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  • Chicago 'Amazing Spider-Man' casting call

    Chicago 'Amazing Spider-Man' casting call
    Spider-Man fans, it's your chance to get caught in the web of "The Amazing Spider-Man 2." Action Casting is looking for Spider-Man super fans to audition in Chicago to be part of a promotional campaign for "The Amazing Spider-Man 2," which stars Andrew...
  • Comcast Cuts Sony Deal to Sell 'House of Cards,' Early-Release Movies

    Comcast customers can now buy access to "House of Cards" season 1 through their cable set-top box and watch it across multiple devices -- no Netflix subscription required. The cable giant struck a pact with Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, giving...
  • 'Amazing Spider-Man 2′ to Open in India Before U.S.

    MUMBAI -- Sony Pictures Entertainment is to release "The Amazing Spider-Man 2" in India on May 1, a day ahead of the pic's North American outing. The company said it had moved the Indian release up by a day from May 2, in order to take advantage of a...
  • Pharrell Williams, a 'Happy' and busy guy

    Pharrell Williams, a 'Happy' and busy guy
    Pharrell Williams looked wiped out. Late on a recent evening, the singer-rapper-producer was shuttling between two studios at a Melrose Avenue recording complex. In one he was working on music for this spring's "The Amazing Spider-Man 2," which he's...
  • Sony Returns to Profit in Q3, Predicts Annual Loss

    TOKYO -- Sony reported a net profit of Y27.0 billion ($266 million) in the third quarter of FY2013, ending Dec. 31, 2013, compared with a loss of Y10.8 billion ($106 million) the same period the previous year. The company also enjoyed an increase in...
  • 'Batkid' Oscars appearance with Andrew Garfield cut at last minute

    'Batkid' Oscars appearance with Andrew Garfield cut at last minute
    At an Academy Awards ceremony that set out to honor movie heroes of all stripes, an onstage team-up between Spider-Man and the pint-size crusader known as Batkid didn't make the cut. Miles Scott, the 5-year-old leukemia patient who charmed America...
  • Spider-Man actor reportedly the reason behind Oscars cutting 'Batkid' segment

    Spider-Man actor reportedly the reason behind Oscars cutting 'Batkid' segment
    The absence of 'The Amazing Spider-Man' actor Andrew Garfield is reportedly the reason the Oscars cut a segment that would have featured 5-year-old Miles Scott, better known as "Batkid."  According to PageSix.com, Garfield was suppose to the take the...
  • ‘Amazing Spider-Man 3′: Marc Webb to direct next Spidey sequel

     
    Filmmaker Marc Webb appears set to direct “The Amazing Spider-Man 3.” Word came Tuesday that the director responsible for both […]...
  • 'Stalingrad' director Fedor Bondarchuk has epic bloodlines

    Though he's an award-winning director in his own right in Russia, Fedor Bondarchuk had a challenge emerging from the shadow of his famous father, the late Soviet filmmaker and actor Sergei Bondarchuk, who starred in and directed the seven-hour version...
  • ‘Amazing Spider-Man 2′ trailer: Jamie Foxx’s Electro shocks New York

     
    Jamie Foxx's Electro takes center stage  in a new international trailer for director Marc Webb's superhero sequel, “The Amazing Spider-Man […]...
  • Sony CEO: 'I'm Not Entertaining Even the Notion of Selling Our Entertainment Assets'

    Kazuo Hirai has circumnavigated the globe 12 times since becoming CEO of Sony Corp. in 2012, but he's about to embark on what could be his most entertaining voyage yet: to the Academy Awards. The 53-year-old executive, known to all as Kaz, is quick to...
  • Analysts: Sony Pictures Needs to Release More Tentpoles

    Sony Pictures has been slower than most of its rivals to develop new film franchises -- the golden ticket that studios have come to rely on in today's margin-stressed movie business. Media analyst Harold Vogel says the Culver City-based studio has paid a...