One of the most prominent superhero news stories from last week was the state of Spider-Man’s film career. Namely, Sony’s pulling Spider-Man out of the Marvel Cinematic Universe after
Sony plans to release an animated theatrical Spider-Man film starring Miles Morales. The film’s unconnected to the mainstream Marvel Cinematic Universe, which is keeping Peter Parker as its wall-crawler. Among those
Marvel’s movie rights have been quite fractured for some years now. While they’ve done fine with their secondary characters like Captain America and Iron Man, not having the X-Men
After all these decades, Sony’s finally ending sales of Betamax videotapes, with the final tapes going on sale in March 2016. Beta first came to market in the US way back
Sony today launched PlayStation Vue, a streaming video service for PS3 and PS4 owners. For $50 a month, Vue offers 50 streaming channels of content (live and on-demand) from cable and broadcast TV.
Not a hoax, not a dream, and not an imaginary story—a deal’s been reached between film rights-holder Sony and Marvel Studios to use Spider-Man in the Marvel Cinematic Universe-set