Sony: Camila Cabello to Star in New ‘Cinderella’ Movie
Singer-songwriter Camila Cabello will star in the re-telling of “Cinderella” by writer-director Kay Cannon for Sony Pictures. Cabello will be involved in the music for the project, which grew out of an original idea from James Corden, host of The Late Show With Jame Corden. The film will be produced by Corden and Leo Pearlman through their Fulwell73…
More accolades for Mo Abudu
One of Africa’s most successful women and EbonyLife boss, Mo Abudu, has now been given a gold membership directors’ card by the International Academy of Television, Arts and Sciences, the platform responsible for staging the renowned Emmy Awards. Mo announced in December last year that she was a member of a select group of 100…
Sony nearly doubles first-half net profits, upgrades forecast
Sony's net profit nearly doubled to hit a record high in the six months to September, it announced Tuesday, as it upgraded its annual forecasts, with games such as "Spider-Man" and "God of War" leading the way.
Mi Casa explains reasons for Sony/ATV music deal
Award-winning soulful dance trio, Mi Casa, signed a publishing deal with Sony/ATV Music Publishing on recently, which sees their music taken to the global market. “We were looking for a publisher that has the same vision and passion for local music and Sony/ATV was the only publisher that understood our strategy and we believe that…
Sony profits soar more than tenfold, forecast revised up
Sony said Friday its nine-month profit had soared more than tenfold, and upgraded its annual profit forecast, cementing a roaring recovery for the once-ailing tech titan of Japan Inc.
Sony is selling censored movies, and Hollywood is mad as heck
Cleaned-up versions of movies are causing a ruckus in Hollywood, with filmmakers lashing out at Sony Pictures Home Entertainment for trying to make money off of censored versions you would normally see on an airplane or basic cable.
A Sony-Nintendo battle will see them slay another dragon
Analysts have been saying it, traders have been saying it, and now finally the company itself on Friday said it.
Sony nearly triples annual profit forecast
The Tokyo-based firm is now expecting net profit of 73 billion yen ($668 million) for the fiscal year to March, well up from its last forecast of 26 billion yen.