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Here’s some good news for the Spider-Man fans out there. For the upcoming Spider-Man re-reboot, which is titled Spider-Man: Homecoming, Sony is apparently letting Marvel Studios call the shots:
In an interview with HeyUGuys, Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige talked about his company’s relationship with Sony and how the upcoming movie is coming along, revealing that Marvel is calling the creative shots on Homecoming.
“Well, I’ve known all those people [at Sony] for a very long time. Amy Pascal, Tom Rothman, who runs Sony now, I’ve known for years. So, it’s been great,” he explained. “They really are supportive in allowing us to make the creative decisions to make that movie, but they’ve been great partners. So far so good on that movie.”
The Amazing Spider-Man was a complete disaster. If this is indeed true, I’m glad the folks at Sony no longer have their heads up their asses.
CNN Money’s Brian Stelter is reporting that NBCUniversal, a division of Comcast, is acquiring DreamWorks Animation studio for $3.8 Billion
Comcast said DreamWorks “will become part of the Universal Filmed Entertainment Group, which includes Universal Pictures, Fandango, and NBCUniversal Brand Development.”
NBCUniversal CEO Steve Burke said “DreamWorks will help us grow our film, television, theme parks and consumer products businesses for years to come.”
In comparison, Disney bought Pixar back in 2006 for $7.4 Billion.