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AMY PASCAL QUITTE SONY PICTURES (ET LA FRANCHISE SPIDER-MAN) POUR UNIVERSAL

While the names of the significant studio supervisors frequently elude the viewer, many fans accustomed to following the news have noticed, in recent years, Kevin Feige, Kevin Tsujihara, or Amy Pascal. Three titles that represented the bad or good directions taken on productions, or the thinking heads of the closed genre of superhero films connected with the repertoire.

Amy Pascal was especially known to the General Public in the time of the famous hack of Sony in 2014. Public image of this Spider-Man franchise, also co-president of this team's film division for almost twenty decades and lead decision maker with Avi Arad on the Weaverthis amount of influence from Hollywood in the long and tireless livelihood had led the discussions with Kevin Feige when repatriating the personality Marvel Studios.
On side of Columbia or his livelihood in a tougher auteur theatre, Pascal has long been part of the indestructible bolts of their Sony Pictures system, catalysing numerous criticism addressed to the newest new This relationship is all going to end, yet.
In 2014, Pascal relinquished his position as president to center on his own production company, Pascal Pictures, partially accountable for Paul Feig's Ghostbusters. Connected to a contract using Sony, the producer abandons this venture (on its own, or simply dismissed) in favour of Universal Pictures.
A great upheaval at the management of this franchise Spider-Man in the future, Pascal has been over the years the director of any franchise, lately materialized in the Shape of Spider-Verse by Sony and projects Venom, Morbius or Black Cat. The permit Will Need to move without it, Whilst Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse and its possible derivatives stay from the paternal palms of Chris Miller and Phil Lord in Sony Televisions.
A page operates in the spit skies, and around the Hollywood mountain, that continues to see the cards rally in a busy calendar year.
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