Michael Lynton Re-Ups as CEO of Sony Entertainment 6 weeks ago
Michael Lynton has re-upped in his dual role as chief executive of Sony Entertainment and chairman and chief executive of Sony Pictures...
By Todd Cunningham
Adam Bergerman and John Spinello will report to Adrian Smith in a realignment of Sony's domestic distribution unit
Sony Pictures passes the $4B mark at worldwide box office as "Skyfall" passes "Casino Royale" as biggest-earning Bond film ever
Screenings of the digitally restored "Lawrence of Arabia" will mark film's 50th anniversary and precede Sony's release of a Blu-ray collectors set on Nov. 13
Didn't we learn from "Alvin and the Chipmunks"? Cuddly CG characters plus a live-action comedy star is a winning formula, no matter what the critics say
The new exec VP of worldwide marketing and distribution had been senior VP of worldwide theatrical digital cinema operations
Sony executive has helped lead corporate and media relations since joining the studio in 2009
Nick Bakay wrote the comedic pitch, about two guys who witness a murder in Miami
Craig Fernandez will write the contemporary adaptation of Mary Shelley's classic novel
Strategic opportunities and new business models are in the air as former president of business affairs & administration takes over
Tolmach: "Over time I felt the pull to be more involved creatively in movies and less in 8 to 10 meetings a day"
James Bond actor will play journalist Mikael Blomkvist in Sony and David Fincher's English-language adaptation
Hollywood experience includes stint as vice chairman of Sony Pictures Entertainment
Veteran marketing executive previously led efforts at Marvel, Sony Pictures
FIFA signs agreement for 3D broadcast as well as post-match film from Sony Pictures.
New Viacom studio will self-distribute domestically
The studio's global strategy is paying off big in foreign markets.
London-based producer is emerging as a competitor.
Richard Linklater’s third peek into the love story of the couple played by Julie Delpy and Ethan Hawke celebrates romance, compromise, disillusionment and the glory of conversation