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Ghost Of Tsushima Script is Finally Completed!

Director Chad Stahelski is expressing his enthusiasm about a new film he’s directing based on Sony’s Ghost of Tsushima video game. The project is being developed for PlayStation Productions. online pharmacy buy ocuflox online with best prices today in the USA Stahelski was quoted by ScreenRant as saying that things are coming together despite some…

SAG-AFTRA Actors Set to Strike After Contract Negotiations with Major Studios and Streamers Collapse

SAG-AFTRA, the union that represents approximately 160,000 Hollywood actors, is poised to go on strike after its talks with major studios and streamers have collapsed. The decision comes after the union completed its final day of negotiations with the studios and streamers yesterday, which didn’t produce an agreement, CNN is reporting. Fran Drescher, the president…

Sony Picks Up Domestic and Key International Distribution Rights to ‘Paddington in Peru’

Sony Pictures has picked up the U.S., Canada and key international distribution rights for the upcoming sequel, Paddington in Peru, Deadline is reporting. The anticipated live-action/animated comedy will serve as the second follow-up in the movie series, which began with 2014’s Paddington and continued with 2017’s Paddington 2. Sony has long been interested in acquiring…

Daisy Edgar-Jones To Star in ‘Twisters’, a Sequel to the 1996 Tornado-centric Film

Daisy Edgar-Jones will be starring in Twisters,—note the plural—a sequel to Twister, the 1996 blockbuster for Amblin Entertainment that earned nearly $500 in global box-office receipts., making it arguably the most memorable tornado-centric film since The Wizard of Oz. The new film is being cofinanced by Warner Bros. online pharmacy zithromax over the counter with…

Sydney Sweeney Reportedly Playing Spider-Woman in ‘Madame Web’

Actress Sydney Sweeney is reportedly playing Spider-Woman in Sony’s anticipated superhero movie, Madame Web. The news of the Emmy-nominated Euphoria star potentially playing Spider-Woman in the upcoming screen adaptation of the Marvel Comic was presented on the latest episode of film critic Jeff Sneider’s podcast, The Hot Mic. The movie reporter explained that he isn’t…

Jordan Peele Says He’s Glad He Turned Down ‘Akira’ Remake

Though it’s been more than thirty years since the release of Katsuhiro Otomo’s groundbreaking anime film Akira, a Hollywood live-action remake is still in development. Among the many filmmakers who’ve been involved with the on-again-off-again project over the decades include Leonardo di Caprio, Keanu Reeves, the Hughes Brothers, Steve Norrington, Pitolf, Ruairi Robinson, Albert Hughes,…

TV Review: Can HBO Strike Video Game Gold with “The Last of Us?”

Though there has been some recent success in the world of Video Game adaptations with the general acceptance of the Sonic the Hedgehog movies and the sheer brilliance of Josh Ruben’s Werewolves Within; bringing the interactive entertainment genre to larger audiences in the form of film and TV has not gone so well. But, with…

Ang Lee to Direct Son Mason Lee in Bruce Lee Biopic at Sony’s 3000 Pictures

Ang Lee has signed on to direct Bruce Lee, a biopic about the eponymous legendary martial arts legend, for Sony’s 3000 Pictures. The Oscar-winning filmmaker will work with his son, Mason Lee, who has been cast in the titular role, Deadline is reporting. Dan Futterman, who was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Original…

Sony Confirms New ‘Venom’ and ‘Ghostbusters’ Movies at CinemaCon

During CinemaCon 2022, Sony shared a sizzle reel that confirmed new installments to two popular franchises, according to IGN. Venom 3, which had previously been indicated by producer Amy Pascal last year as “in the planning stages,” is now officially a go, as is a sequel to Ghostbusters: Afterlife. Venom 3 will follow last fall’s…

Toronto International Film Festival Will Program Russian Independent Movies But Ban Official Delegations

The Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) will partially boycott the Russian movie industry throughout its programming this year after the country invaded Ukraine last week. TIFF is the latest major film festival to express solidarity with Ukraine following the attacks by Russian forces, according to The Hollywood Reporter. TIFF organizers said they will welcome independent…

Major Studios Pull Upcoming Releases, Including ‘Turning Red,’ ‘The Batman’ and ‘Morbius,’ from Russia

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has prompted Hollywood studios to cancel upcoming movie releases previously planned for Russia. According to EW, Disney led the way by pulling Turning Red, which is coming straight to Disney+ in the U.S. but had been set for a theatrical release there beginning March 10th. Warner Bros. decided not to release…