Cameron Crowe's New Show Sounds Like a Total Disaster 

Gabrielle Bluestone · 07/09/15 01:05PM

Major rewrites, a scrapped pilot, and a lead actress presumably fired: What on earth is going on on the set of Cameron Crowe’s new show, Roadies? According to Deadline, nothing good.

Some Tech Asshole Pitched Sony On Turning Spider-Man Into an EDM Bro

Jordan Sargent · 04/23/15 05:34PM

Amy Pascal made some mistakes. Nobody is going to dispute that. But here’s at least one good decision she made: turning down some aging tech schmuck’s pitch to turn Spider-Man into an EDM-loving, Tough Mudder-participating, humblebragging shithead.

Leaked Emails: Cameron Crowe's New Bradley Cooper Movie Is a Catastrophe

Jordan Sargent · 12/15/14 09:45AM

Sony Pictures Entertainment executives dealing with fallout from the company's historic security breach at least have the studio's 2015 films to look forward to—well, except for Cameron Crowe's still-untitled new movie starring Bradley Cooper and Emma Stone.

Sony Exec: "Broke" Aaron Sorkin Is "Sleeping With" Author

Jordan Sargent · 12/12/14 03:20PM

Aaron Sorkin has a fruitful working relationship with Sony Pictures Entertainment. The studio distributed his hit films The Social Network and Moneyball and is actively seeking to develop new projects with him, including at one point the ill-fated Steve Jobs biopic. But none of that stopped SPE co-chairman Amy Pascal from alleging in an email that Sorkin is broke—or that he's sleeping with an author whose book he is turning into a movie.

Sony Leak: Nikki Finke Is a "Pathetic, Hateful Person"

Sam Biddle · 12/11/14 04:00PM

Everyone in Hollywood hates Nikki Finke, the legendary and unpredictable gossip blogger who's dedicated a career to making enemies and hurling insults. But for top Sony boss Amy Pascal, the beef is personal: Her husband and Finke were pals—until Finke took it too far.

Sony Chairman's Assistant Makes 'Well Over' $250,000 A Year

Beejoli Shah · 11/25/13 01:55PM

Sony Pictures financial troubles have been widely public this year: after summer box-office failures After Earth and White House Down, Sony investor Daniel Loeb publicly slammed the company's overspending on weak projects. Just last week, the company hired Bain & Company to help cut over $100 million in costs. One of the first to go? Co-chairman Amy Pascal's assistant, who earns over a quarter of a million per year.