SONY HACK: Get A Glimpse Of Sony Pictures' Future

Thanks to the folks at BusinessInsider, an extensive list of upcoming Sony Pictures films have been released thanks to the infamous and recent Sony hack.

As of Nov. 12, here's an apparent list of Sony's movies for 2016 and 2017 in addition to those already planned.

Uncharted [The popular Naughty Dog video game adaptation.]
Sinister [most likely referring to "Spider-Man" spin-off "Sinister Six"]
Ghostbusters (or 2017)
Angry Birds [set for July 1 release]
Mib/jump street (2017) [crossover movie between "Men in Black" and "Jump Street"]
Greyman [based on Mark Greaney's novel "The Gray Man"]
Winters knight
Fifth wave [adaptation of Rick Yancey book "The 5th Wave"]
Inferno [adaptation of Dan Brown's most recent book in "The Da Vinci Code" series]
Billy Lynn [adaption of Ben Fountain's novel "Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk"]
Baby driver [movie Edgar Wright is working on]
Little woman [remake]

Cleopatra [potential Angelina Jolie movie]
SPIDERMAN [not clear whether this is a spin-off or new movie all together]
DJANGO zorro
Jump street
Monkeys [unclear what this is]
Girl team up [unclear what this is]

Another email titled "planing the future" lists a few additional movies including a "Barbie" film, "The Craft," "Lisa Joy," a Bloodshot movie, something labeled "girl #2" — which may or may not refer to "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo" series — "Sausage Party," an animated comedy from Seth Rogen, "Pride and Prejudice Zombies," and something called "ghost house horror movie."

"Grown Ups 3," a sequel to Adam Sandler's 2013 comedy also appears on the list.

Another email dated Nov. 16 outlines production notes on 29 of Sony's potential future movies. Included on there are mentions of a possible sequel to Angelina Jolie's 2010 hit "Salt," a "Jumanji" reboot, a sequel to "Hotel Transylvania," and another "Smurfs" movie.

There was also a note about receiving the script for the "Sinister Six" Spider-Man movie possibly the week of Dec. 8.

Also mentioned is a sequel to Denzel Washington's fall hit "The Equalizer." According to the email, Sony was promised a script by early Dec. and is expecting director Antoine Fuqua and Denzel Washington to return to hopefully film next summer so the film can have a fall 2016 release.

Regarding "Jump Street," it sounds like Sony is considering 3D for "23 Jump Street" and rating the film PG-13.

Source: BusinessInsider


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