Sony Pictures Is An Independent Studio That Will Save Theaters… So They Say & Friday Frights On M. Night Shyamalan | Daily COG
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In today’s episode, Kyle (@ThatKyleMalone) and Manny (@LRM_Emmanuel) talk about Sony executive, Tony Vinciquerra, making the comments that Sony Pictures is an independent studio that will save theaters. Okay, that’s paraphrasing it a bit, but the gist is there. However, unlike any movie they make these days, their plans are actually good and logical. Also, it’s time for some Friday Frights on The Daily COG and we’re serving up something Old. That’s right, it’s M. Night Shyamalan time!
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