Sony has recently been the target of one of the most important hacks in history, at least considering the amount of data that was stolen in the heist. And now, of course, that data is all slowly being published online. The hackers who hit Sony have already leaked a list of unreleased Sony movies, making them available for download, and several other data dumps containing personal details for Sony employees and various celebrities, email exchanges between top Sony execs, and even plans for the future.
In addition to scripts for some upcoming projects, including the upcoming James Bond movie, hackers have also found more details about 2016 and 2017 movies, with Business Insider listing some of them, as found in the leaked inbox of Sony Pictures cochair Amy Pascal.
The company plans several interesting titles for the following years, including Uncharted, Ghostbusters, Angry Birds — the full list follows below, as listed by the publication:
- Uncharted [The popular Naughty Dog video game adaptation.]
- Sinister [most likely referring to “Spider-Man” spin-off “Sinister Six”]
- Ghostbusters (or 2017)
- Angry Birds [set for July 1 release]
- Mib/jump street (2017) [crossover movie between “Men in Black” and “Jump Street”]
- Greyman [based on Mark Greaney’s novel “The Gray Man”]
- Winters knight
- Fifth wave [adaptation of Rick Yancey book “The 5th Wave”]
- Inferno [adaptation of Dan Brown’s most recent book in “The Da Vinci Code” series]
- Billy Lynn [adaption of Ben Fountain’s novel “Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk”]
- Baby driver [movie Edgar Wright is working on]
- Little woman [remake]
- Cleopatra [potential Angelina Jolie movie]
- SPIDERMAN [not clear whether this is a spin-off or new movie all together]
- DJANGO zorro
- Jump street
- Monkeys [unclear what this is]
- Girl team up [unclear what this is]
A different email has also revealed additional titles that might be planned for next years, including the second part of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo series, Grown Ups 3, sequels to Hotel Transylvania, Angelina Jolie’s Salt movie and Denzel Washington’s The Equalizer, and a third Smurfs movie.