EXCLUSIVE: Matthew McConaughey has come attached to star in The Billionaire’s Vinegar, the Sony Pictures film about the scandal that ensued when an auctioned cache of wine bottles purported to have been owned by Thomas Jefferson were called fakes. Show More Summary
Will it actually happen this time? That's the first thought that comes to mind whenever we hear reports about a live-action Robotech, which have been circulating for almost as long as I can remember. Sony Pictures is the latest studio...Show More Summary
The Drac Pack is back, on this new poster! Sony Pictures Animation shared this new one-sheet for Hotel Transylvania 2, which will introduce Oscar-, Tony-, Grammy- and Emmy-winning writer, director, performer, composer and producer Mel Brooks in the sequel to the 2012 worldwide hit. You can also revisit the first teaser trailer here. I quite […]
The Robotech franchise, which had been languishing in Warner Bros.’ vaults since they secured the film rights in 2007,… Read More
Open Road Films and Sony Pictures scored one of the highest-profile and largest deals of the Sundance Film Festival this year when they won a bidding battle for Rick Famuyiwa’s Dope. The deal is worth $7 million in minimum guarantee, with a $15 million P&A. Show More Summary
Growing up, I was a big fan of anime and I didn’t even know what anime was. All I knew was these awesome cartoons came on a local TV station during the afternoon called Robotech and…
If the live-action and computer animation hybrid adaptation of The Smurfs just didn't do anything for you, then you might be happy to hear that Sony Pictures Animation has a fully animated reboot on the way. We heard rumblings of this project last year, and at the time, the film was supposed to arrive sometime this year. Show More Summary
Mark your calendars, because Sony Pictures Animation has set a 2017 date for its next trip to Smurf Village. That might not sound like something to look forward to after the grating awfulness of the last couple of Smurfs movies, but this one’s different. Show More Summary
The popular anime Robotech has been stuck in development since as far back as 2007 with Warner Bros. trying several iterations in order to get it off the ground, the last attempt being with commercial director Nic Mathieu in 2013. But...Show More Summary
The hacking of Sony Pictures’ computer files, apparently in revenge for a movie about a zany plot to assassinate North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, marks a new chapter in the saga of cybersecurity, cybercrime, and cyberwarfare. MostShow More Summary
We've got good news for you... though it may actually be bad news, depending on how you feel about Hollywood anime adaptations. That live-action Robotech movie might actually happen now that Sony Pictures has officially fished it out of limbo and sna...
Sony Pictures has picked up the rights to 'Robotech', in hopes of starting production soon on a new franchise. [...]
Sony Pictures hopes revive the popular ’80s anime series and develop it into a franchise.
BREAKING; Sony Pictures Animation has set for March 31, 2017 global release an untitled animated Smurfs film. This will be a new fully animated on the blue crew that propelled the live action Smurfs franchise to over $900 million inShow More Summary
300 scribe Michael Gordon will be scripting the first film in what is being eyed as a franchise The post Sony Pictures Announces Robotech Franchise Plans! appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Community was within hours of being truly dead, its actor contracts expiring without another distribution option when Sony Pictures TV and Yahoo cut a deal for a sixth season. And now, with the quirky comedy relaunched on Yahoo earlier...Show More Summary
The cyberattack on Sony Pictures entertainment left plenty of roiled waters in its aftermath. Lawsuits from employees whose personal information was leaked … apologies to President Obama and other subjects of hasty emails … U.S. sanctions...Show More Summary
“Sony Pictures is planning a film adaptation of the Broadway musical … Tom Hanks and his producing partner Gary Goetzman will produce through their Playtone banner along with Paul Blake, the lead producer on Broadway.”
The Salt of the Earth is a Sony Pictures Classics release, runs for 109 minutes, is in French, Portuguese and English with English subtitles, and is MPAA Rated PG-13 for thematic material involving disturbing images of violence and human suffering, and for nudity. Show More Summary