The one that is not employing any actors from Two and a Half Men to put on a mock turtleneck.
Faced with the problem of crafting an interesting film from a book about a computer guy doing computer things, Sony has hired on something who's already done that to do it again. They've attached The Social Network writer Aaron Sorkin (HEARD OF HIM?) to adapt Steve Jobs, the bestselling Walter Isaacson book on the Apple icon the studio bought last October. Sony still has yet to select a director or star for their film, but considering they're now bringing An Aaron Sorkin Film to a Jobs biopic match-up to which their competition showed up with Ashton Kutcher and an iced coffee, they're probably not all that worried about it, really.
The Steve Jobs film Aaron Sorkin is doing still doesn't have a director or star attached, but it does have a structure that's unique for more than just not being built upon a foundation of Kutcher.... / Continue →
The death of Steve Jobs has brought his level of cult-like admiration to levels previously only seen when he'd reveal a new telephone robot, and Sony Pictures isn't about to let that popularity wither away before they can make some money off it. Apparently over the bitterness o... / Continue →
Ready for probably the biggest, most tiresome film ever? Here it is: James Cameron directing Angelina Jolie in another telling of the story of Cleopatra. According to Deadline, it's a real possibility, with Jolie attached to an adaptation of Stacy Schiff's book, Cleopatra: A Li... / Continue →