“They’re just being two kids fighting over money, when they could just come together and make something great,” one fan told BuzzFeed News of the fight between Disney and Sony.
Disney and Sony Pictures will no longer share Tom Holland's webslinger.
This action-thriller starring Taraji P. Henson earned $12 million on opening weekend following criticism that Screen Gems didn't do enough promotion.
In An Unprecedented Move, Sony Pictures Will Reshoot Kevin Spacey’s Part In “All The Money In The World”
Kevin Spacey will be cut from the already-shot film and replaced by Christopher Plummer.
Is Lisbeth the opposite of Queen Elizabeth? Perhaps!
After a breakneck start to the year, Hollywood has backslid into one of the worst summer slumps in its history. Here are the actors, filmmakers, studios, and franchises that have reason to celebrate, and the ones that really, really, really can’t wait for 2017 to be over.
From Disney and Deadpool to X-Men: Apocalypse and Michael Moore, here are the actors, filmmakers, and studios with reason to celebrate for the first half of the year — and others who may wish it was over already.
"They would come to us and say, 'Are you sure we can't make this movie without Spider-Man?' We would say, 'You absolutely can't do it without him,'" director Joe Russo told BuzzFeed News. Warning: MAJOR SPOILERS!
Sony Pictures Entertainment reached the settlement agreement with the thousands of employees whose personal information was made public by hackers in 2014.
From Chris Pratt and Elizabeth Banks to Tomorrowland and Will Smith, here are the actors, filmmakers, and studios with reason to celebrate for the first half of the year — and others who may wish it was over already.
The actor, best known for The Impossible and Wolf Hall, will likely first appear in Captain America: Civil War in 2016, and then in 2017 headline a new Spider-Man movie — which will be directed by Jon Watts.
It will be independent of the live-action Spider-Man reboot also in development at Sony Pictures. That is a lot of Spider-Man movies.
"Professionally, I haven't heard anything about it," the actor told BuzzFeed News.
After months of speculation, Marvel and Sony announced a deal for Spider-Man to join the same cinematic universe as Iron Man, Captain America, and Thor.
After nearly 15 years in the position, one of the longest-serving studio chiefs in recent Hollywood history will form her own production company at the studio. UPDATE: Now, Rothman has been announced as Pascal's successor.
UPDATED: With $5.9 million in theaters added to its $40 million in VOD sales, the film's profitability still remains very much an open question.
From Marvel Studios' highs to Sony Pictures' lows, from Scarlett Johansson kicking butt to Adam Sandler bombing out, here are the highlights and lowlights in the movies this year.
UPDATED: The Interview's $2.85 million at the box office over the Christmas holiday weekend is mixed news at best for Sony Pictures, but its VOD grosses are far more impressive.
The suspected cyberattack comes just days after President Obama promised a "proportional response" to North Korea's hack of Sony Pictures.
On Sunday morning, President Obama called the alleged North Korean hacking an act of "cybervandalism," but Rep. Mike Rogers thinks the White House needs to do more.
UPDATE: In a statement, the film studio said, "Let us be clear – the only decision that we have made with respect to release of the film was not to release it on Christmas Day ... It is still our hope that anyone who wants to see this movie will get the opportunity to do so."
The deal came to light in a series of leaked emails between Sony Chief Amy Pascal and producer Avi Arad. UPDATE: Arad has denied that the deal has closed.
The hack also includes revelations about Leonardo DiCaprio deserving an Oscar, Michael Fassbender's package, and a planned mash-up film of the Jump Street and Men in Black franchises.
From details of named employees' medical histories to an unreleased pilot script written by the creator of Breaking Bad, the unprecedented leak of Sony Pictures data will reverberate for a long time to come.
From a financial perspective, the box office hit caused by the leak of unreleased films is expected to be minimal. Annie has the most at risk.
Five Sony films were leaked last week.
From Shailene Woodley and Angelina Jolie to Seth MacFarlane and Veronica Mars, here are the actors, filmmakers, and studios with reason to celebrate for the first half of the year — and others who may wish it was over already.
Corporate dealmaking led to the teaser for X-Men: Days of Future Past appearing at the end of The Amazing Spider-Man 2, but Fox and Sony will not be uniting Marvel Comics' web-slinger and mutant superheroes.
Sony Pictures has hired the writers of Star Trek Into Darkness, Men in Black, Cloverfield, and Fringe to transform the Spider-Man franchise into a Marvel Studios-style mega-franchise. The Amazing Spider-Man 3 is also already in the works.
CBS's first quarter earnings, released today, shined in part because it doesn't own a major movie studio. At least not yet.
After an Academy member says he won't vote for Zero Dark Thirty because of his "conscience," the co-chairman of Sony Pictures has released an impassioned statement.