Staff in every office of movie studio Sony Pictures have been left to try and do their jobs using just pen and paper after hackers broke into the company's computer system. A new report in the Times reveals that staff have been banned from using computers. Show More Summary
Sony Pictures Animation announced yesterday the casting of Oscar-, Tony-, Grammy- and Emmy-winning writer, director, performer, composer and producer Mel Brooks in the sequel to the 2012 worldwide hit, Hotel Transylvania 2. Today, we have the first ever look at Brooks in the role of Vlad, the ancient, undead and incredibly grumpy father to Dracula […]
Now that Universal Pictures has grabbed the Steve Jobs biopic from Sony Pictures, the studio is starting to round up a supporting cast to surround star Michael Fassbender in the film from Slumdog Millionaire director Danny Boyle. Deadline...Show More Summary
"Guardians of Peace" offer a gigabyte-long list of filenames to share.
There's certainly been a lot of activity lately coming out of Danny Boyle's Steve Jobs. Last week there was the big news that Sony had put the film into turnaround. Then news broke that Universal had picked up the picture. Now there's word that Natalie Portman is in talks to join the Aaron Sorkin-penned feature. Show More Summary
Comedy legend Mel Brooks has been tapped to voice the role of Vlad in Sony Pictures Animation's Hotel Transylvania 2. He'll play the very old and grumpy vampire father to Adam Sandler's Dracula. The sequel to Sony's 2012 family film sees old-school supernatural meet modern-day cool when Vlad turns up at the hotel for an impromptu family get-together. Show More Summary
The X-Men star is reportedly on board to play the late Apple cofounder. Universal picked up the pieces of Aaron Sorkin's much-ballyhooed Steve Jobs biopic after Sony Pictures dropped it last week. And according to the Hollywood Reporter, it looks like it found its star: The dude who played Magneto. Read Full Story
Sony Pictures' employees around the globe are still locked out of their company computers after they were hacked on the 24th by a group calling itself the "Guardians of Peace." Now, new details have emerged that shed some light on what they want and...
Sony Pictures' computer systems were down for the second day in a row on Tuesday after hackers threatened to release files they claimed were stolen from the company's network.
A group who calls themselves the Guardians of Peace, or GOP, reportedly hacked into Sony Pictures network computers this week and has threatened to reveal all of their secrets. Employees at Sony attempted to login onto their computers Monday morning, only to find something sinister. Show More Summary
After a reportedly massive data breach, Sony Pictures appears to remain at the mercy of hackers who have threatened to share "top secrets" with the public. The hack was so wide-reaching that the company's computer system has been completely shut down, according to reports. Show More Summary
If anyone would know how to manipulate circuity and metal into an iPod, it'd be Magneto! Okay, Steve Jobs too, we guess. [ Photos: 10 Inspirations From The Past For The Apple Watch! ] It was less than a week ago that Sony Pictures dropped the Aaron Sorkin-penned Steve Jobs biopic, but Universal Pictures has just swooped [...]
Sony Pictures Entertainment was allegedly targeted and infiltrated by hackers on Monday. In fact, the attack was so vicious that the studio had to inform its employees across the world not to connect to its network or access their emails. Variety...Show More Summary
Hackers claim to have stolen sensitive corporate information, but their motives are unclear
Yesterday, reports began flying that Sony Pictures' entire computer system had been locked up by a hacker group making undisclosed blackmail threats. We can only guess the hackers' demands have something to do with Spider-Man movie rights based on absolutely no information other than that's what we'd blackmail them for if it were us.
After yesterday’s huge hack on Sony Pictures that seemed like something straight out of a bad 90s movie, the attackers have revealed a little more information on the events. In an email response to The Verge, the hackers write: “We Want equality [sic]. Show More Summary
2ND UPDATE: This Sony computer hacking episode isn't over. The corporation's computers are still down, in New York, overseas and on the Culver City lot of Sony Picture, for the second day. IT experts are still working to figure out how the breach happened, and to stop a repeat. Show More Summary
Insisting that it still has a few more years left in it, that whirring noise isn’t anything to worry about, and at least it’s not full of viruses like a used Bill Gates biopic would be, Universal Pictures is picking up a previously owned Steve Jobs biopic from the Hollywood Craigslist. Show More Summary
Following news last week that Sony Pictures had decided to drop Aaron Sorkin’s Steve Jobs biopic, sources have told The Wrap that Universal Pictures will now be picking it up. Sony reportedly dropped the movie due to shooting scheduling...Show More Summary