21 November 2013 5:00 PM, PST | Movies.com | See recent Movies.com news »

One day, all movies will be comic book superhero movies. In an interesting pair of stories coming out of Sony Pictures' presentation to investors today, the studio's cochairperson Amy Pascal stated that they'll be reducing the total number of films on their slate for the coming years (from low 20s to around 18, and only four next summer) while also hinting that they're going to expand the number of releases in their top-grossing franchise. No, we're not going to get a new Amazing Spider-Man sequel every year, but we might get a regular dose of related Spidey spin-offs. Sounds like Sony is taking some inspiration from Disney and its goals for both the Marvel/Avengers series and Star Wars, though The Wrap also mentions Fox's X-Men franchise with its solo...

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