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Report: After Racist Email Reveal, Pascal Out as Sony Chair

Deadline is reporting that Sony Pictures Chief Amy Pascal is exiting the studio due to a “shakeup at the top.” The news comes as no surprise and just a couple months after a devastating hack revealed that the studio head


Did NSA Surveillance Help Pin the Sony Hack on North Korea?

The Obama administration has officially linked the North Korean government to the Sony Pictures hack, perpetrated by a group calling itself the “Guardians of Peace” in retaliation for a film that mocks North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un.

'The Interview' makes over $15 million in online sales, pirated as much as paid for

‘The Interview’ Review: Seth Rogen Punishes North Korea and the Audience

Outside the context of the cyber-terrorist and terrorist-terrorist threats that almost killed it, “The Interview” is par for the Seth Rogen course: crude, cruder, sporadically funny, and ultimately not worth the 112 minute investment. Give Rogen credit, though, he didn’t

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First Cyber War: Was the Sony Hack a Warm-Up for Bigger Things to Come?

The Sony Pictures hacking drama ended, at least for the moment, with the besieged studio deciding to authorize a limited release for “The Interview” after all. This came after a storm of criticism of Sony, and the U.S. government that failed to protect them, for caving in to the demands of a hacker group with, shall we say, very strong feelings about the impropriety of mocking North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un.

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Sony Agrees to Terms to Stream ‘The Interview’

CNN reported Wednesday morning that Youtube has tentatively agreed to stream The Interview for Sony, which will coincide with a limited theatrical release through a small number of American movie theaters.


Studio Execs to George Clooney: Uhm, We Never Received Your Sony Petition

Although big names like Judd Apatow, Rob Lowe  and Aaron Sorkin loudly and publicly backed Sony Pictures and “The Interview” against the North Korean cyber-terrorists trying to tear the studio into pieces, George Clooney still puffed himself up as Hollywood’s