 Sony Pictures hacking specified that Spider-Man should "not be homosexual" in any onscreen depiction, according to Gawker. Show More Summary
It’s being reported by Deadline that Jaume Collet-Serra (Orphan) is in talks to direct In The Deep, the shark film written by Tony Jaswinski and purchased by Sony Pictures. Nothing has been locked down as the studio and Collet-Serra are simply in the opening stages of negotiations. The film is being described as the melding […]
Sony Pictures and Marvel Studios had recently been working double time, filming “Captain America: Civil War” in Atlanta while flying prospective Peter Parkers to the set to audition for the next “Spider-Man” franchise. Asa Butterfield,...Show More Summary
EXCLUSIVE: Jaume Collet-Serra is circling to direct In The Deep for Sony Pictures. This is the spec script by Tony Jaswinski that created a feeding frenzy last fall when Sony beat out three other studios to win the project. The filmShow More Summary
Ready to meet your new Spider-Man? Sony Pictures and Marvel Studios have announced that Tom Holland will play the famous web-slinger in upcoming installments in the cinematic universe. While he won't swing into a theater near you in a standalone film until 2017 (he's expected to appear in next year's... Read More >
Nine months after setting up shop at Sony for his company Studio 8, ex-Warner Bros. Motion Picture Group President Jeff Robinov is expanding into television with the hire of former Chernin Co. TV president Katherine Pope to run a newly launched TV division. Show More Summary