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‘Venom 2’ Producer Offers an Update on the Sequel, Which is Undergoing Remote Post-Production

Venom 2 doesn’t need to let there be carnage when the whole movie industry is already in disarray due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. With film productions temporarily shut down all around the world, Sony Pictures was also forced to push back the release date of its high-profile Venom sequel despite the film wrapping production. Like all big comic book films, Venom: Let There Be Carnage would have to go through an extensive post-production process that involves reshoots. But as the pand...
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Venom 2 Producer Unsure About When They Could Finish Reshoots

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Venom 2 producer unsure about when they could finish reshoots Before all film productions were temporarily shutdown due to the ongoing global pandemic, Sony Pictures’ upcoming sequel Venom: Let There Be Carnage were one of the lucky high-profile projects to be able to finished filming. However, despite wrapping up production, the studio had still decided to pushed back the release date of the Tom Hardy-led film to 2021. In recent interview with Vanity Fair, producer Dan ...
Tags: Movies, Netflix, Andy Serkis, Woody Harrelson, Sony Pictures, Tom Hardy, Vanity Fair, Marvel Studios, Wilson, Mowgli, Michelle Williams, Tom Holland, Dan Wilson, Harrelson, ComingSoon, Venom


Mike Mitchell to Helm We’re Not From Here for Columbia Pictures

Mike Mitchell to helm We’re Not From Here for Columbia Pictures Columbia Pictures has acquired the rights to Geoff Rodkey’s sci-fi middle-grade novel We’re Not From Here from Will Gluck’s Olive Bridge Entertainment and has landed Mike Mitchell (The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part) to helm a film adaptation of the project, according to Deadline. RELATED: The School for Good and Evil: Paul Feig to Direct Netflix Movie Adaptation First published in 2019 by Crown Books, the New York Times bestse...
Tags: Movies, Disney, New York Times, Sony, Dreamworks Animation, Alvin, Mars, Paul Feig, Sony Pictures, Will Gluck, Mitchell, Michael J Fox, Kung Fu Panda, Peter Rabbit, Columbia Pictures, Rob Schneider


Amazon Developing Lisbeth Salander Standalone Series

Amazon developing Lisbeth Salander standalone series After seeing various film and TV adaptations of the hacker-turned-private-investigator, Amazon Studios is developing a new standalone series focused on Lisbeth Salander from Stieg Larsson’s Millennium novel franchise, according to Variety. RELATED: Chris Pratt-Led The Terminal List Gets Series Order at Amazon The series, which is currently entitled The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo off of the first book in the franchise, is said to neither...
Tags: Amazon, Europe, TV, Movies, Amc, Netflix, TV News, Starz, Stieg Larsson, Sony Pictures, Chris Pratt, Claire Foy, Amazon Studios, Larsson, Andy Harries, Lisbeth Salander


Will Smith's Hancock Is a Fascinating Mess of a Superhero Movie

The summer of 2008 was a landmark for superhero cinema. That summer started with the release of Iron Man, the film that kickstarted the Marvel Cinematic Universe. It continued with The Incredible Hulk, the second film in the MCU, and then ended with The Dark Knight, a powerful, provocative, ultra-successful Batman…Read more...
Tags: Vince Gilligan, Science, Superheroes, Will Smith, Sony Pictures, Jason Bateman, Nostalgia, Retro Review, Hancock, Charlize Theron, Peter Berg


Michael Bay is Turning Mark Greaney’s Audio Book ‘Armored’ Into an Action Film for Sony

Bayhem won’t even stop for a pandemic. Michael Bay is proving to be quite the lockdown busybody, following up his coronavirus-inspired thriller with a feature film adaptation of a new audiobook by Mark Greaney, Armored. Bay is producing the cartel crime drama with 3 Arts’ Erwin Stoff for Sony and are looking to hire a writer for the project. Deadline reports that Sony Pictures acquired the movie rights to Armored, based on the new audiobook written by Mark Greaney, the writer behind the Gray ...
Tags: Books, Movies, Mexico, Michael-Bay, Los Angeles, Adaptation, Sony, Un, Sony Pictures, Bay, Tom Clancy, Sierra Madre, Action/Adventure, Jack Ryan, Stoff, Mark Greaney


Jackpot: Marc Guggenheim to Write Spider-Man Universe Heroine Movie for Sony

Jackpot: Marc Guggenheim to Write Spider-Man Universe Heroine Movie for Sony Deadline is reporting that Marc Guggenheim (Arrow, Supergirl, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow) is writing the script for Sony Pictures’ Jackpot, expanding the Spider-Man universe in a new heroine movie based on the crime-fighting mom from the Marvel comics that were created by Dan Slott and Phil Jimenez. RELATED: Sony Working on Secret Female-Centric Marvel Movie With S.J. Clarkson Jackpot is a superheroine with exceptional...
Tags: Comics, Movies, Marvel, Sony, Jackpot, Deadpool, Sony Pictures, Marvel Comics, Guggenheim, Marc Guggenheim, Ehret, ComingSoon, Movie News, Rob Liefeld, Jeff Robinov, Dan Slott


Secret Marvel Movie From Sony in the Works With Director S.J. Clarkson (EXCLUSIVE)

Though audiences will have to wait until 2021 for “Morbius” and “Venom 2” to hit the big screen, Sony Pictures is continuing to build up its slate of Marvel films. Veteran TV director S.J. Clarkson has signed on to develop the first female-centric movie from Sony’s catalog of Marvel characters, sources tell Variety. While it’s […]
Tags: News, Spider-Man, Sony, Sony Pictures, Clarkson, S J Clarkson, Sj Clarkson, Sony's Universe of Marvel Characters


Toy Story 4’s Josh Cooley Set To Write & Direct Malamander For Sony

Toy Story 4’s Josh Cooley set to write & direct Malamander for Sony Thomas Taylor’s fantasy novel Malamander has been a hit since its publishing last year and now Sony is getting to work on bringing it to life on the big screen with Toy Story 4 helmer Josh Cooley signing on to write and direct, according to The Hollywood Reporter. RELATED: Rogen, Goldberg & Tolmach Developing Bubble Adaptation For Sony Written by Taylor and featuring artwork from Tom Booth, the novel is set in a seaside to...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, Disney, Sony, Hasbro, Sony Pictures, Pixar, Taylor, Paramount, Herbert, Tom Booth, Cooley, ComingSoon, Movie News, Josh Cooley, Peter Kang


HBO Max Unveils Hundreds of Movies Available from Warner Bros., The Criterion Collection, Studio Ghibli & More

HBO Max is coming on May 27, and while a lot of eyes will be on the original content coming from the new streaming service, plenty of people will be happy to see the huge library of movies coming with it. Since HBO Max falls under the WarnerMedia banner, there’s a huge roster of classic movies that will be available to stream, including some that aren’t available anywhere else. The full list of classic movies that HBO Max is bringing to the table has been revealed, along with the rest of the mo...
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Tom Hanks WWII Film 'Greyhound' to Premiere on Apple TV+

"Greyhound," a WWII battleship drama written by and starring Tom Hanks, is set to premiere on Apple's streaming television service Apple TV+, reports Deadline. The movie was originally meant to be released in theaters on Father's Day by Sony Pictures, and will mark the biggest film release on ‌Apple TV‌+ to date. There was a major bidding battle between streamers for the rights to the film, and Apple may have paid close to $70 million. Apple has not yet set a release date for the film, but D...
Tags: Apple, Navy, Apple TV, Tom Hanks, United States, Bill Murray, Sony Pictures, Rashida Jones, Hanks, Apple TV shows, Apple TV Plus, Apple TV Shows Apple, George Krause, Atlantic Krause


Tom Hanks WWII Film 'Greyhound' to Premiere on Apple TV+ [Updated]

"Greyhound," a WWII battleship drama written by and starring Tom Hanks, is set to premiere on Apple's streaming television service Apple TV+, reports Deadline. The movie was originally meant to be released in theaters on Father's Day by Sony Pictures, and will mark the biggest film release on ‌Apple TV‌+ to date. There was a major bidding battle between streamers for the rights to the film, and Apple may have paid close to $70 million. Apple has not yet set a release date for the film, but D...
Tags: Apple, Navy, China, Apple TV, Tom Hanks, United States, Sony, Bill Murray, Sony Pictures, Rashida Jones, Hanks, CNBC Apple, Apple TV shows, Apple TV Plus, Apple TV Shows Apple, George Krause


Tom Hanks WWII Greyhound Film to Premiere on Apple TV+

Tom Hanks WWII Greyhound Film to Premiere on Apple TV+ In a surprising turn, Tom Hanks’ WWII battleship film Greyhound will premiere on Apple TV+, according to Deadline, instead of debuting in theaters by Sony Pictures on Father’s Day weekend. The streaming premiere will debut in over 100 countries, though a release date has not yet been set. Hanks stars in and also wrote the screenplay for the upcoming drama. RELATED: Greyhound International Trailer Previews Tom Hanks’ New WWII Drama Based o...
Tags: Apple, Movies, Apple TV, Tom Hanks, Oscar, Streaming, Las Vegas, Sony Pictures, North Atlantic, Elisabeth Shue, Hanks, Movie News, Gary Goetzman, Stephen Graham, Aaron Schneider, Ernest Krause Hanks


Tom Hanks Submarine Drama ‘Greyhound’ Skips Theaters to Debut on Apple TV Plus

Apple TV Plus has bought worldwide rights from Sony Pictures to the Tom Hanks World War II drama “Greyhound” following a bidding war for the movie, which was previously set for a Father’s Day theatrical release. Six-month-old Apple TV Plus announced the deal Tuesday. The streaming service did not disclose when it will release “Greyhound.” […]
Tags: Apple, News, Tom Hanks, Sony Pictures, Greyhound, Apple TV Plus, Apple Plus


Josh Trank and Tom Hardy Developing a CIA Limited Series

Josh Trank and Tom Hardy developing a CIA limited series Following the digital release of Capone earlier this week, director Josh Trank has confirmed that he will again be reuniting with Academy Award nominee Tom Hardy in an untitled limited series that centers around the formation of the CIA. Speaking with Collider, the Chronicle filmmaker has revealed he and Hardy will serve as producers for the project which he described as “interesting, dangerous and fascinating.”  RELATED: Capone Review ...
Tags: TV, Movies, TV News, Cia, Sony Pictures, Cuba, Tom Hardy, Castro, Hardy, Capone, Josh Trank, Trank, Albert L Ortega Getty, Collider the Chronicle, Capone Review, Eddie Brock Photo


Sony Remains Committed to Theaters, But Open to VOD Releases

Hollywood is hoping against hope that movie theaters will be back up and running this summer. But what if they’re not? Most major studios are trying to save face with theater owners by stating their commitment to the theatrical experience. But if the theatrical experience as we know it is endangered, what are studios left with? Digital VOD releases, of course. And Sony Pictures knows that. We all want movie theaters to survive the current pandemic, but it’s not going to be easy. And while Ho...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Disney, Sony, Amc Theatres, Sony Pictures, Tenet, Deadline Sony


Lin-Manuel Miranda Joins One Day at a Time’s Spring Animated Special

Lin-Manuel Miranda joins One Day at a Time’s spring animated special Pop TV has announced that award-winning actor Lin-Manuel Miranda has officially signed on to join the voice cast of One Day at a Time‘s upcoming animated special which is set is scheduled to air on Tuesday, June 16. When the series was unexpectedly cancelled by Netflix last year, The Hamilton actor was one of the many celebrities who rallied behind One Day at a Time by expressing their love and support through social media ...
Tags: Hbo, TV, Movies, Cdc, Time, Norman Lear, Toronto, Netflix, Army, TV News, Sony Pictures, Miranda, Hamilton, Penelope, Lin Manuel Miranda, Brooklyn Nine Nine


Russell Crowe to Star in ‘American Son’, the Hollywood Remake of ‘A Prophet’ at Paramount Pictures

Do you remember the French thriller A Prophet in 2009? The critically acclaimed movie was nominated for numerous awards, and won a couple international equivalents of Best Picture. It follows a delinquent young Muslim man in prison who gets caught up in a mob war between two different factions among the prisoners. Now, over 10 years later, the film is being remade at Paramount Pictures under the title American Son, and Russell Crowe has been set to star. If you’ve never heard of A Prophet unt...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Casting, Thriller, Muslim, Russell-Crowe, Sony Pictures, Paramount Pictures, Paramount, Remakes, Variety, Crowe, Malik, Neal H Moritz, Shutter Island, Dennis-Lehane


Ju-On: Origins Trailer: First Series Adaptation of Iconic Horror Franchise

Ju-On: Origins trailer: First series adaptation of iconic horror franchise The Ju-On franchise has been terrifying audiences around the globe for the better part of two decades and now it’s receiving a series adaptation at Netflix, Ju-On: Origins, with the first terrifying trailer being unveiled! The trailer can be viewed in the player below! RELATED: The Twilight Zone Season 2 Trailer Sets Premiere Date! The series, which is an international co-production between NBCUniversal Entertainmen...
Tags: TV, Movies, Trailer, Horror, Netflix, TV News, Streaming, Sony Pictures, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Ju, ComingSoon, Haruka, CS Interview, TV Premiere Date, Takashi Shimizu, Stephen Susco


Bloodshot Concept Art, Gag Reel & More Revealed for Blu-ray Release!

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Bloodshot concept art, gag reel & more revealed for Blu-ray release! To celebrate the 4K UHD, Blu-ray and DVD release of the Vin Diesel superhero vehicle Bloodshot, Sony Pictures has debuted a full gallery of concept art for the film as well as the hilarity-fueled gag reel and making of the film’s explosive tunnel sequence. The videos can be viewed in the gallery below while the concept can be viewed in the gallery below! RELATED: Bloodshot 4K UHD, Blu-ray & DVD Details...
Tags: Video, Movies, Deadpool, Sony Pictures, Neal Moritz, Ray, Vin Diesel, Moritz, Tim Miller, Dave Wilson, ComingSoon, Movie News, Lamorne Morris, Blur Studios, Blu-Ray Releases, Eric Heisserer




‘A Quiet Place’ Writers Team With Sam Raimi For New Sci-Fi Thriller

Scott Beck and Bryan Woods, the duo that penned A Quiet Place, just sold their latest project to Sony Pictures. The untitled, mysterious script is a sci-fi thriller, and Beck and Woods will be producing with none other than the legendary Sam Raimi. The writing team previously worked with Raimi on the Quibi series 50 States of Fright. Variety has the scoop on the new Quiet Place writers movie. And it’s my least favorite type of scoop – the type that comes with the following disclaimer: “Plot ...
Tags: Movies, Sci-fi, Beck, Sony, Sony Pictures, Woods, Sam-Raimi, Raimi, Scott Beck, Bryan Woods, Quibi, Raimi Productions, Scott Beck and Bryan Woods, Sam Raimi Debbie Liebling Zainab Azizi


Sundance Winner ‘Charm City Kings’ Moves to HBO Max From Sony Pictures Entertainment

HBO Max has acquired the worldwide rights to “Charm City Kings” from distributor Sony Pictures Entertainment and will release it on the new streaming service at some point this year, HBO Max announced Tuesday. The streaming service launches on May 27.“Charm City Kings,” from director Angel Manuel Soto, won the U.S. Dramatic Special Jury Prize for Ensemble Acting when it made its premiere at the Sundance Film Festival this year.Sony Pictures Classics was originally set to release “Charm City King...
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‘A Quiet Place’ Writers Team With Sam Raimi and Sony on Sci-Fi Thriller (EXCLUSIVE)

In a competitive situation, Sony Pictures has landed an untitled sci-fi thriller with “A Quiet Place” scribes Scott Beck and Bryan Woods set to write, direct and produce their original script. The duo will produce under their newly formed Beck/Woods banner along with Sam Raimi and Zainab Azizi, who will produce for Raimi Productions along […]
Tags: News, Sony, Sony Pictures, Sam Raimi, Scott Beck, Bryan Woods, Beck Woods, Zainab Azizi, Raimi Productions


A Quiet Place Scribes Partnering With Sam Raimi for Sony Thriller

A Quiet Place scribes partnering with Sam Raimi for Sony thriller After a heated bidding war, Sony Pictures has acquired an untitled sci-fi thriller from Scott Beck and Bryan Woods, the duo behind the acclaimed 2018 horror A Quiet Place, who are set to write, direct and produce their original script, according to Variety. RELATED: Exclusive: Sam Raimi on Spider-Man 2 Doctor Strange Reference The plot details are being kept under wraps for the project and will mark the duo’s third feature d...
Tags: Movies, Beck, Sony, Sony Pictures, Paramount Pictures, Woods, Sam Raimi, Raimi, Scott Beck, Alexandre Aja, ComingSoon, Movie News, Bryan Woods, Debbie Liebling, Quibi, Beck Woods


Seth Rogen & Evan Goldberg Developing Bubble Adaptation For Sony

Seth Rogen & Evan Goldberg developing Bubble adaptation for Sony Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg have had a strong working relationship with Sony Pictures going back nearly 13 years and now they’re looking to continue it as they are developing an animated adaptation of the 2018 podcast Bubbles, according to Variety. RELATED: An American Pickle: HBO Max Acquires Seth Rogen’s Comedy Film The film, which is being penned by podcast creator Jordan Morris, will tell the story of an unlikely group o...
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Rogen, Goldberg & Tolmach Developing Bubble Adaptation For Sony

Seth Rogen & Evan Goldberg developing Bubble adaptation for Sony Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg have had a strong working relationship with Sony Pictures going back nearly 13 years and now they’re looking to continue it as they are developing an animated adaptation of the 2018 podcast Bubble along with mega producer Matt Tolmach, according to Variety. RELATED: An American Pickle: HBO Max Acquires Seth Rogen’s Comedy Film The film, which is being penned by podcast creator Jordan Morris, will ...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Sony, Seth Rogen, Sony Pictures, Hulu, Jared Leto, Grey, Jordan Morris, Rogen, Goldberg, Matt Tolmach, Seth Rogen Evan Goldberg, Evan Goldberg, ComingSoon, Movie News


SPUMC?

Thwip? No. SPUMC.Read more...
Tags: Science, Marvel, Sony, Sony Pictures, Marvel Studios, Spider Man, Spumc, Sony Pictures Universe Of Marvel Characters


Gabrielle Union & Jessica Alba are Back in LA’s Finest Season 2 Trailer

Gabrielle Union & Jessica Alba are back in LA’s Finest Season 2 trailer Sony Pictures Television and Spectrum Network have released a new L.A.’s Finest trailer for the upcoming second season of their Bad Boys spinoff series. The video features the return of Gabrielle Union and Jessica Alba’s crime fighting duo as they continue to become a force to be reckoned with. The series is scheduled to make its return on June 8. Check out the video in the player below! RELATED: Parenting Without Border...
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Streaming service Hooq shuts down, ends partnerships with Disney’s Hotstar, Grab and others

Hooq, a five-year-old on-demand video streaming service that aimed to become “Netflix for Southeast Asia,” has shut down weeks after filing for liquidation and terminated its partnerships with Disney’s Hotstar, ride-hailing giant Grab, and Indonesia’s VideoMax. Hooq Digital, a joint venture among Singapore telecom group Singtel (majority owner), Sony Pictures, and Warner Bros Entertainment, discontinued the service on Thursday. It had amassed over 80 million subscribers in nearly half of t...
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