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'Miss Bala,' Animated Spider-Man Show Sony's Commitment to Diverse Heroes

Latina action stars, mixed race superheros, and blaxploitation icons took center stage at Sony Pictures’ CinemaCon presentation on Monday. At a time when the movie business is being heavily criticized for offering up a glut of films about white men, the studio’s upcoming slate is notable for highlighting an array of ethnically diverse leading men and women. 396 more words


Female Directors Scorecard: Sony's 'Barbie,' 'Charlie's Angels' And More

EXCLUSIVE: As the fight for parity and 50/50 representation wages on, Deadline is continuing to take a deep dive into how the major studios are stacking up when it comes to how many female directors are being hired. 672 more words

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Sony Dates Trio For 2019: 'Miss Bala', 'A Dog's Way Home' & 'The Crow'

Sony has just RSVPed the following release dates:

A Dog’s Way Home starring Ashley Judd, Alexandra Shipp, Wes Studi and Edward James Olmos will open on January 11, 2019. 203 more words

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Gina Rodriguez: 'The Fact That Latinos Are Not Seen on Screen Is Devastating' (EXCLUSIVE)

To be seen and heard is a simple human need. To be invisible in a world of loud voices is heartbreaking and dehumanizing. The under-representation of Latinos in Hollywood both on and off screen is not just a feeling; it’s a sad reality. 380 more words


Matt Lauria and Cristina Rodlo Join Gina Rodriguez's 'MISS BALA' Remake

Kingdom star Matt Lauria and newcomer Cristina Rodio have joined the cast of Sony’s upcoming remake MISS BALA, starring Gina Rodriguez.

Gareth Dunnet-Alcocer will adapt the script, which was written by original director Gerardo Naranjo and Mauricio Katz. 155 more words


Matt Lauria and Cristina Rodlo Join Gina Rodriguez in 'Miss Bala' Remake (EXCLUSIVE)

“Kingdom” star Matt Lauria and newcomer Cristina Rodlo have joined the cast of Sony’s “Miss Bala” remake starring Gina Rodriguez, sources have told Variety. 222 more words