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Sony and Nelvana are developing a "Hotel Transylvania" television series based on the teenage years of Dracula's daughter, Mavis, and her friends.
As "Powers" season one heads to Blu-ray and DVD next week, CBR has a pair of exclusive clips from the special features.
A Marvel "Daredevil" story and a conversation from Special Edition: NYC inform Joseph Illidge's thoughts on the communities of color in comics.
Eighteen years after the release of the original, Square Enix and Sony have announced at E3 that they’re remaking Final Fantasy VII for PlayStation 4.
With a single tweet, Chandler Riggs announced his name as being in - and out - of the running to play the next big screen Peter Parker.
The "Supergirl" pilot has amassed 120,000 downloads; James Gunn expresses desire to have at least two women on the Guardians and more.
Though "Powers" will get a second season on the PlayStation Network, it'll be without Charlie Huston, due to reported "creative differences."
The Playstation Network's flagship series, based on the comics by Brian Michael Bendis and Michael Avon Oeming, will return in 2016
Brian Michael Bendis speaks candidly with CBR News about the first season of "Powers," the chances for a second and the reception from fans.
Stephen King’s book series may be Sony’s next film franchise, kicking off with a new script written by Akiva Goldsman and Jeff Pinkner.
Sony’s "Pixels" pits Adam Sandler, Peter Dinklage, Michelle Monaghan and Josh Gad against an alien invasion.
Field, who played Aunt May in Sony's two recent "Amazing Spider-Man" installments, laughed off the idea of a spinoff when asked about it.
The "Powers" co-creator talks with CBR News about the Sony TV series, casting the show and how the long road to production worked in its favor.
Joseph Kosinski, who directed "Oblivion" and "Tron: Legacy," is in talks to adapt the long running PlayStation racing franchise for Sony.
When Spidey returns to the big screen as part of the MCU, would you prefer Peter Parker or Miles Morales to be under the mask?
CBR untangles the web of reports following Monday's news that Marvel Studios and Sony Pictures will collaborate on Spider-Man's movie future.
From rumor to reality, CBR traces the news trail that took Spider-Man from Sony Pictures to the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
A deal has been reached between Marvel Studios & Sony Pictures, with the two now sharing live-action control of Spider-Man. UPDATE: Garfield out as Spidey.
The long awaited live-action adaptation of Brian Michael Bendis and Michael Avon Oeming's super-powered crime comic arrives soon.
Sony has dismissed a widespread rumor that Spider-Man will appear in an upcoming Marvel Studios-produced "Avengers" film.
Chris Ryall & Ashley Wood's IDW series will make the jump to live-action in "Shrek" and "Chronicles of Narnia" director Andrew Adamson's film.
After shelving the film earlier this week, a lawyer from Sony says there are plans in the works to release “The Interview.”
Amy Adams reveals Lois and Wonder Woman will not fight for Superman's affection; Stephen Amell hints at possible cameo from cousin Robbie and more.
"Aquaman's" potential director, a "FF/X-Men" film crossover and more future "Spider-Man" film ideas have now been released as a result of the Sony hack.
The Sony email hacks have brought many details about the "Spider-Man" film franchise to light, including the possibility of a Marvel crossover.
A source within Sony has denied the rumor that a Spider-Man spinoff film starring a young Aunt May in an "espionage story" is in development.
"Vikings'" Katheryn Winnick praises her "Captain Marvel" supporters; Michael James Shaw debuts as "Hellblazer" character and more.
Brian Michael Bendis and Michael Avon Oeming's "Powers" is headed to TV, and the Sony series got a preview Saturday at New York Comic Con.
Sony's live-action "Powers" series has its Christian Walker: "District 9" star Sharlto Copley. Plus, Michelle Forbes joins as Retro Girl.
Sony stunned the comic community when they announced a female-driven super hero movie in development for 2017, but which leading lady will they choose?
With the Spider-Man film franchise in flux, a report says that a female-led Spidey spinoff movie is under consideration for 2017.
Susan Heyward, recently seen on "The Following," has been cast as co-lead Deena Pilgrim on the PlayStation Network's "Powers" TV show.
The director of "The Twilight Saga: Eclipse" and several episodes of "Hannibal" will helm the first two installments of Sony's "Powers" TV show.
The Sony and Marvel film holds tight to the No. 1 spot internationally as it webs up a total of $550 million worldwide to date.
The new comedy starring Seth Rogen and Zac Efron looks to top the North American weekend box office, pushing "Amazing" to No. 2.
The sequel to Sony's Spider-Man reboot lands big in North America, with a worldwide haul of $369 million thus far.
The sequel to the 2012 film looks like it will bring in more than $90 million during its North American opening weekend.
"Chronicle" actor Dane DeHaan spoke one-on-one with Comic Book Resources about playing Peter Parker's best friend, and playing Peter Parker's worst nightmare.
Fans with music-identification app Shazam can uncover a special post-credits scene that teases the future of the franchise and the villains of the Sinister Six.
In the North American market, the latest film from Marvel Studios passes another milestone as it falls to No. 2 at this weekend's box office.