Shakeup at Sony continues
Kurtzman and Roberto Orci are teaming with Ed Solomon to write "Venom" and Jeff Pinkner to write "The Amazing Spider-Man 3"
Veteran of Sony lot produced "Moneyball" and "The Social Network"
Kennedy also worked in the Clinton White House
It's a new look for the villain audiences saw Sam Raimi bring to life in 2002 -- is it improved?
Microsoft’s latest console burns out of the gate, one week after rival PlayStation 4 bow
Sony's Amy Pascal: "We don't work with directors who go over budget" -- and profligate filmmakers will "face real financial penalties"
Cutting that much will likely result in layoffs
OmniCorp is trying really hard to make their dream of a robotic police force patrolling American soil a reality
Incubus founder Michael Einzinger and renowned musician Dave Stewart will also contribute to the sequel's score
Quarterly earnings disappoint
A new piece about the billionaire hedge-fund manager claims Loeb tried to oust Finke after she criticized him in a Deadline column
Sharlto Copley is voicing the lead robot in Sony and MRC's sci-fi movie, which co-stars Dev Patel
Steven Mnuchin would provide financial backing for Warner Bros.' former film chief
Feature is part of new extras-load digital copies the partners are selling
Murray's frequent collaborator Scott Rudin is producing the film, which co-stars Emma Stone and Rachel McAdams
Andrew Mogel and Jarrad Paul are currently writing the movie for Sony and Gary Sanchez Productions
Tom Hanks stars as the eponymous captain in Paul Greengrass' latest movie.
Screenwriter Steve Wilson Briggs alleges that the "Elysium" filmmakers cribbed from his "Butterfly Driver" script
Clay Kaytis and Fergal Reilly will co-direct the 3D animated movie for Sony Pictures and Rovio Entertainment
The acting may not be up to the caliber of Chloe Grace Moretz, but it would make you take your espresso to go
With films like "Gravity," "Rush" and "Captain Phillips" winning raves, the majors are back after a decade of indie domination
Slate deal with Blue Anchor comes in the wake of several similar pacts
In the latest episode of Hollywood Torrent, TheWrap's Lucas Shaw and Brent Lang discuss ongoing turmoil at Sony and other studios
Matt Tolmach will produce the feature adaptation of Matthew Quick's "Love May Fail"
He replaces Marc Weinstock, and will oversee domestic theatrical marketing
Marc Weinstock's former job description is being divided, as Nigel Clark is expected to handle international marketing
Matt Tolmach ("The Amazing Spider-Man") will produce the movie for the studio
Changes are coming after the disappointing performance of "After Earth," "White House Down" and "Elysium"
The first image of the five-man crew who embark on a dangerous World War II mission in director David Ayer's follow-up to "End of Watch"