To no shock of mine, we can now confirm that Tom Hardy’s Venom will face off against one of the most vile, violent characters in the Spider-Man canon in 317 more words
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Now, this is a bold question to ask because it has two clear sides to the coin. On the one hand, it is a necessity to listen to the fans if Studios want to create a product that is blessed, but on the other-hand, you could argue that fans are just whiney-bitches who don’t know what the fuck they want. 1,209 more words
Okay, this entire subject is giving me one hell of a fucking headache. So I’ll try to be brief and straight to the point.
If you read my previous article on this matter, … 960 more words
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This has certainly been an interesting topic I’ve been following and I want to finally talk about here on the site. I previously wrote an article titled, 1,869 more words
Sony is slashing the blood, sex, violence, and cuss words from some of its biggest titles.
With fewer people buying DVDs and Blu-rays, business that gives movies a long and lucrative lifespan, Sony Pictures is releasing its films online—stripped of “graphic violence, offensive language, sexual innuendo, and other adult content”—to open them up to wider audiences. 382 more words
Sony Pictures Entertainment has opened a licensing office in China for its consumer products division. Based in Shanghai, the unit will be headed by Sabrina Gu. 271 more words