Sony Pictures plagued by duds
Six-time Oscar nominee Robert De Niro in a new thriller. The next Jim Carrey comedy. A kiddie film made by Danny DeVito. Demi Moore, unharnessed at last. And four Michael Keatons for the price of one. On paper, it looked like a great summer for Sony Pictures Entertainment. But while every other big studio ended the season with at least one $100 million hit to brag about, Sony seems to have developed a reverse Midas touch.