Stephen King's "Dark Tower" story continues in an all-new series by Robin Furth, Peter David and Jonathan Marks.
I saw a clip of Matt Lauer today. He said that viewing the video of the murder of two journalists “took my breath away.” Here is the man, I thought, who broadcast to me news of planes flying into the twin towers on 9/11. It must take a lot to take this veteran’s breath away. Then I watched the one-minute video myself, and I knew what he meant. Show More Summary
When Brian Howard decided to take out the Aurora radar tower's telecommunications systems in a botched suicide attempt, he essentially plunged into the dark 135 jets traveling through Midwest airspace.
Sony pulled a big power move earlier this month when it announced the release dates for 16 of its upcoming movies, daring all other studios to try and take on its Jumanji reboot or its never-gonna-happen Dark Tower adaptation. However,...Show More Summary
Karla picks up where Williams's first book on the case, Invisible Darkness, left her, painting her nails in her cell in solitary confinement in the gothic tower of Kingston's Prison for Women. After testifying against her ex-husband in 1995, Karla's life in prison was soon going to take a very different, dramatic turn. Show More Summary
Jeanne and her unique look saunter along the banks of the River Seine, flirt with the Eiffel Tower’s shadow, linger on café terraces and embrace the muted darkness of nightclub hotspots. Read the rest of the story at: Jeanne Damas stars as new face for Roger Vivier Autumn Winter 2015
Sony has re-arranged the franchise futures for some of its major blockbuster releases, and surprisingly that list includes not one, but two sequels to the Will Smith and Martin Lawrence cop buddy comedy […]
Nickolaj Arcel is set to direct the feature film adaptation. News by Raine Winters Fans of Stephen King’s Dark Tower series will be pleased to know Sony has officially announced the January 13, 2017 release of the film adaptation, reports...Show More Summary
Sony Pictures issues release dates for 16 upcoming movies, including 'Jumanji', 'The Dark Tower', 'Uncharted' and many more.
After a torturous on-off journey through development hell, the big screen version of Stephen King's Dark Tower series has finally been greenlit and approved, this time with Sony. The script is in place and the film will shoot through 2016 for release in 2017. Show More Summary
All in all, the entertainment behemoth's got 16 films up its sleeve for 2016-2017.
They really want us to think this thing is actually gonna happen. Read more...
Including two more Bad Boys films, The Dark Tower, Jumanji, Uncharted and more The post Sony Pictures Dates 16 Films Through 2019! appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Sony is officially letting the world know what it has going on for the next few years. With reboots and sequels aplenty, it appears that the company is content to take existing properties and ride them for as long as possible – but will movie-goers want to take the ride with them? That’s the million-dollar […]
Ever since it got really into extreme snowboarding a few years ago, Sony has been fully committed to the “go big or go home” lifestyle. That’s why the hack from last year was so brutal. Sony couldn’t just give up some private data, it had to give up a ton of hardcore private data. Show More Summary
A film adaptation of Stephen King’s DARK TOWER book series has been in the works forever, but now there’s finally a release date for the feature version to look forward to, along with the returns of a couple of long-running franchises. Sony Pictures has announced a full slate of debut dates for its 2016/2017 titles, […]
Sony has set release dates for 16 films, including "The Dark Tower," new "Bad Boys" and "Underworld" installments and a new "Ghostbusters" date.
Ka is a wheel and it's spinning faster than ever. The first film in Sony's adaptation of Stephen King's epic sci-fi/adventure/western/horror series bows in 2017! Read the full article on AICN Ahoy, squirts! Quint here. A release date...Show More Summary
In addition to giving release dates to Stephen King’s The Dark Tower, as well as both Resident Evil and Underworld sequels, Sony Screen Gems is infecting theaters with Patient Zero on September 2, 2016. In Patient Zero, an unprecedented global pandemic of a super strain of rabies has turned the majority of humankind into highly […]