"Battleship" may not have been quite the home run Hasbro was hoping for, but that's not stopping the toy company from going full steam ahead with more film projects alongside their Hollywood partner, Sony.
Case in point: According to The Hollywood Reporter, Hasbro and Sony are teaming up with Adam Sandler's Happy Madison production company to develop a big screen story around their popular Tonka Trucks line.
Hey, at least if this one takes a dump at the box office like "Battleship" did, they'll be ready to haul it away. Get More »
Sony Pictures has two big tentpole blockbusters arriving in theaters next summer, new installments in the "Men in Black" and "Spider-Man" franchises, and when you fork over the cash for those flicks you may be wearing a pained expression under your 3-D glasses.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Sony has just issued an edict stating that they will no longer pay the $5-to-10-million-dollar worldwide fee per-picture to give theater owners 3-D glasses. Get More »
Martin Sheen will play Uncle Ben "Dies Early in the Film" Parker in director Marc Webber’s "Spider-Man" reboot, confirms The Hollywood Reporter.
This is great news for Martin Sheen, whose son Charlie has been famously misbehaving and shirking his sitcom for the past couple weeks. Now Martin can put his son’s misbehavior behind him and take the next year or so to rehearse lines like "I won’t be here forever, Peter" and "Watch out, he’s got a gun." Get More »