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HBO’s ‘The Normal Heart’ To Receive PGA’s Stanley Kramer Award

The Producers Guild of America has chosen HBO's The Normal Heart to receive the 2015 Stanley Kramer Award, which honors a production, producer or other individual whose achievement or contribution illuminates and raises public awareness of important social issues. Show More Summary

Sarah Jessica Parker Poised To Star In HBO Divorce Comedy Pilot

A decade after the end of Sex and the City, series star Sarah Jessica Parker is nearing a return to HBO with a new half-hour comedy. HBO is finalizing deals for the single-camera project, which Parker is expected to star in and executive...Show More Summary

Ernie Hudson To Play Poseidon On ‘Once Upon a Time’

Another key Little Mermaid character is heading to ABC's Once Upon a Time. Ernie Hudson has been cast as King Poseidon in episode 15 of the fairytale drama's current fourth season. In a twist, in addition to being the the powerful deity...Show More Summary

More Sony Hack Fallout: Google Fights Mississippi and the MPAA

A secret anti-piracy lobbying campaign codenamed "Project Goliath" is scrutinized read more

Obama: Sony "Made a Mistake" Canceling 'The Interview' Release

The president also stated that the U.S. would be responding to North Korea, although he did not further elaborate on those plans read more

Sony CEO Responds To Obama Comments: “We Have Not Caved…We Have Not Backed Down”

“We have not caved,” Sony CEO Michael Lynton told CNN in response to President Obama's comment that the studio had “made a mistake” in caving to terrorist demands. “We have not caved, we have not given in, we have not backed down.” Sony left the decision to play The Interview or not to the theater chains, who started pulling out one by one this week. Show More Summary

Christina Aguilera-Produced Dramedy, Twitter-Based Comedy, Shakespeare-Themed Drama On Prospect Park’s Slate

Jeff Kwatinetz's Prospect Park has completed its 2014 television development slate with 10 sales to broadcast, cable and digital outlets. They include a soapy hourlong dramedy about Las Vegas entertainers executive produced by Christina...Show More Summary

The Lucas Brothers To Topline & Co-Write Autobiographical Comedy For Fox

Keith and Kenny Lucas, creators and voice stars of Fox/ADHD's animated series The Lucas Bros. Moving Co., are expanding their relationship with the network to live-action comedy. The sibling comedians are set to star in A Better Bushwick, a multi-camera comedy project for Fox. Show More Summary

DGA Stands By ‘The Interview’ Directors, Calls OFeds To Protect Hollywood

The Directors Guild of America has officially thrown its support behind The Interview directors Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg and called on the US government to protect Hollywood and its creatives from future hacking crimes like the one that devastated Sony Pictures. Show More Summary

Hugh Jackman’s Fish Tale `The River’ Recoups $3.2M Broadway Cost

Sonia Friedman, the producer who brought Jez Butterworth's oddball one-acter to Broadway's intimate Circle In The Square Theater with arena-size star Hugh Jackman, announced today that the $3.2 million drama has recouped the costs of producing it. Show More Summary

The People Magazine Awards Party Pics

People Magazine got into the awards business with its first ever People Magazine Awards, which aired on NBC on December 18 at 9 p.m. The show actually was the third such event that was broadcast that night, and ratings-wise it came in third, after the American Comedy Awards and the iHeart Radio Music Awards. Show More Summary

North Korean Link To Sony Hack Shifts Legal Landscape For Studio

The FBI's confirmation today that North Korea was behind the vast hacking of Sony Pictures puts the class action lawsuits against the studio in a new context. "The law does not require companies to guarantee protection against a deliberate...Show More Summary

Sony Hack: FBI Confirms North Korea Is "Responsible For These Actions"

In an email to the studio's top executives, the hackers called the decision not to release 'The Interview,' "very wise" read more

Obama: Sony Made a Mistake

“Sony is a corporation. It suffered significant damage, threats against some employees. I am sympathetic to the concerns they faced. Having said that, yes I think they made a mistake,” President Obama said this morning when asked just...Show More Summary

MPAA's Chris Dodd: Attack on Sony 'despicable, criminal'

The head of the Hollywood studios' chief lobbying arm on Friday called the cyberattack on Sony Pictures "a despicable, criminal act."

Seth Meyers Challenges North Korean Hackers – Video

Hollywood may have been deafeningly silent about the North Korean hack of Sony Pictures Entertainment, NBC Late Night Seth Meyers came out swinging on his show last night. “Read my emails! I have absolutely nothing to be ashamed of,” Meyers chest-thumped. He may not be afraid of North Korean hackers — NBC…

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