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.
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.
Sony Pictures Tuesday announced a limited theatrical release of “The Interview” beginning Christmas Day.
The original script for “The Interview” called for the story to reference a country with a fictitious name, according to a published report.
Officials at Sony Pictures Studios apologized to employees Monday for the recent cyber attack that drew national attention pertaining to sensitive information leaked.
Sony Pictures said Wednesday that no broadcast media will be invited to cover the film’s red carpet Thursday in Los Angeles and no interviews will be granted to print reporters at the screening.
The FBI said Friday it is investigating threatening emails sent to some employees of Sony Pictures Entertainment, which was hit by a cyberattack last week that disrupted its computer system and spewed confidential information onto the Internet.
Actor Allen Maldonado stopped by KCAL9 on Saturday to discuss his role as Marcus in “The Equalizer” that’s playing in theaters now.
“Zero Dark Thirty” hunted down the top spot at the box office — and easily won it.
Sony Pictures is asking the judge hearing Michael Jackson’s manslaughter trial to throw out a subpoena for footage of the singer’s final rehearsal after a defense attorney said earlier this week that reviewing them was “a big waste of time.”