Why The Russos Are The Best Thing to Happen to the MCU Since Joss Whedon
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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.
As Marvel Studios swoops in to save the webslinger, SPINOFF takes a look at the main reasons he needed rescuing in the first place.
Forget Peter Parker -- there are plenty of other friends and foes of Spider-Man that will make a great addition to the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Marvel SVP of Publishing Tom Brevoort steps in to discuss the diverse options provided by "Secret Wars," and share his take on DC's new launches.
Spider-Man is joining the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but how can the two studios ensure 2017's solo Spidey film is the one fans are clamoring for?
The longtime Wolverine actor, who has expressed his desire to mix it up with the wider superhero world, is excited about Spidey's film future.
The latest reports stemming from the Marvel Studios/Sony deal say that an actor "much younger" than Andrew Garfield is sought to play Spidey. UPDATE: A report says "Venom" and a female-centric spinoff film are both still in development.
The Wall Street Journal reports that Sony's planned "Sinister Six" film is still on track following the Sony/Marvel deal, but will be delayed.
From rumor to reality, CBR traces the news trail that took Spider-Man from Sony Pictures to the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
The wall-crawler's addition to Marvel's movies means some big changes are on the way - Meagan Damore breaks down why this is an undeniably good thing
Marvel Studios and Sony's new deal has led to new releases dates for "Thor: Ragnarok," "Black Panther," "Captain Marvel" and "Inhumans."
With news that Spider-Man will join the Marvel Cinematic Universe, we want to know which MCU mainstay he should team-up with first.
Though Pascal, co-chairman of Sony Pictures Entertainment, will vacate her position in March, she plans to launch a major new production venture with the studio in May.
Joss Whedon is on record as noting that he believes that Fox owns the film rights to "most of Marvel's best characters" - do you agree?
In a competitive bid, Sony Pictures lands film rights to Jeff Lemire and Dustin Nguyen's forthcoming "Descender" comic book series.
Now that the cast has been announced, we may have an idea of the characters they’ll be playing in Paul Feig’s comedy. Could there be a role for Bill Murray?
Kristen Wiig, Leslie Jones and Kate McKinnon are reportedly in talks to join Melissa McCarthy in Paul Feig’s much-discussed comedy. UPDATE: Feig has announced the film's 2016 release date.
An appearance by Shannon in "Dawn of Justice" could spell doom for Superman; "Sinister Six" promo artwork surfaces from Sony Pictures Brazil and more.
The "Sherlock" actor opens up about his strange new role; a casting list may reveal the return of the "Amazing" franchise and more.
UPDATE: Google has confirmed The Interview will be available for streaming on Google Play and YouTube beginning today at 10 a.m.
The Seth Rogen/James Franco North Korea comedy will debut thanks to indie theaters like Alamo Drafthouse and as a VOD offering.
In a new message to the studio, the hackers suggest they’ll stop the leaks, but first they want the studio to remove “everything related” to the comedy from the Internet.
The theater chain's plan to fill screens vacated by Sony's "The Interview" with "Team America: World Police" has been stopped by Paramount.
Sony Pictures has cancelled the December 25 release and distribution of Seth Rogen & James Franco's "The Interview."
Spider-Ham and other weird characters won't appear in any Spider-Man film; Lisa Snart and Dante Ramon join the CW show and more.
Emails from the Sony hack reveal the "Amazing Spider-Man" producer has been in talks with Nintendo for an animated adaptation of the game franchise.
Rumor suggests Sony may not be through negotiating with Marvel over Spider-Man; a mystery character will return to "Arrow" in 2015 and more.
Sony may want Lord and Miller to helm a Spider-Man comedy; James Gunn denies connection to the "Guardians of the Galaxy" cartoon and more.
Marvel Studios wanted to include Spider-Man in 2016's "Captain America: Civil War," according to emails leaked this week from the Sony Pictures hack.
Toby Kebbell calls new Doom an "anti-social programmer"; Sony rumored to be considering a retro spy flick for Spider-Man's aunt and more.
"Wonder Woman" may kick off a trilogy; Disney identities mystery woman in "Avengers" trailer & more.
Robert Downey Jr. backtracks on a new solo film but teases further involvement with Marvel; "The Flash" scores best new series debut for the CW since 2009.
Inside sources at both studios have confirmed that talks have started, with the level of success of 2016's "Sinister Six" possibly being the deciding factor.
Longtime "Ghostbusters 3" champion Dan Akroyd doesn't just want a sequel -- he wants a bigger franchise expansion in the vein of Marvel Studios.