Sony decided to release "The Interview" online Wednesday following its initial decision to pull the movie after threats from a hacker group. You can also watch the movie in about 300 US theaters starting Christmas Day. The hacker group, Guardians of Peace, was backed by North Korea, the FBI said on Friday. Show More Summary
“Fox & Friends” looks back at the most memorable moments from 2014, including everything from the top news stories to the co-host’s favorite moments. Watch the latest video at video.foxnews.com New Career Opportunities Daily: The best jobs in media.
No media personality conquered 2014 quite like CNN’s Don Lemon. The 48-year-old co-host of CNN Tonight kept popping up in the biggest news stories of the year for all the wrong reasons. He repeatedly said the most wrong/offensive/inane thing possible. Lemon fcked up with such persistence and perfection that it seemed like it was his super power. Show More Summary
Amy Adams tells USA Today she is still “really confused” about having her live interview on NBC’s “Today” pulled minutes before it was set to take place Monday. Adams told the paper she was “surprised” to have the interview canceled after she objected to talking about the Sony hacking scandal. Show More Summary
What fiction books do you typically like to recommend? Designer David McCandless created an infographic called “Novels Everyone Should Read” for his new book, Knowledge is Beautiful. Some of the titles featured in this image include To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee, Catch-22 by Joseph Heller, and Twilight by Stephenie Meyer. Show More Summary
CBS Sports wraps up its 2014 coverage of college football with the “HYUNDAI SUN BOWL” on Saturday, Dec. 27 (2:00 PM, ET). No. 15-ranked Arizona State faces Duke in the 81st edition of the Sun Bowl, live on the CBS Television Network...
“One Direction: The TV Special” (0.7/2 in 18-49, 3.1 million viewers overall from 8-9 p.m. ET) scored a four-week high for NBC in the slot in teens 12-17
Well, Merry Christmas to everyone — from Gawker to our very own POTUS — who condemned Sony Pictures’ decision to cancel the release of The Interview after the cyber hacks heard ’round the world (aka Sony’s public relations nightmare). Show More Summary
This year's box office was one of the worst in recent years. A lack of really huge summer blockbusters resulted in the lowest domestic box-office since 2007. According to BoxOffice.com, this year's movies made an approximate total gross of $9.9 billion to date. Show More Summary
The Daily Telegraph‘s Robbie Collin recently shared all you really need to know about Grace of Monaco, a biographical drama that died an instant death as this year’s Cannes Film Festival gala opener. In his “Five Worst Films of 2014”...Show More Summary
With repeat animated specials and The Year 2014, ABC won Tuesday in Adults 18-49 (1.1/4)
The six episode radio adaptation of Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman’s Good Omens is now live on BBC Radio 4. Peter Serafinowicz and Mark Heap star in the dramatization. Dirk Maggs created the adaptation and sound design. Heather Larmour...Show More Summary
ABC was the number one network in adults 18-49 while CBS led with total viewers.
The Voice was the top broadcast show on General Sentiment's social TV chart, while American Horror Story was the top cable show for the week of December 15-21.
Walt Disney and DirecTV have announced a multi-year distribution agreement that will provide DirecTV customers access to Fusion early next year. This deal means Fusion has nearly doubled its distribution since launching last year and will soon be available in nearly 40 million homes. Fusion CEO Isaac Lee announced the news in an email to his staff. Show More Summary
Jerry Brooks, an award-winning photographer at Jackson, Mississippi CBS affiliate WJTV, has died. He was 44. Brooks worked for WJTV for fifteen years before he took early retirement in 2013–a result of Lou Gehrig’s disease (ALS), which...Show More Summary
America has spoken and Sony listened. Despite threats of a “Christmas surprise” from hackers, the studio has decided to release the film to independent theaters across America starting tomorrow. So if you’re a patriotic Washingtonian...Show More Summary
Warner Bros. has unveiled a new trailer for In the Heart of the Sea. Oscar-winning filmmaker Ron Howard took the helm on this film adaptation of Nathaniel Philbrick’s National Book Award-winning nonfiction title. The video embedded above...Show More Summary
Santa Claus — an obese, pathological liar who has only one outfit — first graced the cover of The New Yorker way back in 1927. The cover was illustrated by Andre De Schaub. Since that iconic front page, there have been plenty of holiday themed covers from magazine. Show More Summary
Yes, I'm as obsessed as everyone about the most popular podcast ever, "Serial," which has resulted in the inevitable discussions and theory trading with everyone I know. I've even listened to some of the podcasts about "Serial," butShow More Summary