Ever since Sony Pictures co-chairman Amy Pascal‘s hacked email inbox recently showed Jan. 2014 message that read “Idris should be the next bond,” a frenzy of 007 speculation has… READ ON
Hackers hit Sony Pictures in late November, looking to disable the company’s daily operations and convince the movie studio to stop its planned release of The Interview, a movie that has been strongly criticized by North Korea ever since being announced. Show More Summary
On the heels of Sony Pictures' announcement that the controversy-plagued Seth Rogen/James Franco comedy had pulled in $15 million in digital sales via its 2 million-to-date downloads, Rogen, Franco and co-director Evan Goldberg took to social media to live-tweet an entire viewing of the film.
It is exceedingly hard to find an angle that presents The Interview in a positive light -- and yet, of course, Sony Pictures' marketing department has managed to do just that. Yesterday, four days after the film's release on YouTube,...Show More Summary
Sony Pictures released The Interview last week, after initially caving to threats received from the hackers who hit the studio in one of the biggest data heists to date and canceling the planned Christmas Day launch. The company soon...Show More Summary
Apple has agreed to start streaming and download sales of Sony Pictures' controversial comedy "The Interview" starring Seth Rogen and James Franco, making the straight-to-online film available to customers in the U.S. and Canada.
The news surrounding Sony Pictures Entertainment’s The Interview just got weirder. A man in Ohio is demanding his money back, and you’ll never guess the reason why. Jason Best of Cincinnati, was a man with a plan. When Sony PicturesShow More Summary
James Franco and Seth Rogen celebrated The Interview's swift comeback by live tweeting the movie start to finish, for our benefit. When Sony Pictures originally pulled The Interview from theatrical release following anonymous threats in the wake of Sony's very public hack, the likelihood of a massive comeback for the flick seemed slim. Show More Summary
The Interview from Sony Pictures has generated over $15 million in revenue from online rentals and purchases through Saturday. Film industry trade magazine Variety is reporting that the action comedy starring James Franco and Seth Rogen...Show More Summary
Over 2 million people have purchased or rented The Interview since it started streaming on December 24th, according to an announcement from Sony Pictures Entertainment (via Business Insider.) The Interview raked in $15 million in…
Just a couple days after Sony Pictures made much-anticipated and controversial comedy The Interview available on Xbox Video, Google Play, YouTube and SeeTheInterview.com, Apple has made the film available on iTunes ($5.99 for rent, $14.99...Show More Summary
The unplanned day-and-date release of The Interview raked in more than $15 million in online revenues through Saturday, Sony Pictures said in a release. The film, which just launched this morning on Apple's huge iTunes Store, debuted...Show More Summary
Two weeks after the intended wide release of “The Interview,” the tumultuous path of the James Franco and Seth Rogen film has taken another turn. Sony Pictures will be sued for using a Korean pop song in the movie, allegedly without paying the artist. The song is “Pay Day” by Yoon Mi-rae, an American-born K-pop star. […]
Apple finally began offering The Interview in its iTunes store on Sunday, days after competing platforms allowed viewers to access the controversial film The Interview, which distributor Sony Pictures originally pulled from theatrical...Show More Summary
It’s been a month since a red skull spread appeared on computers throughout Sony Pictures Entertainment and ignited the largest computer hacking scandal of the year. Early rumors suggested that North Korea was behind the embarrassing security breach and the potentially devastating release of information. Show More Summary
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) said on Sunday morning he "can't imagine" that China was not involved in the Sony Pictures hack that U.S. officials blamed solely on North Korea, even though the U.S. reportedly sought China's help in the aftermath of the cyberattacks.
You can now download The Interview from Apple’s iTunes. The release comes four days after the Sony Pictures movie was released on Google Play, YouTube, and Microsoft’s Xbox Video. Like on those platforms, iTunes is following the same pricing scheme: $5.99 to rent and $14.99 to buy. Recode was the first to report Apple joining […]
Perhaps one of the best things to emerge from the Sony email hacking debacle was word that Sony Pictures Entertainment Co-chairman Amy Pascal suggested that Idris Elba be the first black James Bond.
After facing a five-hour Internet outage Saturday, North Korea's third major outage in the past week, Pyongyang blamed it on U.S. President Barack Obama, and also accused him of forcing Sony Pictures to premiere the movie "The Interview" on Christmas Day.
Sorry, Seth Rogen -- but no one is pulling for "The Interview" more than Sony Pictures honcho Amy Pascal... because a flop could mean it's curtains for her at Sony.Pascal fielded a bunch of questions -- about the Sony hack, yanking the movie, only…