After a public divorce, Spider-Man’s parents have patched up their differences.
In the lead-up to the release of Venom, last week saw a strange rivalry spring up between Eddie Brock’s supporters and fans of a certain reductive lady/failed pop star, with the former accusing the latter of spreading negative reviews of the new Spidey spinoff in order to improve A Flop is Born’s chances at the box office. Despite this alleged smear campaign, the first entry into Sony’s Universe of Marvel Characters (yes, that’s what the franchise is called) trounced Bradley Cooper’s payola-padded critical darling with a record-breaking opening weekend.
Sony plans to release a revamped model of the iconic gaming console, called PlayStation Classic on December 3, Sony announced Wednesday.
Sony has finally announced the final price of the PlayStation VR. The virtual reality headset will cost $399, and it will be available in October 2016. The company announced the news this afternoon at the 2016 Game Developer Conference in San Francisco, CA.
Throughout its legal battles with Kesha, Sony Music stood by Lukasz “Dr. Luke” Gottwald, the music producer accused of abusing the singer. But despite the initial legal victory to stay Kesha’s contract with the music label, Sony has clearly lost in the court of public opinion. There has been an outpouring of support for Kesha and, according to the Wrap, Sony has now decided to cut ties with the producer one year before his contract expires.