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  • Sony to remake ‘The Craft’ with director Leigh Janiak

     
    Ready for another round of light as a feather, stiff as a board? Sony Pictures is currently working on a […]...
  • Cannes: Hirokazu Kore-eda deftly explores family in 'Our Little Sister'

    Cannes: Hirokazu Kore-eda deftly explores family in 'Our Little Sister'
    CANNES, France — The press-day publicity apparatus that surrounds directors of competition films at the Festival de Cannes is never less than surreal, but it feels especially out of place when the filmmaker in question is Japan's Hirokazu Kore-eda....
  • Animated ‘Spider-Man’ in the works with ‘Lego Movie’ directors Lord and Miller

     
    Make way for more Spider-Man. Phil Lord and Christopher Miller have been tapped to develop an animated “Spider-Man” film, Sony […]...
  • CinemaCon: Sony announces animated 'Spider-Man' with Lord and Miller

    CinemaCon: Sony announces animated 'Spider-Man' with Lord and Miller
    New Sony Pictures Chairman Tom Rothman pledged to the CinemaCon audience this week that he would “make news” at the convention. The executive made good on his word Wednesday when he announced that the studio would create an animated “...
  • CinemaCon: Tom Rothman says Sony Pictures post-hacking is 'unbroken, unbowed'

    CinemaCon: Tom Rothman says Sony Pictures post-hacking is 'unbroken, unbowed'
    Yes, Sony Pictures had a really bad year in 2014, but the studio is moving past its horrible hacking scandal and wants movie theater owners to as well. That was the message that came across loud and clear during the company's presentation to...
  • Ben Affleck asked PBS to not reveal slave-owning ancestor: WikiLeaks

    Ben Affleck asked PBS to not reveal slave-owning ancestor: WikiLeaks
    Ben Affleck requested that the PBS documentary series "Finding Your Roots" not reveal he had a slave-owning ancestor, according to emails published online by whistleblower site WikiLeaks, and the information never appeared on the program. PBS and...
  • WikiLeaks' move 'rewards a totalitarian regime,' Sony lawyer says

    WikiLeaks' move 'rewards a totalitarian regime,' Sony lawyer says
    Sony Pictures on Friday repeated its call for media organizations to not publish information stolen in last year's hack of its computer systems. The move comes a day after the website WikiLeaks published a searchable database containing a trove of...
  • Michael De Luca enters three-year first-look deal with Universal

    Michael De Luca enters three-year first-look deal with Universal
    Movie producer Michael De Luca has officially entered a first-look deal with Universal Pictures, said studio chair Donna Langley on Friday.  Earlier this month, De Luca confirmed that he was leaving his position at Sony's Columbia Pictures for a...
  • Executives support federal requirement for hacking notification

    Executives support federal requirement for hacking notification
    In the wake of a number of high-profile cyberattacks against businesses, several leading executives urged the federal government to adopt standards for them to follow in the event of a data breach. Current and former officials from Chicago's Orbitz...
  • Amy Pascal's exit hints at new script for Sony

    Amy Pascal's exit hints at new script for Sony
    Amy Pascal, long considered one of the most powerful women in Hollywood — and a throwback to old-school moviemaking — is stepping down from her co-chair job at Sony Pictures Entertainment in the wake of the devastating cyberattack that...
  • Tom Rothman among leading candidates to replace Amy Pascal

    Tom Rothman among leading candidates to replace Amy Pascal
    She has been a fixture of Hollywood for nearly three decades. Since joining Columbia Pictures in 1988, Amy Pascal has presided over a string of hits including "Groundhog Day," "Men in Black" and "The Amazing Spider-Man." She has also forged close...