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  • Amy Pascal breaks silence at Women in the World conference

    Amy Pascal breaks silence at Women in the World conference
    Amy Pascal opened up about what she learned from the Sony hacking experience at the Women in the World conference in San Francisco. In a candid onstage interview with journalist Tina Brown on Wednesday, the departing Sony executive gave advice about...
  • Spider-Man heads to Marvel Cinematic Universe before next solo film

     
    Spider-Man is coming to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Under a deal between Sony and Marvel Studios, the iconic character will […]...
  • Ex-Sony chief Amy Pascal acknowledges she was fired

    Ex-Sony chief Amy Pascal acknowledges she was fired
    In her first interview since her exit as co-chairman of Sony Pictures, Amy Pascal acknowledged she was fired. Speaking to journalist Tina Brown at the Women in the World conference Wednesday night in San Francisco, Pascal joked, "All the women here...
  • Sony scraps 'The Interview' release; North Korea blamed for hack

    Sony scraps 'The Interview' release; North Korea blamed for hack
    Sony Pictures Entertainment's extraordinary decision to scrap the Christmas release of "The Interview" came amid mounting pressure from powerful theater owners and other studios concerned that the film's release could keep moviegoers away from multiplexes...
  • 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...
  • Sony looking for new platform to release 'The Interview'

    Sony looking for new platform to release 'The Interview'
    Sony Pictures Entertainment said Friday it immediately began looking for alternative platforms to release "The Interview" after it shelved the Christmas Day theatrical opening when movie theater chains bailed on the screwball comedy. "It is still our...
  • Some theaters drop 'The Interview' amid Sony hacker threats

    Concerned about threats to moviegoers, theater owners are starting to pull "The Interview" from their holiday lineups amid a relentless cyberattack that has wreaked havoc on Sony Pictures Entertainment. The dropping of the film from the lucrative...
  • Sony gives theater owners OK to not show 'The Interview'

    Sony gives theater owners OK to not show 'The Interview'
    Theater owners are considering canceling plans to put “The Interview” on their screens in the wake of new threats by the hacking group that has unleashed a relentless cyber attack on Sony Pictures Entertainment.  The hacking group calling...
  • Sony Pictures CEO Michael Lynton to staff: Hackers 'won't take us down'

    The top executives from Sony Pictures Entertainment, still reeling from a cyberattack that crippled the studio three weeks ago, assured employees Monday that the company would survive.  "This won't take us down," Michael Lynton, the studio's chief...