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With the next James Bond movie officially set for 2019, the process of locking down a director is underway, with Yann Demange, Denis Villenueve and David MacKenzie all in the running. However, in the decades-long history of the franchise, there has never been a woman behind the camera, but it hasn’t been for a lack of trying. READ MORE: Kathryn Bigelow’s ‘Detroit’ Is An Uneven, But Powerful Docudrama [Review] Variety reveals that back when Amy Pascal was running Sony, longtime distributors of the James Bond flicks, she “urged” Kathryn Bigelow to direct a James Bond movie. Continue reading Former Sony Chief Amy Pascal Wanted Kathryn Bigelow To Direct A James Bond Movie at The Playlist.
Based on the comic from Valiant Entertainment The post Jared Leto Up For the Lead Role in Sony’s Bloodshot Film appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
The alliance between Marvel and Sony to bring Spider-Man into the Marvel Cinematic Universe, starting with last year’s “Captain America: Civil War” and continuing with next week’s “Spider-Man: Homecoming,” is certainly great for fans. However, the boring truth is that there is plenty of big money at stake for both studios, who definitely want to see their collaboration succeed creatively, but also commercially. Continue reading How Marvel & Sony Are Splitting ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’ Money Revealed at The Playlist.
The wait is almost over. For years we’ve all been anguishing over the relative lack of board game related disaster movies in our collective cultural life since the 1995 Robin Williams vehicle, “Jumanji” — give or take a “Battleship” here and there. Anguish no longer, as Sony has at long last released the first trailer for “Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle,” yet another sequel to a long forgotten film franchise that no one cares about anymore. Continue reading First Trailer For ‘Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle’ Rumbles With Dwayne Johnson at The Playlist.
Check out Tom Holland and the cast live from Hollywood The post Watch the Spider-Man: Homecoming Premiere Livestream! appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
As you might expect when two massive companies come together, Marvel and Sony‘s team-up for this summer’s “Spider-Man: Homecoming” is not without its bumps in the road. Specifically, producers Kevin Feige and Amy Pascal have struggled to stick the same message regarding the future of their collaborations, with the latter boldly stating last week that Sony’s brewing “Venom” and “Silver and Black” films would be linked to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Continue reading Kevin Feige Talks ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’ Sequel, Tom Holland Says ‘Venom’ Not Part Of The MCU at The Playlist.
While Marvel and Sony‘s team-up on “Spider-Man: Homecoming” is being viewed as an Earth-shaking deal in an industry where every studio ferociously protects their brands, according to Kevin Feige, it was pretty simple to hash out when he sat down with producer Amy Pascal. “It really came down to me telling Amy in her office that I think the best thing for this character is: Sony has the rights, that’s not changing,” Feige told THR. Continue reading Iron Man Won’t Return For ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’ Sequel, ‘Venom’ Villain Revealed at The Playlist.
Earlier this year, producer Amy Pascal put a dark cloud over “Spider-Man: Homecoming,” suggesting that following the planned sequel, the character would be bouncing out of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The team up between Marvel and Sony has always been seen as near miraculous and temporary, but now it seems like it could lasting a little bit longer. Tom Holland recently revealed there’s a ‘Spider-Man’ trilogy in the works, and now Pascal says that relationship between Sony and Marvel is going to be growing. Continue reading Producer Says ‘Venom’ & ‘Silver And Black’ Linked To MCU, Spider-Man Possibly Also Sticking Around at The Playlist.
In the span of a few weeks, Sony has quickly learned what happens when you announce a plan to offer drastically cleaned up versions of your movies, without consulting the filmmakers. The backlash was swift, and ever since, Sony has backed down, partially from the controversy, and partially because the whole endeavor might in breach of DGA rules. One of the most vocal opponents of the plan was Judd Apatow, and in a thoughtful interview with The Frame, he breaks down why this issue is so important for filmmakers. Continue reading “It Was Pretty Shocking”: Judd Apatow’s Talks Sony’s Clean Movie Initiative at The Playlist.