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Sony and Vegas Baby Signal ‘Shortwave’

After making the festival rounds, Sony Pictures and Vegas Baby Releasing have acquired Ryan Gregory Phillips’ Shortwave, which Luiz says “shines with more emotion than horror.” A theatrical, streaming, and VOD release is planned. Shortwave is now wrapping up its successful festival run after its Spanish premiere as an official selection at the Sitges Film Festival. It has […]

McG No Longer Directing Sony’s Masters of the Universe

Sony's "Masters of the Universe" has gained a release date as well as a new writer, with David S. Goyer, but lost McG as its director. The post McG No Longer Directing Sony’s Masters of the Universe appeared first on CBR.

PlayStation Plus subscribers in Europe get Alienation instead of Abzu in May’s free haul

The free PlayStation Plus games line-up for next month will be little different in Europe. Sony revealed the line-up of free games PlayStation Plus subscribers get in May overnight, but there’s something different this time. The official PS4 line-up is Tales from the Borderlands, and Abzu. However, PS Plus subscribers in Europe won’t get Abzu. […]

Sony’s Masters of the Universe Lands 2019 Release Date

Sony has locked down a release date for their long-in-development Masters of the Universe reboot. The post Sony’s Masters of the Universe Lands 2019 Release Date appeared first on CBR.

Sony’s Animated Spider-Man Movie Release Date Pushed Up

Sony's untitled animated Spider-Man movie is now slated to arrive one week earlier than originally announced. The post Sony’s Animated Spider-Man Movie Release Date Pushed Up appeared first on CBR.

Hacker teen responsible for attacks on Sony, Minecraft, Microsoft jailed for two years

Adam Mudd, who created DDoS tool Titanium Stresser at age 16, has been sentenced to two years in jail, The Guardian reports. Titanium Stresser, "carried out more than 1.7 [million] attacks on websites including Minecraft, Xbox Live and...Show More Summary

Sony Pictures CEO search narrows with Tony Vinciquerra as front-runner

Sony Pictures Entertainment is zeroing in on former Fox Networks head Tony Vinciquerra to replace Michael Lynton as its chief executive officer, according to three people familiar with the matter who were not authorized to comment publicly. Lynton, who held the top spot at the Japanese-owned entertainment...

GSN CEO David Goldhill Steps Down

GSN CEO David Goldhill has announced he will be leaving the company after a 10-year stint as chief executive. A search is underway for a new CEO of the cable network, a joint venture between Sony Pictures Television, which has a majority...Show More Summary

GSN's David Goldhill Steps Down as CEO

He'll be moving on after 10 years at the Sony and AT&T-owned cable network. read more

Tony Vinciquerra & Sony: No Offer To Anyone Yet On CEO Post

Despite a report that indicate that he has locked up the CEO job, there has been no offer made from Sony Pictures Entertainment to Tony Vinciquerra for the CEO position. We heard the same information on Friday and was told there are still two to three candidates still in the mix. Show More Summary

May's PS Plus lineup is somewhat decent

Seeing as how Microsoft set the bar pretty low level for May's Games with Gold, I guess Sony didn't need to do much to top them. While you could argue that the games on offer for Xbox One and 360 are better than this list, at least there...Show More Summary

Sony Dropping Dr. Luke Like a Bad Habit Might Not Be As Great For Kesha As We’d Hope

22 hours agoHumor / odd : Geekosystem

We've been covering the horror show that is Kesha's case against her former producer, Lukasz Gottwald (A.K.A. Dr. Luke), in which she accuses him of sexual assault and abuse. Now Sony, parent company to Dr. Luke's production company, Kemosabe Records, is distancing itself from the producer (finally!). In many ways, this is a victory for Kesha. In many ways, it's not.

Amid Kesha War, Dr. Luke Gets Booted as CEO of Sony’s Kemosabe Records

Amid Kesha War, Dr. Luke Gets Booted as CEO of Sony’s Kemosabe Records Sony is distancing itself from Dr. Luke during his legal war with Kesha, booting him from the company and his role as CEO of Kemosabe Records Unicorn Booty - Unicorn Booty brings you the best news, pop-culture, and opinions on the web!

Newswire: Sony gently nudges Dr. Luke in the direction of the door

Forceful words like “fired” aren’t quite accurate when it comes to the news, detailed in The Hollywood Reporter, that Sony is ending its working relationship with Dr. Luke (a.k.a. Lukasz Gottwald), the record producer whom Kesha has accused of years of sexual and psychological abuse while she was under contract with him. Show More Summary

Sony Music is reportedly dropping Dr. Luke after Kesha's explosive sexual assault claims

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Sony Music is severing its ties with Dr. Luke at Kemosabe Records, which is a subsidiary of Sony. Dr. Luke established Kemosabe Records with Sony in 2011. Over the past few years, Sony has been under immense pressure from supporters of Kesha to fire Dr. Show More Summary

NieR: Automata's 2B outfit comes to Gravity Rush 2 next month

Even if it's not in the form of substantial expansions, I'm glad that Sony is still somewhat supporting Gravity Rush 2 -- the longer this game is in the spotlight, the better. Although most of that love has come in the form of costumes...Show More Summary

Burger King Is Launching a Video Game Delivery Service in Spain. We Went There to Test It

Burger King Spain is looking to level up in esports and gaming. And it's getting a lot of help from the gaming industry itself. In its first-ever collaboration with Sony Interactive Entertainment, the brand officially launches "Burger Clan," the creative fruit of LOLA MullenLowe,on April 28. The campaign features nine professional gamers representing FIFA '17,...

Sony set to market an all-in-one OLED 4K TV

Here's a 4K TV that will likely speak to minimalists -- and interior decorators.        

Sony Demotes Dr. Luke Amid Kesha Legal Battle

yesterdayLGBT / Gay :

A small win for the "Tik Tok" singer's ongoing case.

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