Tag: Sony Pictures Animation

Check out the latest Emoji Movie Tease trailer!

Check out the latest Emoji Movie Tease trailer!

Animation
Sony Pictures Animation has revealed The Emoji Movie teaser trailer, which you can check out through twitter.   Discover the secret ? inside your?. Only on your ?. Watch the new #EmojiMovie ?? teaser trailer now! (best viewed on your phone) pic.twitter.com/8C062Br969 — The Emoji Movie (@EmojiMovie) December 20, 2016 For the first 24 hours, the trailer will be optimized for mobile users and best viewed on the phone. An extended version of the trailer will play in theaters nationwide this Wednesday. The teaser trailer features the vocal performance of Steven Wright, who joins the cast as Mel Meh, the father of T. J. Miller’s character, Gene. Formerly titled “Emojimovie: Express Yourself,” the animated comedy also stars Emmy and Tony award winner James Corden (Into the Woods) and
Sony Picture Animation plans for animated film ‘Vivo’, sets Miranda for Music

Sony Picture Animation plans for animated film ‘Vivo’, sets Miranda for Music

Animation
After the huge success of Moana, Sony Pictures is coming up with a new animated original feature ‘Vivo’ and has teamed with “Hamilton” creator and “Moana” song scribe Lin-Manuel Miranda. One of the key ingredients to Moana was Lin-Manuel Miranda’s music.  Miranda will write several songs for the film while his “Hamilton” screenwriter Quiara Alegría Hudes will pen the script. Kirk De Micco will direct. Originally set up at DreamWorks Animation, the film follows a monkey who loves music and adventure, leading him to make a dangerous journey from Havana to Miami to fulfill his destiny. Miranda’s recent successes with “Hamilton” and “Moana” breathed life into several of his other projects, including an “In the Heights” adaptation at the Weinstein Co. Like “Vivo,” “In the Heights” was orig

Disney, DreamWorks & Sony fired back at Class-Action Lawsuit

Headlines, Studio, Top Stories
Studios file a motion to dismiss proposed class action lawsuit over alleged anti-poaching and wage-fixing deals. On Friday, The Walt Disney Company, DreamWorks Animation, Sony Pictures and Blue Sky Studios fired back at a proposed class action lawsuit over alleged anti-poaching and wage-fixing deals, according to a report by The Hollywood Reporter. The defendants, which also include ImageMovers, Lucasfilm and Pixar Animation Studios, are requesting a dismissal on new antitrust claims as both coming too late and lacking necessary factual support. (more…)