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The fallout from a cyber attack on Sony Pictures of its release of the controversial “The Interview” has altered the way Hollywood does business, according to a panel of industry experts.
KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO is set to take a closer look at the recent Sony hack attack as part of a special broadcast Tuesday.
Netflix wants to make Sony’s “The Interview” available to its 53 million worldwide subscribers, the streaming service’s chief content officer said Wednesday.
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.
Gamers who woke up excited Christmas Day to play with their new PlayStations and Xboxes were sorely disappointed to find out that online service was down for the gaming consoles.
The highly anticipated release of Sony Pictures Enterainments “The Interview” opened in theaters Thursday in Los Angeles County.
Sony Pictures Entertainment’s “The Interview” was made available for rent and purchase online Wednesday morning.
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.
Hollywood reaction continued to pour in Friday in response to Sony’s decision to pull “The Interview” from release.
The FBI said Friday there’s enough evidence to conclude the North Korean government was responsible for the cyber attack on Sony Pictures Entertainment.
Advertisements for Sony Pictures’ “The Interview” were taken down Thursday after the film’s Christmas Day release was canceled following a threat made by hackers.
Four of the five largest movie theater chains Wednesday announced that they will not show Sony’s “The Interview” after threatening messages were posted by hackers, according to the Wall Street Journal.
A group claiming to be behind the cyberattack on Sony Pictures Entertainment issued a rambling threat Tuesday against theaters planning to show the upcoming film “The Interview,” and said people considering going to the movie should “remember the 11th of September 2001.”