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AMC is giving Stubs members the chance to get Spider-Man NFTs

AMC is giving Stubs members the chance to get Spider-Man NFTs

AMC Stubs members have the opportunity to get one of a limited collection of Spider-Man NFTs, the cinema company has announced. The NFTs are being issued by AMC and Sony Pictures to help promote the latter company's upcoming Spider-Man: No Way Home, which will hit theaters starting on December 16. Assuming the NFTs are still available, certain customers can get the NFTs by purchasing tickets for the movie early.

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Venom: Let There Be Carnage hits rare pandemic box office milestone

Venom: Let There Be Carnage hits rare pandemic box office milestone

After multiple release date changes, Sony Pictures' Venom: Let There Be Carnage hit theaters on October 1 in the US. Unlike some other companies, Sony Pictures chose against releasing its hit Marvel movie on digital platforms, instead opting to exclusively premiere the film in theaters despite the ongoing pandemic.

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Uncharted movie trailer revealed with Marky Mark and Spider-Man

Uncharted movie trailer revealed with Marky Mark and Spider-Man

Today the first major Uncharted trailer was released, complete with Tom Holland and Mark Wahlberg in full effect. This movie is based on the hit video game series of the same name, and will be released by Sony Pictures Entertainment. And no matter how much you want to think this is a secret Spider-Man sequel, it's not! Unless it is. We will see!

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Venom: Let There Be Carnage release date delayed for Delta variant

Venom: Let There Be Carnage release date delayed for Delta variant

Fans of Sony's take on Venom have been waiting quite some time for the next film in the franchise, dubbed Venom: Let There Be Carnage. Unfortunately, the film has been delayed several times thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic, and even though it looked like it would finally release at the end of September, today we got word that the wait will be extended by a few weeks. Yes, Sony has decided to delay the release of Venom: Let There Be Carnage yet another time, and once again, the pandemic is to blame for this decision.

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Venom Carnage movie trailer reveals Woody Harrelson

Venom Carnage movie trailer reveals Woody Harrelson

The first Venom movie was released by Sony, starring Tom Hardy. Now there's a second movie, also about the same Venom, starring Tom Hardy - but this time there's CARNAGE. Before Carnage, Venom was one of the most wildly popular polar opposites of Spider-Man. Then came Carnage. Venom and Carnage took on a life of their own and became massive comic hits in their own right. This new movie suggests that the first VENOM movie was a big enough smash as to not only warrant a second, but to put a LOT more money into a second.

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Netflix buys Sony animated movie originally destined for theaters

Netflix buys Sony animated movie originally destined for theaters

Netflix has purchased The Mitchells vs. The Machines, a Sony Pictures movie that was originally planned for a theatrical release. The deal gives Netflix the worldwide rights to the movie, with the exception of China, meaning you'll soon be able to stream it on the platform. The animation comes from producers Christopher Miller and Phil Lord, the duo that produced Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse.

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Crunchyroll will soon be owned by Sony Funimation

Crunchyroll will soon be owned by Sony Funimation

Although Netflix is the household name for video streaming and includes a selection of popular anime titles, anime fans in the US and elsewhere might be more familiar with Crunchyroll as the place to go to for streaming that particular genre. Thanks to its particular focus and niche market, Crunchyroll has withstood the test of time and the onslaught of other streaming services. The winds of change are blowing, however, and the service is changing owners for the third time in less than a decade, giving Sony almost complete control over anime distribution in the US.

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Spider-Man movies delayed: Sony bumps release dates by months

Spider-Man movies delayed: Sony bumps release dates by months

In light of the coronavirus pandemic and resulting delays, Sony Pictures has been forced to bump the release dates for both of its upcoming Spider-Man movie sequels. According to the company, fans can now expect the Far From Home sequel to arrive in late 2021, whereas the sequel to animated hit Into the Spider-Verse will now arrive in autumn 2022.

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Episodes of The Office, Parks and Rec, Seinfeld licensed through 2025

Episodes of The Office, Parks and Rec, Seinfeld licensed through 2025

What in the world is going on here, you might be saying - aren't The Office and Parks and Recreation already over? Yes, both of these mocumentary-style television shows are done, and there will be no new episodes (for now). But the rights, the precious rights, like the spice melange, they must flow! The rights have been renewed for cable - exclusively*!

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Sony’s ‘Uncharted’ movie has lost another director

Sony’s ‘Uncharted’ movie has lost another director

Sony wants to bring the Uncharted video game series from Naughty Dog to the big screen, but it has a director problem. According to a new report, the project has lost Dan Trachtenberg as director, making him the latest creative talent to exit the project ahead of production. In addition to the alleged exit, the report claims Sony has brought the relatively new PlayStation Productions media company on board.

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Final Fantasy XIV is getting a live-action TV series

Final Fantasy XIV is getting a live-action TV series

It almost became Square Enix most spectacular flop and the worst game to be bear the title Final Fantasy. The game publisher, however, refused to let go of the name and Final Fantasy XIV was not only reborn but now boasts of being one of the few big MMORPGs left standing. In the six years it has been operating (nine if you count the first flop), the game raked in millions in profits and players and will soon have its own live-action series, something very few games can dream of.

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Movies Anywhere is your one stop digital movie shop

Movies Anywhere is your one stop digital movie shop

There are hundreds, no, thousands of movies available almost literally at our fingertips, on smartphones, tablets, smart TVs, and more. But these naturally come from different sources via different channels, almost all of which are in competition with one another. Wouldn't it be grand if there was just one place to find and watch them all? That nearly impossible dream has suddenly come true with the new Movies Anywhere platform that brings together five Hollywood studios and four digital retailers under one roof, coexisting in peace and harmony.

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