Sony Pictures is gearing up for Summer 2012.

ComingSoon.net reports that the studio has set start dates for two of its biggest upcoming productions: 'Men in Black III' and the untitled 'Spider-Man' reboot.

'Men in Black III' will begin filming in New York in September. Barry Sonnenfeld is returning as director, with Will Smith, Tommy Lee Jones and Rip Torn set to reprise their roles. The cast also includes Josh Brolin and Jemaine Clement. Sony Pictures is gearing up for Summer 2012.

Coming Soon reports that the studio has set start dates for two of its biggest upcoming productions: 'Men in Black III' and the untitled 'Spider-Man' reboot.

'Men in Black III' will begin filming in New York in September. Barry Sonnenfeld is returning as director, with Will Smith, Tommy Lee Jones and Rip Torn set to reprise their roles. The cast also includes Josh Brolin and Jemaine Clement.

The 'Spider-Man' reboot (which we're betting will be officially titled 'The Amazing Spider-Man' before too long) begins filming in Los Angeles in December. Marc Webb ('(500) Days of Summer') is directing, with Andrew Garfield taking over the role of Peter Parker.

'Men in Black III' opens May 25, 2012 and 'Spider-Man' opens Jul. 3, 2012.

James FrancoMeanwhile, Fox Searchlight has announced that director Danny Boyle's latest project, '127 Hours,' has set a release date. The Fox Searchlight film will hit theaters this year on Nov. 5.

'127 Hours' tells the true story of Aron Ralston ('Spider-Man' alum James Franco), a mountain climber who managed to survive after a boulder crushed his arm and left him stranded in an isolated Utah canyon. Over a period of five days, Ralston discovered he had the courage and the wherewithal to extricate himself by any means necessary.

Danny Boyle recently won an Oscar for directing 'Slumdog Millionaire,' which also won the Oscar for Best Picture.
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