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  • 'The Interview' earns $31 million from VOD, $5 million at box office

    Sony Pictures' "The Interview," the movie at the center of the crippling cyber attack on the studio, has grossed $31 million through video on demand as of Sunday.  The movie has been rented or purchased about 4.3 million times through services including...
  • Sony sets 'The Interview' DVD, Blu-ray release for Feb. 17

    Sony sets 'The Interview' DVD, Blu-ray release for Feb. 17
    Sony Pictures has set a Feb. 17 release date for the DVD and Blu-ray versions of "The Interview," the Seth Rogen-James Franco comedy that provoked the massive hacking attack at the studio. The Blu-ray version, which is being marketed as the "Freedom...
  • Sony's 'The Interview' to get 'freedom edition' home video release

    Sony Pictures Entertainment's "The Interview," the comedy at the center of the studio's hacking woes, is set for release on DVD and Blu-ray on Feb 17, the studio said Wednesday.  The controversial film has been available through video on-demand for...
  • Kevin Hart responds to Sony hack emails in Instagram post

    Kevin Hart responds to Sony hack emails in Instagram post
    Kevin Hart said he is "able to brush ignorance off" his shoulder and "move forward" in the wake of leaked Sony emails that called him a "whore." During the last several days, hackers have unleashed a slew of messages between Sony Pictures executives and...
  • Golden Globes: Spoofing North Korea and finding humor in Sony cyber attack

    What a difference a few weeks makes. One month ago, the devastating cyber attack on Sony Pictures over the comedy "The Interview" was making headlines around the world and rattling nerves across the movie industry. At the Golden Globes ceremony Sunday,...
  • Crackle renews Seinfeld's Web series, announces 'Joe Dirt 2'

    Crackle renews Seinfeld's Web series, announces 'Joe Dirt 2'
    Jerry Seinfeld will continue to chat up funny people for another year. Crackle has renewed his Web series "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee" for a sixth season. The announcement came during Crackle's presentation at the TCA Winter Press Tour in Pasadena...
  • White House renews effort on cybersecurity bill with new proposal

    White House renews effort on cybersecurity bill with new proposal
    In the wake of the hack at Sony Pictures Entertainment and other prominent data breaches, the White House tried Tuesday to jump-start the effort to pass cybersecurity legislation by unveiling an updated proposal aimed at ironing out major sticking...
  • Sony execs' salaries, employee SSNs allegedly leaked in breach

    While some Sony Pictures Entertainment employees have regained access to their email accounts, the company is still scrambling to repair the damage after a massive computer breach last week. A spreadsheet allegedly containing personal information of...
  • Before Sony hacking, 'Interview' co-directors knew of N. Korea risk

    The upcoming comedy from Sony Pictures Entertainment, "The Interview," was expected to draw the ire of the North Korean government, with a plot that depicts a fictional assassination attempt on leader Kim Jong Un. It's still unclear whether the film...
  • U.S. urges banks to consider cyber risk insurance amid hacking threats

    U.S. urges banks to consider cyber risk insurance amid hacking threats
    Banks should consider cyber risk insurance to help deal with the financial fall-out from the growing threat of cyber attacks, a top U.S. regulator said on Wednesday. Bankers and officials have become more vocal lately about concerns that malicious...
  • 'The Interview' is a gross-out comedy, but it pegs North Korea quite well

    'The Interview' is a gross-out comedy, but it pegs North Korea quite well
    We all know how the release of "The Interview" turned into a real-life Cold War thriller: North Korea hates the movie, lashes out at Sony Pictures by hacking its computers and threatens movie-goers, an act of state-sponsored cyber-aggression. At least...