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Sony has hired "Transformers" and "Star Trek" writing team Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci to pen an "Amazing Spider-Man" sequel in anticipation of Marc Webb's reboot hitting theaters in July.
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DC Comics calls upon Joshua Williamson, Francesco Francavilla and Adam Hughes to bring Sony's Nathan Drake comic book debut to life in November's "Uncharted."
Sony's portable digital comic readers are finding out that the company has announced plans to discontinue their store and service as of this week.
Although director Marc Webb is still shooting "The Amazing Spider-Man," Sony has already signed screenwriter James Vanderbilt to start work on the sequel. SPINOFF has details.
Actor C. Thomas Howell let slip a few details about the Marc Webb-directed "Amazing Spider-Man," including the identity of Spider-Man’s foe -- something that’s been widely reported but never confirmed.
"Hannah Montanna" actor Chris Zylka has officially been confirmed as playing Peter Parker's high school bully and Spider-Man's biggest supporter as Flash Thompson comes to the Sony reboot.
The newly blonde actress shows off her tresses at a funeral scene for Marc Webb's incoming reboot of the "Spider-Man" movie franchise, though Peter Parker Andrew Garfield has yet to be seen.
News is out that Peter Parker's rarely seen parents Richard and Mary will make an appearance in director Marc Webb's upcoming "Spider-Man" film relaunch along with a married pair of villains, however more details remain scarce.
The chain-smoking comedian turned acclaimed cable actor is in final talks to sign on as Gwen Stacey's Spider-Man supporting police captain in director Marc Webb's upcoming wall-crawler reboot.
The Academy Award-winner is the latest acclaimed name to be attached to the relaunch of Spider-Man in the trades as the vital role of Peter Parker's elderly aunt in the high school-era action story.
The veteran actor joins the cast of director Marc Webb's Spider-Man relaunch as the ill-fated uncle who sends Peter Parker on his path from high school nerd to web-slinging superhero.
Sony has greenlit the second "Ghost Rider" movie, with Nic Cage back in the saddle as Johnny Blaze, But rumor has it the original's budget may not be along for the ride.
After rumors online swirled during the week, word is out that the villain Rhys Ifans will play in the as yet untitled "Spider-Man" prequel movie will be Dr. Curt Connors AKA The Lizard.
Emma Stone has been cast as the female lead in the upcoming "Spider-Man" film from Columbia Pictures and Marvel Studios. She'll star opposite Andrew Garfield in the Marc Webb-directed film.
Reports are hitting that "Easy A" actress Emma Stone will soon be offered the role of Mary Jane in Sony's "Spider-Man" reboot, leaving the role of Gwen Stacey and the mystery villain next to be cast.
Sony execs have reportedly reviewed screen tests for the new Spider-Man and are expected to make their decision and subsequent casting announcement shortly. SPINOFF ONLINE has the details.
PSP users are also getting the DC Comics digital comic book treatment today, offering traditional DC and gaming-oriented titles to millions of PlayStation Network members. ROBOT 6 has details.
With an ambitious rollout for DC Comics content on computers, iPads, PSPs and more starting today, DC's digital leaders Jim Lee and John Rood talk to CBR about creator royalties, retailer inclusion and content choices.
With Sony's marquee Marvel property looking forward to a teenager relaunch, SPINOFF ONLINE has the early word on actors in the running including "Kick-Ass" star Aaron Johnson and "Star Trek's" Anton Yelchin.
This month, WildStorm is launching a six-issue miniseries based on the highly successful "God of War" games. CBR spoke with writer Marv Wolfman and artist Andrea Sorrentino about the project.
"Popeye" returns as an all-CGI film from Sony. Avi Arad is set to produce the film which will be made by Sony Pictures Animation. Popeye stared in a long running series of animated shorts and a 1980 musical.
Actor John Malkovich confirms to Italian TV that he will play the Vulture in "Spider-Man 4." The actor is awaiting the final script and hopes to being shooting soon. This comes on the heels of a rough week for the film.