If Jeff Blake, Sony Pictures Entertainment's vice chairman, were to be given an unofficial title, it would be head of mergers and consolidations.
Sony is getting more serious about foreign films.
One of the unique features of the Sony map as drawn by Michael Lynton and Amy Pascal is the Sony Pictures Worldwide Acquisitions Group.
The name of the production company behind the phenomenally successful James Bond franchise, EON, is an acronym that stands for "Everything Or Nothing."
On paper, "The Da Vinci Code," based on Dan Brown's bestseller, "Casino Royale," the latest installment of the lucrative James Bond franchise, and a drama starring box office favorite Will Smith look…
Like most cliches, the idea that the Beatles provided "the soundtrack for a generation" is grounded in truth, but there's more to it than that. The timelessness of the Fab Four has defied the laws of…
Clusters of waiters suddenly appear in front of a single bare table in the wood-paneled Milton Berle Room at the Friars Club, just blocks away from Sony Pictures Classics' Madison Avenue headquarters…
Sony Pictures Animation arrived in the movie wars with a formidable arsenal: the full backing of a global conglomerate, the talent and technology of Sony Pictures Imageworks, and executive leadership…
Operating in a business overrun by new ways to deliver entertainment, Sony Pictures Entertainment co-chairs Michael Lynton and Amy Pascal find themselves overseeing the development of many different…
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