Miles Morales will be the “star” of Sony’s upcoming Spider-Man animated movie. That’s the official confirmed news from Sony’s just-concluded animation presentation, a morning that also saw footage from The Emoji Movie and the next Smurfs movie (there are a lot more female Smurfs this time around). The big news is that, as hoped/rumored, Mr. Morales will be taking flight on the big screen as the would-be webslinger over Christmas weekend 2018 when the Bob Persichetti/Peter Ramsey-directed and Phil Lord/Chris Miller-executive produced animated adventure debuts. And it’s terrific news for several reasons. Continue reading →
Variety is reporting that Robert Downey Jr. will reprise the role of Tony Stark in Sony and Marvel’s upcoming co-production of Spider-Man: Homecoming. The size of his role in this film has not been revealed yet, so Tony’s appearance could be anything from a cameo to a larger supporting role. At this point we’re unsure whether he’ll show up as just Tony Stark or if he’ll actually don the Iron Man armor and suit up to help Spidey battle a bad guy (or two). Continue reading →
The logo for “Zombieland 2” was debuted at CinemaCon earlier this week. The long-promised sequel to the 2009 indie flick is said to be in development at Sony. The new logo is the classic one that fans first saw, except with the added number. Continue reading →
During Sony Pictures’ CinemaCon presentation they not only announced the official title for Marvel’s Spider-Man: Homecoming film, but they also talked a little bit about the animated Spider-Man film coming that is currently being developed by Phil Lord and Chris Miller. Continue reading →
Sony officially announced Spider-Man: Homecoming as the title of its new Spider-Man solo film that’s a co-production with Marvel Studios, and now it appears that we know at least one of the villains who will show up in that film. Continue reading →
At the Sony Pictures presentation at CinemaCon, the studio announced that the official title of Marvel’s solo Spider-Man movie will be Spider-Man: Homecoming, and above you can find an official logo that was revealed at the presentation. Continue reading →
The prevailing hypothesis for the reason that we haven’t seen Spider-Man in any of the marketing material for Captain America: Civil War was because they were trying to keep that aspect of the film a secret. Well, it turns out there’s a lot more to it than that.
During a Q&A with Collider, directors Joe and Anthony Russo revealed that all of the deals involving Spider-Man between Marvel and Sony Pictures still aren’t fully completed. I thought everything was squared away! Apparently that’s not the case, though. Continue reading →
Not only is Sony Pictures developing a couple of live-action Ghostbusters reboots, but according to The Tracking Board, the studio is also in the process of making an animated film. It’s actually a bit more exciting for me than the upcoming live-action film projects, though.
According to the report, the film will be an action-comedy that “will follow a similar logline to that of the 1984 original, in which a group of scientists team up to fight off ghosts, using gadgets and gizmos to capture the menacing ghouls who have invaded Manhattan.” Continue reading →