Tony Panaccio began his life as a newspaper journalist, worked in the public relations department for William Shatner and Stan Lee, wrote speeches for Bill Gates, was senior vice president of CrossGen Entertainment, and now directs work with Hollywood studios and stations and Occasionally Bleeding Cool designs with his presence. He has been working on Marvel / Sony Spider-Man and would like to share some things with us.
Another e-mail from Rudin also attacks Jolie, calling her a "minimally talented, spoiled brat who for eighteen months did not mind putting her off her plate for one." Filming [Unbroken] … It's a camp event and a celebrity and that's all and the last thing anyone needs is to build a huge bomb with it that any fool could see.
Other tidbits are a conversation about Michael Fassbender for Jobs – Michael DeLuca President of Production at Sony Studio Columbia, writes that Fassbender's role in Shame "Just makes you feel bad when you have normal sized male genitalia," David Fincher said while referring to Pascal. The cast of Adam Driver in Star Wars was a "terrible idea," while Rudin also Her and True Grit producers Megan Ellison [19459009angriff] called her a "bipolar 28-year-old lunatic."
Steve Jobs was not named Sony produced and landed with Universal and Scott Rudin of his own production company after he left the company and had received several Oscar nominations and Golden Globes, and Jolie later d Directed by Unbroken . She became director of acting and established herself as a successful interface.
In the meantime, Pascal resigned, but still landed an appearance in which the new Spider-Man films were produced with Sony and Marvel, almost as if there was a tacit admission by Sony that they are not necessarily ashamed of their arrogance. They released her from public pressure and then put her in the Producer slot, where she would earn far more money than she would have as a Sony manager.
More recently, scolded Fortnite players for not allowing Sony's decision to crossplay between Fornite Playstation and XBox players. By Eurogamer.net, June 2018:
A former Sony developer said the great cross-platform block for PlayStation 4 is all about money.
John Smedley is the former boss of Planetside 2 and the H1Z1 developer Daybreak Game Company, which changed its name to Sony Online Entertainment in 2015.
A tweet mentions that those who signed up for PS4 with their Epic account at Fortnite can not. Use the same Epic account for other consoles, Smedley said controversial policy of Sony is based on money.
"… when I was at Sony, the stated internal reason was money. They did not like that someone bought something on an Xbox and used it on a Playstation. It's that simple. Stupid reason, but there it is.
In the context of Fortnite this would mean that Sony does not like the idea that a player on Xbox buys a character skin over Xbox Live (and on the Internet), 30 percent less sales then log in to the PS4 version and be able to use the same skin for its persistent, cross-platform character when playing the game on Sony's console.
on the current situation with Marvel and Spider-Man. In 2014, I announced a partnership between Sony and Marvel that made economic sense as long as the executives left their ego in the other room. I was thoroughly ridiculed, and commentators said Sony would never work with Spider-Man. And given Sony's track record, they had every reason to believe. But after two under-average Spider-Man movies, I felt that Sony's failure to ignore failure brought them to the table.
But now the success of the last two Spider-Man films and Sony's contempt to share the massive hiring with Marvel, have spurred the company's propensity to greed. Regardless of who produces the films, both star and director are connected. Sony believes that the smartest and most playful fanboy in the world, Kevin Feige, is no longer needed to help guide the franchise business. So why share the loot, if you already know the secrets of a good Spider-Man movie right?
Incorrect. The greed of Sony is surpassed only by its arrogance, and Sony has a long tradition in interfere with filmmakers, ignoring the instincts of the artists in favor of corporate management. Since I believe that a Sony / Marvel partnership could be possible in 2014, I believe that Sony will eventually work with Marvel again, as they will not meet market expectations again with the crown jewel of Marvel IP. Arrogance does not pay the damn bills.