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  • 'The Heat' to heat up weekend. Netflix introduces its own Siri.

    'The Heat' to heat up weekend. Netflix introduces its own Siri.
    After the coffee. Before considering a new air conditioner.  The Skinny: After writing the words News Corp. for my entire career, I now have to start writing 21st Century Fox when describing the company that houses Rupert Murdoch's entertainment assets....
  • Will audiences go for old-school 'White House Down'?

    Big spectacle, often of the comic-book variety, has been working at the U.S. multiplex this season. “Man of Steel” was the biggest June opening in history. “Iron Man 3” just hit $400 million in the U.S. So where does that leave a...
  • Film Review: Same plot line, very different film

    Film Review: Same plot line, very different film
    In this action movie from apocalyptic blockbuster specialist Roland Emmerich ("Independence Day," "The Day After Tomorrow," "2012"), the White House is successfully invaded by terrorists, the president is captured and no one can save the day other than...
  • Sony Pictures appoints Man Jit Singh as new home entertainment head

    Man Jit Singh has been tapped by Sony Pictures Entertainment to head its home entertainment division, replacing longtime chief David Bishop, whose contract was not renewed by the studio. Singh, whose appointment as president of Sony Pictures Home...
  • Sony Pictures names Man Jit Singh as chief of home entertainment unit

    Man Jit Singh has been hired by Sony Pictures Entertainment to head its home entertainment division, replacing longtime chief David Bishop, whose contract was not renewed by the studio. Singh, whose appointment as president of Sony Pictures Home...
  • Sony Pictures' awards season takes pressure off Amy Pascal

    Sony Pictures' awards season takes pressure off Amy Pascal
    For much of last year, Amy Pascal was under fire. The co-chair of Sony Pictures Entertainment presided over two of last year's big-budget bombs, "After Earth" and "White House Down." Her studio reported losses of $181 million for the summer months....
  • Sony reports $35 million net profit for first quarter

    Sony reports $35 million net profit for first quarter
    Sony Corp. reported net income of $35 million for the fiscal first quarter ending June 30, buoyed by an improvement in its mobile products division and the depreciation of the yen. The Tokyo consumer electronics and media giant lost $312 million in...
  • Summer box office: Five lessons to take away from a record season

    Summer box office: Five lessons to take away from a record season
    "R.I.P.D." was D.O.A. and "The Lone Ranger" was unable to lasso moviegoers. Yet at summer's end, Hollywood is riding happily off into the sunset thanks to an unexpected number of $100-million-plus hits that drove the seasonal box office to a record....
  • Dwight Caines named president of Columbia TriStar theatrical marketing

    Sony Pictures Entertainment veteran Dwight Caines has been named president of theatrical marketing for the company's Columbia TriStar Motion Pictures Group. Caines is assuming some of the responsibilities of Marc Weinstock, who earlier this week was...
  • For Hollywood's social media managers, tweeting is a living

    For Hollywood's social media managers, tweeting is a living
    NEW YORK — She knew they were waiting to hear from her — Channing Tatum's millions of fans. It had been more than an hour since LaQuishe Wright had posted a photo of the actor on his Twitter account, dressed in a suit "Headed to the...
  • Sony Pictures eyes $100 million or more in cuts, hires Bain & Co.

    Sony Pictures eyes $100 million or more in cuts, hires Bain & Co.
    Sony Pictures Entertainment, under pressure from activist investor Daniel Loeb, is eyeing at least $100 million in budget cuts and has hired consultancy Bain & Co. to examine the studio's expenditures, according to a source with knowledge of the matter....