The teen lives near Liverpool.
When Hollywood gathers for the 72nd annual Golden Globes on Sunday night, real-world events may loom over what’s usually one of the industry’s most carefree and rollicking evenings.
More than six weeks after hackers attacked Sony Pictures Entertainment, its computer network is still down but the studio has not lost a single day of production on any of its films or television shows, CEO Michael Lynton told The Associated Press on Thursday.
President Barack Obama ordered sanctions against North Korea on Friday in response to the recent cyber attack on Sony Pictures Entertainment.
A California congressman is weighing in on North Korea, one day after its governing body hurled a racial slur at President Obama and issued renewed threats against the United States.
The Sony hack scandal has just intensified with North Korea calling President Obama “a monkey” and blaming the U.S. for shutting down its internet.
For a film that would have just come and gone in the usual 3,000 theaters without much fanfare, the $40 million comedy has now become an accidental case study in the world of day-and-date releases, in which titles are available both in theaters and for digital rental simultaneously.
Sony Pictures Tuesday announced a limited theatrical release of “The Interview” beginning Christmas Day.
Reports of sporadic internet outages throughout North Korea have progressed to claim that there is now no internet in the country at all.
Hollywood is on high alert as the Sony cyberattack by North Korea continues to reverberate worldwide.
The FBI said Friday there’s enough evidence to conclude the North Korean government was responsible for the cyber attack on Sony Pictures Entertainment.
A cyber attack on the computer system at Sony Pictures could be inside job, according to reports.
The two remaining Americans who had been held in North Korea have been released and are on their way home, U.S. officials said Saturday.
Former basketball star Dennis Rodman apologized on Monday for not being able to help an American missionary detained in North Korea during his trip there to play in a game to celebrate the birthday of leader Kim Jong Un.
Dennis Rodman’s agent says the former NBA star did not take any payment from the North Korean government during his trip this week to the country.