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Paul McCartney Sues To Win A Battle Duran Duran Lost

McCartney sues Sony to unravel a tangled knot of U.S. and foreign copyright law.

Classically Trained and Celebrated Actor Sir Patrick Stewart Cast as Poop in The Emoji Movie

2 hours agoHumor / odd : Laughing Squid

He ain’t no ????????! So excited to announce the distinguished @SirPatStew as Poop in the #EmojiMovie – in theaters August 4th! #SonyAnimationDay pic.twitter.com/JTeEhP08qI — Sony Pictures (@SonyPictures) January 18, 2017 Classically trained and celebrated actor Sir Patrick Stewart has been cast as Poop in The Emoji Movie. Stewart joins T.J. Miller as Gene, James Corden […]

DigiLens shows better waveguide technology for augmented reality, to be used on Sony AR glasses

The main issue with the HoloLens is its limited field of view, necessitated by the cost and difficulty of creating the waveguide display. Now DigiLens have shown off a new diffractive optical waveguide technology using nanotechnoloy materials which promise to be larger and much easier and cheaper to manufacture. DigiLens’ technology can enable “eyeglass-thin” AR heads-up […]

Patrick Plays Poop

2 hours agoGenres / Sci Fi : TrekToday

Sir Patrick Stewart has joined Sony Pictures Animation‘s The Emoji Movie. In The Emoji Movie, “Gene (T.J. Miller), an emoji born with...

Newswire: Miles Morales will be Sony’s friendly animated Spider-Man in a new movie

Spider-Man remains a white guy named Peter Parker in Sony’s upcoming live-action movie, but that won’t be the case in the animated film due out in 2018. Miles Morales—the half-black, half-Latino hero introduced back in 2011—will be the...Show More Summary

Paul McCartney sues Sony/ATV over Beatles song rights

Today in Entertainment: Janelle Monáe, Maxwell to perform at Women's March; Sundance updates Jan. 19, 2017, 10:29 a.m. We're experiencing a moment of relative calm in the entertainment world in these few days between the conclusion of Golden Globe Awards and the start of the Sundance Film Festival....

Paul McCartney sues Sony/ATV over Beatles song rights

The long saga over the rights to the Beatles catalog entered a new phase on Wednesday when Paul McCartney sued music publisher Sony/ATV over the rights to 267 songs that he penned for the band with co-writer John Lennon.  The suit, filed in the Southern District of New York in Manhattan, is the...

Sony Pictures Animation Unveils 'Spider-Man,' 'Hotel Transylvania 3,' 'Smurfs' And More

A brief rundown on what was shown and what was learned at yesterday's Sony Pictures Animation presentation.

Newswire: Julia Roberts, Michelle Rodriguez, and Ellie Kemper join Smurfs: The Lost Village

Smurfs: The Lost Village, the third entry in the animated Smurfs film franchise, already has a teaser trailer, and now it has a Julia Roberts, too. According to /Film, Sony Pictures Animation has announced more cast members for the movie...Show More Summary

‘Hotel Transylvania 3’ Books a Stay on a Monster Cruise Ship

After the monstrous success of the first two films, Sony Pictures Animation announced that Hotel Transylvania 3 will hit theaters September 21, 2018. This time around, Mavis surprises Dracula with a family voyage on a luxury Monster Cruise Ship so he can take a vacation from providing everyone else’s vacation at the hotel. The rest of Drac’s Pack […]

What You Need to Know About the Nintendo Switch's Garbage Graphics

6 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

The Nintendo Switch looks like it might be complete weaksauce when compared to the best consoles from Sony and Microsoft. But the real question is: does that even matter? Probably not. Read more...

Paul McCartney Files Lawsuit To Force Sony/ATV To Transfer Rights To 267 Beatles Songs

Former Beatle Paul McCartney filled a lawsuit against Sony/ATV Music Publishing in federal court in New York on Wednesday, hoping to reclaim the ownership of 267 Beatles songs that Michael Jackson acquired in 1985. ____________________________ More than two decades ago, Michael Jackson outbid Paul McCartney for the publishing rights 267...

‘Gravity Rush 2? is a gorgeously animated, exuberant game

Gravity Rush 2 Developed by: JAPAN Studio Published by: Sony Computer Entertainment Available on: PlayStation 4 “Gravity Rush 2” is a sugary-sweet conglomeration of the best of Japanese geek culture. Sharply animated and brilliantly colored, the game has the look of an anime film and tells much of its story through comic-book panels. It’s the […]

Sony’s silence on PlayStation VR could spell trouble for the fledgling market

Sony isn't really talking about VR and it recently killed a game studio behind one of its most popular VR titles. How should we interpret the company's silence, and what does it mean for the future of VR development? The post Sony’s silence on PlayStation VR could spell trouble for the fledgling market appeared first on ExtremeTech.

AM BRIEF: McCartney Sues Sony/ATV • Slants vs Supremes • Apple Music Adds Sports • Tidal Adds Track Edits • More

Thursday 1.19.16 Music Business News From Around The Web I guess, why not? But Apple Music adding CBS Sports feels more like a strange distraction than a smart add-on. Updated continuously under our More News tab

Sir Paul McCartney is Suing Sony for Beatles Music Rights

10 hours agoNews : Newsweek: US

Michael Jackson famously outbid McCartney for publishing rights to the songs in 1985.

Patrick Stewart Is Taking On His Crappiest Role Yet

Patrick Stewart’s latest role is not to be sniffed at. The legendary English actor will voice the character of Poop ? the poo emoji ? in the upcoming “The Emoji Movie.” Sony Pictures announced the news via Twitter on Wednesday: He ain’t...Show More Summary

Sony prepping an Xperia XA successor, leaked renders suggest

Sony may be preparing the release of a successor to the Xperia XA as renders of an unknown Sony device, with a similar design, are leaked.

McCartney Suing Sony Over Beatles Songs

Sony currently holds the copoyright to part of the Beatles catalog, including such hits as "Love Me Do" and "I Want to Hold Your Hand"—but Paul McCartney is suing to get the songs back. Per TMZ, the songs in question are the ones Michael Jackson once held the rights...

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