Sony Pictures licenses its upcoming movies to Netflix, exclusively
Sony Pictures all new movies will be licensed to Netflix, exclusively. This includes all upcoming Spider-Mar movies and much more.
North Korea: Sony hacker does not exist
North Korea has responded to charges against a hacker in the secretive country by insisting that the identified man does not exist.
Experts: Hackers behind Sony Pictures attack are still around and active
According to Juan Andrés Guerrero-Saade and Jaime Blasco, the hackers behind the massive and devastating Sony Pictures attack in 2014 are still active and could be behind some other low-profile attacks.
CES: Sony 4K HDR TVs will let you buy and stream 4K movies from Sony Pictures
Alongside the announcement of a few new powerful 4K TVs, Sony also announced that their 4K TVs will allow consumers to buy and stream Sony Pictures movies in 4K quality.
First 4K Blu-ray titles announced
Sony has announced their first batch of 4K (UHD) Blu-ray discs, although they are unlikely to make you upgrade in the near future.
Sony Pictures settles lawsuit with former employees whose personal data was leaked
Sony Pictures has reached a settlement with thousands of former employees whose social security numbers, medical records and other data were leaked as part of the massive cyber attack on the company last winter.
WikiLeaks makes it easier to search through all of the documents stolen in Sony Pictures cyber attack
WikiLeaks has released The Sony Archives today, a fully searchable database that contains 173,132 emails and 30,287 other documents that were stolen and released following the cyber attack on Sony Pictures last year.
Sony hack will end up costing the company $15 million this quarter
Last year, Sony was hit by one of the more vicious cyber attacks in corporate history, with terrabytes of data stolen and splashed across the Web, including tens of thousands of private emails.
Sony leases out Spider-Man to Marvel for upcoming movie
Sony has leased out the rights to Spider-Man to Disney (Marvel), meaning Marvel will put out the next films while Sony keeps the rights to the popular comic hero.
Amy Pascal steps down from Sony Pictures following email firestorm in wake of cyber attack
Thanks to a plethora of embarrassing emails leaked in December by hackers, Sony Pictures co-chairman Amy Pascal has stepped down from her role at the company.
Despite cyber attack, Sony Pictures still manages profit
Despite the devastating cyber attack that crippled the company for weeks, it appears that Sony Pictures Entertainment still eeked out a small profit for the fiscal Q3 ended December 31st.
Sony delays their earnings report due to last year's massive cyber attack
Sony has said this week that it is delaying the reporting of its quarterly earnings as it continues to assess the damage from the cyberattack that took down Sony Pictures last year.
'The Interview' makes $15 million in rentals, sales in 96 hours
According to Sony Pictures, 'The Interview' made $15 million in revenue in online sales and rentals during its first 96 hours of availability.
'The Interview' available now on Google Play, Xbox Video and directly from Sony
As of 1pm today, Sony Picture's satirical comedy 'The Interview' starring James Franco and Seth Rogen is available online for rental and purchase, hours before a few independent theaters release the film on the big screen.
'The Interview' will be released on Christmas in a few theaters and VOD
Sony Pictures has confirmed that the now infamous 'The Interview' will get its Christmas release date, after all.
Sony: 'The Interview' will be released eventually
Sony attorney David Boies has seemingly confirmed that the studio will eventually release 'The Interview,' although the when and the how are still very much unclear.
Anonymous: Sony Pictures attack definitely did not come from North Korea
Anonymous, the group behind some of the largest corporate cyber attacks in recent history, claims the FBI are 'idiots' for claiming North Korea is behind the hack on Sony Pictures.
Report: Sony to release 'The Interview' for free on their Crackle service
Less than a week after Sony announced they were canceling the release of 'The Interview' and that they had 'no future plans for its release, we have some encouraging news this weekend.
U.S. to blame North Korea for Sony Pictures hack
According to numerous media outlets, U.S. government officials will announce tomorrow that North Korea was indeed behind the devastating hack on Sony Pictures.
Sony has no plans to ever release 'The Interview' - no DVD, Blu-ray, no VOD, no TV
Sony Pictures has now decided against ever releasing 'The Interview' in any form, almost guaranteeing themselves a $100 million loss on the film.