Sony Pictures Entertainment has signed a two-year first-look deal with Josh Bratman’s Immersive Pictures.
Bratman will produce half a dozen projects for the studio under the deal: 234 more words
Sony chief executive Michael Lynton’s announcement that Tom Rothman would succeed Amy Pascal at the top of Sony Pictures Entertainment caught many by surprise throughout Hollywood and at the Culver City studio, where the betting money had been on the ascension of Doug Belgrad. 201 more words
After the bombshell dropped today that Amy Pascal would end a decade atop the Sony Pictures Entertainment film studio to become a producer on the Culver City lot, we are left to contemplate her legacy, her successor and how an era of talent-friendly, lavish and gutsy film making might well be going by the wayside. 1,387 more words
Sony’s candidate to replace Amy Pascal as co-chair of Sony Pictures is almost sure to come from inside the company, insiders say, since there are already several executives on the Culver City lot with experience running studios. 336 more words