Scott Snyder and Jeff Lemire have reason to celebrate today, as their Image Comics series, A.D.: After Death has been acquired by Sony.
Jon Favreau doesn’t get the credit he deserves for bringing the Marvel Cinematic Universe to life. Not only did the actor/director give us Iron Man, he also brought us Happy Hogan. Though the character appeared in three Iron Man films, Hogan seemed to get shorted when it came to the bigger flicks. Thankfully, Spider-Man: Homecoming is going to fix that.
Sony’s PlayStation Network has announced it has cancelled its original series Powers after two seasons.
With the new Ghostbusters movie ready to haunt theaters on July 15th, it was only a matter of time before a new animated television series was announced.
Though we get to see the new Spider-Man next month in Captain America: Civil War, fans have been wondering when they would get to see a new stand-alone Spider-Man flick. Sony Pictures announced at CinemaCon that they are hoping for three movies, and revealed the title of the first film.
With Star Wars moving away from the December release schedule of 2018, seems like the month needs a little pick me up. Maybe that is why Sony pushed the animated Spider-Man movie to that month.
We’ve seen the official cast photo for the upcoming Ghostbusters movie, now Sony has unveiled the first four character posters from the upcoming movie.
We’ve seen some set photos and behind the scenes pics from the upcoming Ghostbusters movie, but now we have an official cast photo from Sony Pictures.
Deadline is reporting that Scott Rosenberg (who wrote Con Air, Pain & Gain and Gone in 60 Seconds), will be penning the upcoming Jumanji remake for Sony slated to drop on Christmas Day 2016. Despite the fact that reactions to the announcement to remake Jumanji in the wake of Robin Williams’ passing Sony is determined to go ahead with the project. Filming will begin early next year on the film that is supposed to be as much a re-imagination as a remake of the 1995 original movie. Do you think Scott Rosenberg is the right person to pen Jumanji? Are you looking forward to the movie? Let us know
First it was Ernie Hudson, the Bill Murray and Dan Aykroyd, and now we have learned that Sigourney Weaver is joining the Ghostbusters reboot.
In an interview with Empire Magazine director of the upcoming Spider-Man movie for Sony Pictures Jon Watts revealed the age of this incarnation of Peter Parker. Watts stated, “I love the idea of making a coming-of-age high-school movie. We’re really going to see Peter Parker in high school and get deeper into that side of it. He’s just 15 now.” Watts also went on to comment on Spidey’s origin, or the lack thereof, “There are only so many times you can kill Uncle Ben.” Given that actor Tom Holland is 19-years-old this announcement from Watts makes a lot of sense.