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  • 'The Hobbit' tops box office again, 'Into the Woods' and 'Unbroken' close behind

    Hollywood kicked off the New Year on a positive note, with three films vying closely for the weekend box-office title that nevertheless remained with "The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies" for the third straight week. Peter Jackson's Middle-earth...
  • Sony Corp.'s chief executive condemns 'vicious' cyberattack on US-based film studio

    Sony Corp.'s top corporate executive on Monday condemned the recent hacking assault against its film division, saying his employees were victims of a "vicious and malicious cyberattack," while adding that he's proud of them for standing against "the...
  • Sony CEO Kazuo Hirai speaks out on 'vicious' cyberattack

    Sony Corp. President and Chief Executive Kazuo Hirai broke his silence on the cyberattack that crippled the company's film and television studio, calling the hacking "vicious" and "malicious."  Speaking at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, the...
  • Sony CEO breaks silence on studio hack

    Sony Corp. CEO Kazuo Hirai addressed the Sony Pictures hack at the beginning of his address to attendees Monday at the International CES 2015 confab. "Both Sony Pictures Entertainment former employees and certainly current employees were unfortunately the...
  • Correction: People-Kevin Hart story

    In a story Jan. 5 about Kevin Hart's view of the Sony hacking scandal, The Associated Press reported erroneously that Sony CEO Michael Lynton made a disparaging remark about Hart in a leaked email. In fact, the remark was made by Clint Culpepper,...
  • Studio head, producer apologize for Jolie, Obama remarks

    Studio head, producer apologize for Jolie, Obama remarks
    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Oscar-winning producer Scott Rudin apologized Thursday for calling Angelina Jolie a "spoiled brat" and making racially offensive jokes about President Obama's presumed taste in movies. The comments were made in a series of...
  • 'The Interview' digital grosses total $31 million from 4.3 million transactions, Sony says

    Sony Pictures' "The Interview" has made more than $31 million from its online and on-demand release, according to the studio. Sony announced digital figures Tuesday for the film spanning its first 11 days of release since debuting Dec. 24. Sony had...
  • Público respondió a estreno de "The Interview"

    Público respondió a estreno de "The Interview"
    WASHINGTON — El polémico filme "The Interview", una comedia sobre un complot estadounidense para asesinar al dictador norcoreano, Kim Jong-un, y que se cree que motivó el ciberataque sufrido por Sony, recaudó casi 1 millón de dólares en su estreno...
  • 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...
  • FBI stands firm on North Korea as doubts surface over who hacked Sony

    WASHINGTON Amid growing speculation by some cybersecurity experts that North Korea might not have been behind the hacking of Sony Pictures Entertainment, the FBI on Monday dismissed the possibility that anyone else was to blame. "There is no credible...
  • '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...