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Sony Pictures hacked

  • After the hack: Sony Pictures' road to recovery

    After the hack: Sony Pictures' road to recovery

    Almost a year ago, hackers seized the computer systems of Sony Pictures Entertainment, the Culver City movie studio behind the long-running "Spider-Man" series. Cyberterrorists -- the U.S. government blames North Korea -- wiped data from Sony servers, exposed the personal information of tens of...

  • WikiLeaks' move 'rewards a totalitarian regime,' Sony lawyer says

    WikiLeaks' move 'rewards a totalitarian regime,' Sony lawyer says

    Sony Pictures on Friday repeated its call for media organizations to not publish information stolen in last year's hack of its computer systems. The move comes a day after the website WikiLeaks published a searchable database containing a trove of material released in the cyberattack, including more...

  • Tom Rothman chosen as chairman of Sony Pictures' motion picture group

    Tom Rothman chosen as chairman of Sony Pictures' motion picture group

    Sony Pictures Entertainment has named Tom Rothman as the next chairman of its motion picture group, the company said Tuesday.  He will replace current chair Amy Pascal, who announced earlier this month that she would step down and become a producer for Sony Pictures in May. Pascal's announcement...

  • Sony Pictures condemns WikiLeaks' release of hacked material

    Sony Pictures condemns WikiLeaks' release of hacked material

    Months after Sony Pictures Entertainment suffered from a crippling cyberattack, troves of the studio's leaked information has resurfaced on WikiLeaks, potentially reopening one of the darkest chapters in the Culver City studio's history. The Julian Assange-run website, known for its massive release...

  • Amy Pascal to oversee new Spider-Man film made by Sony, Marvel

    Amy Pascal to oversee new Spider-Man film made by Sony, Marvel

    Amy Pascal, the outgoing co-chairman of Sony Pictures Entertainment, is exiting the studio with a high-profile project that instantly makes her one of Hollywood's biggest producers. Pascal has been tapped to oversee a new Spider-Man film that would be made by a partnership of Sony and Walt Disney...

  • The embarrassing emails that preceded Amy Pascal's resignation

    The embarrassing emails that preceded Amy Pascal's resignation

    Sony Pictures Entertainment Co-Chairman Amy Pascal's announcement that she would step down from her job at the studio came less than two months after thousands of her personal, often controversial emails leaked online. A group of hackers self-identifying as the Guardians of Peace sent the contents...

  • Steve Mosko touches on Sony hack at Digital Entertainment World expo

    Steve Mosko touches on Sony hack at Digital Entertainment World expo

    Steve Mosko, president of Sony Pictures Television, said the cyberattack against Sony in late November made the company "tougher" and "better." "It was -- without question -- the most difficult thing both personally and professionally that I've been through in my life," Mosko said at the second...

  • Sony faces creative uncertainty as Pascal prepares to exit

    Sony faces creative uncertainty as Pascal prepares to exit

    Amy Pascal's exit from Sony Pictures comes as the studio faces one of its biggest creative crossroads. The film studio has been trailing its Hollywood rivals when it comes to big, reliable franchises — the kind of blockbusters that drive the box office. These films are considered an essential part...

  • Amy Pascal's exit hints at new script for Sony

    Amy Pascal's exit hints at new script for Sony

    Amy Pascal, long considered one of the most powerful women in Hollywood — and a throwback to old-school moviemaking — is stepping down from her co-chair job at Sony Pictures Entertainment in the wake of the devastating cyberattack that crippled the studio. Pascal's exit had been predicted by some...

  • Tom Rothman among leading candidates to replace Amy Pascal

    Tom Rothman among leading candidates to replace Amy Pascal

    She has been a fixture of Hollywood for nearly three decades. Since joining Columbia Pictures in 1988, Amy Pascal has presided over a string of hits including "Groundhog Day," "Men in Black" and "The Amazing Spider-Man." She has also forged close relationships with some of the industry's biggest...

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