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Comics veteran and "Thor: The Dark World" screenwriter Christopher Yost looks to bring He-Man back to the big screen at Sony Pictures.
Sony has set release dates for 16 films, including "The Dark Tower," new "Bad Boys" and "Underworld" installments and a new "Ghostbusters" date.
"Stuart Little" may make a return to the big screen, with a new film reportedly in development at Sony Pictures.
John Francis Daley and Jonathan M. Goldstein confirmed that they are teaming to bring the web-slinger back to the big screen.
An animated film based on Emojis -- yes, the varied emoticons that have become a staple of mobile communication -- is now in the works at Sony.
The director of the first three Spider-Man movies talked to MTV News about what he thinks of Marvel's latest incarnation of the wall-crawler.
We've seen the new ghostbusters geared up and ready for action, but up until now, we had no idea what to call them.
John Francis Daley & Jonathan M. Goldstein, the duo behind "Vacation," are reportedly Marvel and Sony's choices to write "Spider-Man."
The Oscar-winning actress will reportedly star opposite Tom Holland in the rebooted franchise from Marvel and Sony.
Marvel's next Spider-Man has started a workout plan that will get him in web-slinging shape in time for his big screen debut.
Feige talks about the film's John Hughes reference point, who the villain may be, and the possibility of a Spidey crossover to Netflix.
The long path towards casting the new live-action Spider-Man included screen tests with Marvel Studios vets Robert Downey Jr. and Chris Evans.
With Tom Holland now cast as the MCU's Peter Parker/Spidey in 2017's "Spider-Man" movie, what do you think of the new star?
A document leaked as part of the Sony hack details that Peter Parker must be depicted as Caucasian and heterosexual, among other specifications.
According to a new report, Tom Holland and Charlie Rowe are the last two candidates left standing to play the new live-action "Spider-Man."
We put the "first appearance" rule to the test to see if it really determines which movie studios can claim film rights for Marvel characters.
Following the massive success of "Furious 7," James Wan has reportedly sign on to direct both "Aquaman" for Warner Bros. and "Robotech" for Sony.
Asa Butterfield has not been offered the role, but he and five others just put in an all-day screen-test as the final decision draws near.
New unconfirmed reports say the "Ender's Game" star is currently in negotiations to be Sony and Marvel's next big-screen Spider-Man.
With Sony working on a different type of "Spider-Man" movie, here are five comic book stories that could be just right for an animated adaptation.
A report states that serious contenders to direct the next "Spider-Man" include Jared Hess ("Napoleon Dynamite") and Jason Moore ("Pitch Perfect").
Fresh off the billion-plus (and still growing) gross of "Furious 7," James Wan is reportedly in talks to helm Sony's "Robotech" adaptation.
Oliver Queen will return to Central City in "Rogue Air"; Oscar Isaac teases how Apocalypse gathers his forces and more.
The studio screened footage from films ranging from "Hotel Transylvania 2" to "Goosebumps" to "The Walk," but left room for a couple of big surprises.
The oldest actor in the running to be the next Peter Parker is only 20 years old as Sony and Marvel zero in on a star.
The first-ever animated "Spider-Man" feature film is on the way in 2018, with "LEGO Movie" vets Phil Lord and Chris Miller on board as producers.
"Arrow" EP Marc Guggenheim says Colton Haynes will return once more this season; W. Earl Brown joins the AMC show's cast and more.
The teams behind "Fast & Furious" and "John Wick" will bring the two Valiant franchises to the big screen starting in 2017.
The directors of "Captain America: Winter Soldier" are the perfect choice to fill Joss Whedon's shoes and helm Marvel's "Avengers: Infinity War" films.
Sony Pictures hopes revive the popular ’80s anime series and develop it into a franchise.
Paving the way for Tuesday’s trailer debut, the studio has released two teasers for the sci-fi comedy, which stars Adam Sandler, Kevin James and Peter Dinklage.
Dracula attempts to teach his half-human, half-vampire grandson to fly in the teaser for Genndy Tartakovsky’s animated sequel.
In addition to Paul Feig’s female-led film, the studio has enlisted the Russo brothers, Drew Pearce and Channing Tatum for an action-comedy based on the 1984 classic.
The studio has registered several domain names related to the hit manga and anime series.
Joe and Anthony Russo, of Marvel Studios' "Captain America" franchise, have entered into a new three-year first-look deal with Sony Pictures.
Joseph Kosinski, who directed "Oblivion" and "Tron: Legacy," is in talks to adapt the long running PlayStation racing franchise for Sony.
According to multiple reports, frequent Joss Whedon collaborator Drew Goddard may move from "Sinister Six" to Spidey himself.
Matt Murdock poses with Karen Page and Foggy Nelson in images from "Daredevil"; Falcon will fly again in "Avengers" sequel and more.
Just released earlier this month, Scott McCloud's new graphic novel "The Sculptor" is in the works at Sony, with Scott Rudin attached to produce.
Joseph Illidge examines the argument against a Black/Latino Spider-Man in the Marvel Cinematic Universe by looking at past consumer actions.