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‘The Amazing Spider-Man 3’ is Still Happening According to This Casting Call
Even before Sony was hacked and we got a look at their e-mails regarding Spider-Man, we knew that the company was scrambling to figure out what to do with the web-slinging hero. After talks with Marvel for a potential crossover with the character fizzled, it seemed as though Sony was focusing their energies on Spidey spin-offs and putting plans for ‘Amazing Spider-Man 3' on hold, perhaps indefinitely. But according to a new casting call, it looks like Sony might be moving ahead with the third installment in the underwhelming franchise after all.
Sony Officially Cancels the Planned Christmas Release of ‘The Interview’
Following today’s release of a message sent from the mysterious group responsible for the massive Sony hack, the company has now informed theater owners that they can opt out of screening ‘The Interview’ if they are concerned about the terrorist threat. Although the Department of Homeland Security responded by saying they could find “no credible info” on planned attacks, Sony has decided to place the decision to screen the film in the hands of theater executives.
Kelly Clarkson: ‘No Point in Getting Angry’ About Leaked Songs
Kelly Clarkson: ‘No Point in Getting Angry’ About Leaked Songs
In this day and age, it's all but impossible for an artist to avoid having his or her music leaked before its official release -- a lesson Kelly Clarkson has recently learned all over again, thanks to a series of Web leaks offering fans an early glimpse of her upcoming album. Weighing in with a new blog post at her site, Clarkson wrote, "Well ….. I get back in the states from a vacation and s
Hacker May Have Stolen Credit Card Data From PlayStation Users
Hacker May Have Stolen Credit Card Data From PlayStation Users
Millions of PlayStation Network users got the scare of their life yesterday when Sony announced that their personal information, including credit card data and billing addresses, may have been stolen by a hacker. On its company blog page, Sony said that it believed an "unauthorized person" obtained information from its 77 million-strong user base -- everything from names, to addresses t