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  • 'The Interview' on view at Swap Shop on Christmas night

    'The Interview' on view at Swap Shop on Christmas night
    A devastating computer hack attack on a huge movie studio and threats made against theaters weren't enough to stop moviegoers from taking in the first South Florida screening of the controversial comedy "The Interview" on Christmas night. "It was just...
  • SONY CIBERATAQUE (Actualización

    Unos 300 cines de EE.UU. proyectan el polémico filme "The Interview" (Añade declaraciones) Washington, 25 dic (EFEUSA).- Unos 300 cines independientes de EE.UU. proyectaron hoy el polémico filme "The Interview" ("La entrevista"), cuyo estreno se canceló...
  • Letters: Flip-flopping on Sony

    Letters: Flip-flopping on Sony
    Sony used to have this tag line: "Sony — No Baloney." It was before the company made major motion pictures, but it might want to consider bringing back this line in the recent and ongoing attacks on Sony Pictures Entertainment. I have seen...
  • Sony's 'The Interview' on strange ground, but is it in cult-film zone?

    Cult movies come about in different ways. Some, like "The Rocky Horror Picture Show," happen because their particular brand of badness lends itself to celebration. Others, such as "The Big Lebowski," reach cult status due to a matching of style and fan...
  • Fans trumpet free speech, line up for screenings of 'Interview'

    Fans trumpet free speech, line up for screenings of 'Interview'
    "The Interview," the Sony Pictures film about a fictional plot to assassinate North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, opened in more than 300 movie theaters across the United States on Christmas Day, drawing many sell-out audiences and statements by patrons that...
  • More a cause than a must-see, 'The Interview' finally arrives in theaters

    More a cause than a must-see, 'The Interview' finally arrives in theaters
    Some came out of a sense of patriotic duty. Some came to see what all the fuss was about. Some just came in the hope of some laughs on a holiday. Capping weeks of headline-grabbing tumult that rocked Sony Pictures to its core, frayed nerves and...
  • L.A. moviegoers say seeing 'The Interview' is standing up for freedom

    L.A. moviegoers say seeing 'The Interview' is standing up for freedom
    A slow trickle of moviegoers gathered in West Hollywood on Thursday morning to check out "The Interview," the comedy about North Korea that has wound up in the center of a real-life geopolitical imbroglio. Some said they were simply observing a...
  • How the hackers taught Hollywood a lesson about cheap stunts

    How the hackers taught Hollywood a lesson about cheap stunts
    If I were a cartoonist, a phrase cartoonists are loath to hear, I'd sketch a chubby imp donned in a diaper, sporting a chia mohawk and munching the last Big Mac on Earth, while straddling a nuclear-armed missile that bears a striking resemblance to Dennis...
  • Sony hacks show limits of Web privacy

    Sony hacks show limits of Web privacy
    Sony Pictures Entertainment wants news outlets to stop publishing stories based on material stolen by hackers, who recently ransacked the company's computer network to devastating effect. From one perspective, that might be the right thing to do. Though...
  • Hundreds of theaters screen 'The Interview': 'We're taking a stand for freedom'

    Hundreds of theaters screen 'The Interview': 'We're taking a stand for freedom'
     Critics and early viewers agree that "The Interview" is less than a masterpiece. But thanks to threats from hackers that nearly derailed its release, it has become an event. Hundreds of theaters Thursday, from The Edge 8 in Greenville, Alabama, to...
  • 'The Interview' may be the first casualty in a serious, new kind of war

    Two years ago, Defense Secretary Leon Panetta warned that the United States faced the threat of cyberattacks from technologically sophisticated foes who could one day unleash chaos and death via the Internet. Derailing a train, contaminating water...