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‘The Mitchells vs. the Machines’: Film Review

A barely functional family becomes humanity's last hope when a robot apocalypse led by evil Olivia Colman interrupts their road trip in this Sony Animation feature, premiering on Netflix.

Sony Pictures to Remake Russian Horror Thriller ‘Tvar’

Sony Pictures has acquired remake rights to the Russian horror thriller 'Tvar (Stray)' with plans to adapt the film for India and Korea.

‘Men in Black: International’s Sound Pros Create Alien Voices, High-Tech Weapons

'Men in Black: International': Paul Ottosson, Julian Slater and their Sony Pictures sound team created alien voices and high-tech weapons.

Seth Rogen to Star in Untitled Pickle Comedy for Sony

Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg are teaming up with Sony again to bring a New Yorker novella about a pickle maker to the big screen.

From ‘Aquaman’ to ‘Mary Poppins’: A CinemaCon 2018 Sneak Preview

Warners' 'Aquaman' will be among the high-profile pics touted during the annual Las Vegas gathering, while Stacey Snider could make her last appearance on stage as chairman of 20th Century Fox Film.

‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’: Film Review

Tom Holland plays the beloved webslinger in 'Spider-Man: Homecoming,' his first full adventure in Marvel's Cinematic Universe.

Canada Draws Hollywood Film, TV Shoots in 2016 Helped by Weaker Currency

Vin Diesel-starrer 'XXX: The Return of Xander Cage' and Matt Damon's 'Downsizing' are headed to Toronto, and Vancouver could have a record year.

Tempers Flare in the ‘Angry Birds’ Teaser Trailer

The new animated comedy aims to uncover what made those birds so angry.

‘Spider-Man’ Finds Tom Holland to Star as New Web-Slinger

The actor will appear in both Sony's 2017 stand-alone film and Marvel Studios' 'Captain America: Civil War,' which will precede it.

Cameron Crowe’s ‘Aloha’ Criticized for Depicting “Whitewashed” Hawaii

The Bradley Cooper-Emma Stone film "uses Hawaii for its exotic backdrop but goes out of its way to exclude the very people who live there," according to an advocacy group.

Universal’s Donna Langley: ‘Fifty Shades’ Sequel Will Be “More of a Thriller”

"Failure is a great learning tool," the studio's chairman said at THR's annual Power Lawyers breakfast of the road to her recent box-office successes.

Marketing Exec Marvin Antonowsky Dies at 86

During his career, he served stints at both Columbia and Universal.