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    It's a Virtual Reality World: Sony Introduces A Virtual Reality Headset

    The entertainment business inched one giant step towards a virtual reality future on Tuesday when Sony Corp. showed off a new virtual reality headset for its PlayStation 4 game console.

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    Stalingrad

    Stalingrad was Russia’s hope for the Academy Award Nomination this year but did not make it to the shortlist. It is still worth mentioning here because it is Russia's first IMAX 3D feature and will be released here in the U.S. by Sony this February. Its grand scale is epic and indeed it is intended ...

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    New Year, New Discoveries

    For a dyed-in-the-wool film buff, getting a chance to see movies that haven’t been in circulation for decades is always enticing. Beginning tonight, UCLA Film & Television Archive is presenting a series called Columbia in the 1930s: Recent Restorations.

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    Sony's Amy Pascal Adds Michael De Luca as Production President

    While Sony motion picture chief Amy Pascal is hanging onto her current staffers for now, Michael De Luca is a heavyweight who will have a strong hand as president of production. We'll see where Columbia president Doug Belgrad and current Columbia production president Hannah Minghella--who can't be t...

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    Sony Wants To Make 'Spider-Man' Spinoff Movies Because, Obviously

    In case you haven't noticed, Hollywood is loving blockbusters at the moment. Superheroes, TV shows turned movies, remakes, fairytales — if you've got an idea, they'll listen, and if it's pre-packaged as a possibility to become a series, hell, that's even better. So, is it any wonder that Sony wants ...

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    In the Works: Dennis Lehane Writing American Remake of 'A Prophet'

    Bestselling crime novelist Dennis Lehane is on board to pen the American remake of 2010's "A Prophet" for Sony.

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    Dwight Caines Moves Into Sony's Top Marketing Spot

    More and more, executives who know the digital universe are moving up the studio ranks. See Kevin Tsujihara at Warners and Amy Powell at Paramount, and now Dwight Caines at Sony. He replaces respected outgoing marketing president Marc Weinstock, who was himself a rising star when he moved to the stu...

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    Sony Concert Doc 'One Direction' Boosts Labor Day Weekend Box Office, 'Closed Circuit' Flops

    Forget the September doldrums. Sony's Brit boy band 3-D concert film "One Direction" was a solid number one. And major support came from four strong holdovers: "The Butler," "We're the Millers," "Planes" and "Elysium." All told, the three days will come in with about $84 million for the top 10, up $...

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    Ira Deutchman

    During Ira's keynote speech at the Art House Convergence this January, he skipped over the entire Fine Line era of his career because it was getting too long. Here it resurfaces as a class he did at University of Michigan

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