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Charles Sipkins Exiting Sony As Corporate PR Head

Sony Pictures Entertainment chairman and CEO Michael Lynton just issued an internal notice that SVP Communications Charles Sipkins has resigned to pursue other opportunities. “We thank him for his contributions and wish him success the...Show More Summary

Holiday tech shopping: The view from

16 hours agoTechnology : Post Tech

Here's a range of interesting gadgets and luxury items that are reviewed by TV: Sony X900B Get it: If you want a lifelike picture Skip it: If space is a concern (large speakers on either side of the screen add to its girth) Price: $3,999.99 This television has a colorful, rich, vibrant image — […]

‘The Queen Latifah Show’ canceled

“The Queen Latifah Show" will be ending after this season, distributor Sony PIctures Television announced Friday.

‘Queen Latifah Show’ Cancelled After Two Seasons

Sony Pictures TV has cancelled its syndicated talker The Queen Latifah Show after two seasons. It will continue airing originals until the end of March. Said SPT: “We want to thank Dana, the producers and the entire staff of The Queen Latifah Show for creating a program that we are all very proud of. Show More Summary

Sony Pictures Has Abandoned Aaron Sorkin's Steve Jobs Biopic

The Steve Jobs film we’ve been anticipating for a very long old time indeed looks like it won’t happen as soon as expected — if at all. Variety reports that Sony Pictures has pulled its backing from the project. More »      

'1984' Movie Adaptation Lands 'Bourne' Director Paul Greengrass

Paul Greengrass will direct a new version of George Orwell's classic dystopiannovel '1984' for Sony Pictures. [...]

Paul Greengrass Attached to Direct ’1984?

Never one to shy away from political tales, Paul Greengrass is preparing to adapt a classic of the genre. Sony Pictures is getting the ball rolling on a new adaptation of 1984, the dystopian novel by George Orwell, and has attached Greengrass to direct. Show More Summary

Sony Drops Steve Jobs Biopic, Shakeup Leaves Apple Co-Founder Picture Without A Studio

The Aaron Sorkin-penned Steve Jobs biopic looked like a home run from the jump, but the project has been troubled nearly since its inception. The latest news has the Steve Jobs movie being dropped by Sony Pictures, and there’s some uncertainty over whether the project can continue at all without a studio. Show More Summary

Paul Greengrass to Direct New Adaptation of George Orwell's '1984'

In addition to returning to the Jason Bourne franchise with Matt Damon at Universal, director Paul Greengrass is in the midst of setting up another project over at Sony Pictures. Deadline has word that Greengrass is attached to direct...Show More Summary

Sony Pictures Has Abandoned Aaron Sorkin's Steve Jobs Biopic

2 days agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

The Steve Jobs film we've been anticipating for a very long old time indeed looks like it won't happen as soon as expected—if at all. Read more...

'Steve Jobs' Biopic Has Been Dropped by Sony

Sony Pictures has surprisingly dropped the Aaron Sorkin written, Danny Boyle directed 'Steve Jobs' biopic, with Universal Pictures now eyeing the project. [...]

Steve Jobs Biopic Gets Dropped By Sony

Aaron Sorkin's Steve Jobs biopic just underwent a new drastic change. Sony has dropped the film. Thankfully Universal Pictures has expressed strong interest and it looks like the project won't have to suffer a whole lot due to the change. Show More Summary

Steve Jobs biopic reportedly heading to Universal as Sony backs out

After failing to lock down a lead actor, Aaron Sorkin's upcoming Steve Jobs biopic may now be changing studios. Deadline reported that the movie is heading to Universal from Sony Pictures, with a deal set to finalize as early as Thursday evening. Show More Summary

Sony Drops Danny Boyle's Steve Jobs Film, Universal Picks Up Pieces

There's no doubt that Sony Pictures has had some trouble getting the latest Steve Jobs biopic off the ground with David Fincher once in talks to direct, only to fall away and have it land in the hands of Slumdog Millionaire director Danny Boyle. Show More Summary

New report claims Aaron Sorkin’s Steve Jobs biopic moving from Sony Pictures to Universal

A new report claims that the upcoming Steve Jobs biopic, led by veteran screenwriter Aaron Sorkin, is set to change hands. According to Hollywood magazine Deadline, the film will be moving from Sony Pictures to Universal Pictures by tomorrow at the latest. Despite the studio move, production of the movie is expected to remain on the […]

Sony Drops Aaron Sorkin's Steve Jobs Movie, Universal May Take Over

Despite Aaron Sorkin's Steve Jobs movie being in the casting process and moving towards full fledged production, Sony Pictures has dropped the movie and put it "in turnaround", which allows another large studio to purchase the movie and take over, reports Deadline. Show More Summary

Sony Drops Out Of Steve Jobs Movie

The latest player to drop out of Aaron Sorkin's Steve Jobs biopic is a big one — Sony Pictures, who acquired the rights after Jobs' death in 2011, according to Variety. Christian Bale dropped out of the movie first, he was slated to play the lead role. Show More Summary

Paul Greengrass Eyes George Orwell’s ’1984;’ ‘Finding Neverland’s James Graham To Write Script

EXCLUSIVE: At a time when surveillance cameras and drones makes the Big Brother concept more plausible than ever, Sony Pictures is setting up a new version of 1984, George Orwell's dystopian classic novel. Paul Greengrass is attached to direct and Scott Rudin is producing with Gina Rosenblum. Show More Summary

Steve Jobs Film Moving From Sony; Will Universal Make The Movie?

EXCLUSIVE: In a shocking development, the Aaron Sorkin-scripted film about Apple genius Steve Jobs has been put in turnaround by Sony Pictures, and Universal Pictures is making a strong play for the movie. The film, an adaptation ofShow More Summary

Sony Pictures Aiming for $10 Billion-Plus Sales a Year by 2018

Growth expected to come from program production, TV network business more focus on tentpole movies and higher revenue from music streaming read more

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