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Nearly everyone in Hollywood is outraged by Sony and the movie theater chain's 'act of cowardice' in canceling 'The Interview'
Following news that all the major U.S. movie theater chains would not be showing 'The Interview,' Sony Pictures announced it was canceling the release of the film, which was slated to open on Christmas in the U.S.
The hackers win: Sony cancels release of 'The Interview' as movie theaters bail
Just hours after major U.S. theater chains said they would not screen the film following terrorists threats, Sony has canceled the release of 'The Interview,' a comedy in which Seth Rogen and James Franco are sent to North Korea to assassinate Kim Jo
Sony Hack: Major theater chains drop 'The Interview'
Due to be released on December 25, The Interview has been dropped or delayed by the five largest theater chains in the United States, according to reports.
Terror threat prompts 'The Interview' premiere cancellation
The Sony Pictures hack saga took a nefarious turn yesterday when an apparent terrorism threat was made against move theaters that show 'The Interview'.
Sony Pictures sued by ex-employees, citing failure to protect data
The nightmare continues for Sony Pictures as it now faces a lawsuit from former employees alleging that it failed to protect their data, which was exposed in November's massive breach.
Early script for latest James Bond film, 'SPECTRE,' was stolen in Sony Pictures hack
Eon Productions, the producers behind the newly announced James Bond 'SPECTRE' film have confirmed that an early version of the script was stolen this month.
Sony Pictures hackers promise 'Christmas gift'
Following further leaks of data stolen from Sony Pictures, hackers have promised the studio that a Christmas gift is coming soon.
Sony demands media stop reporting on stolen e-mails, delete data
Several major news media organizations have been threatened by a Sony Pictures lawyer and ordered to stop reporting details from e-mails stolen in November.
Sony Pictures forced to halt filming after cyber attack
Sony Pictures has been forced to stop filming following the massive hack that has paralyzed the company in the past weeks.
Seth Rogen asked to tone down 'The Interview' after request from Kaz Hirai
According to e-mails, Seth Rogen was asked by Sony Pictures Entertainment to tone down a particularly gruesome scene in The Interview, but the comedy actor refused.
Sony attacking torrents to stop spread of stolen data
In an ironic twist, Sony Pictures is apparently trying to halt the spread of hoards of data stolen by hackers in November using a tactic commonly used by cyber criminals.
Could Sony's hacking scandal cost them $100 million?
According to cybersecurity experts, Sony Pictures could be looking at a loss nearing $100 million from the massive hack that took down their network and exposed terabytes of sensitive data.
Sony hackers demand 'The Interview' be scrapped
The group claiming responsibility for the massive Sony Pictures breach in November have demanded that the release film starring Seth Rogen and James France be cancelled
James Franco, Seth Rogen try to make light of destructive Sony Pictures security breach with SNL monologue
James Franco was the host of this week's 'Saturday Night Live' sketch show, and the actor tried to make light of the recent Sony Pictures hack in which the entire company's network was taken down
North Korea says Sony Pictures hack was a 'righteous deed'
As the investigation into the massive breach at Sony Pictures proceeds, North Korea is sticking to a claim of innocence but that hasn't stopped it from applauding the attack against the entertainment company.
Feds probe threats against Sony Pictures employees' families
The Federal Bureau of Investigation is looking into threats received by employees of Sony Pictures claiming to be from the hackers that targeted the entertainment company.
Why is North Korea a primary suspect in Sony Pictures hack?
North Korea has denied any involvement in a devastating hack of Sony Pictures, the theft of 11TB of data, and leaking of movies and personal information of many, many people.
ISPs shoulder responsibility for leaked Sony movies, says UK MP
A Member of the UK Parliament and former IP advisor to Prime Minister David Cameron believes that Internet Service Providers and web hosting companies have to shoulder some of the responsibility for leaked Sony movies, following a massive hack
Sony Pictures hack gets much worse as social security numbers, home addresses, passwords and contracts are released
A week after hackers took down the networks of Sony Pictures and stole 11 terabytes of data, more personal data has been released today, including the social security numbers of nearly 50,000 past and present employees.
Following hack, pre-release Sony films hit the Internet in full DVD-screener quality
Now, it appears that the first leaks have hit the Internet, with a few Sony Pictures' films, many of which aren't set for release for a couple of months are now widely available on the Internet.
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