The airings will begin at 1:00 PM EST today, Christmas Eve.
The movie can be now viewed on Google Play, YouTube, Microsoft XBox Video and Sony’s special website, SeeTheInterview.com. Continue reading
With an endless stream of hubbub over the off again, on again movie, The Interview, you would think some would leave well enough alone, but no, NHL team Dallas Stars had to get in the action by adding Kim Jong Un to their annual “naughty or nice” list..
In a “naughty or nice” segment showing on the Jumbotron, they ranked the North Korean leader as naughty, with the following caption:
“NAUGHTY – DON’T WORRY. THEY’LL NEVER SEE THIS THEIR INTERNET IS DOWN. HAPPY HOLIDAYS!” Continue reading
The hackers must have some serious dirt on the movie company as Sony made the decision to completely remove the Facebook and Twitter accounts.
Before the Facebook account was deleted, the movie had more than 366,000 followers, while the film’s Twitter page (@TheInterview) had 35,100 followers. Continue reading
News outlets are widely reporting that North Korea was behind the hacks in retaliation for parody movie “The Interview” but those claims didn’t actually explain how North Korea pulled it off, fueling speculation that it had nothing to do with the hacks.
Over the last few days, a lot of people, many of them in the tech community, have come out against the government’s narrative and tried to poke holes in its case. Continue reading
The movie studio is offering identity theft protection services to anyone who thinks their data may have been compromised.
As is being widely reported in the press, Sony Pictures Entertainment (SPE) experienced a significant system disruption on Monday, November 24, 2014. SPE has determined that the cause of the disruption was a brazen cyber attack. Continue reading
Sony Pictures released a statement today saying that they have decided kill the planned December 25th theatrical release of “The Interview” amid hacker’s terror threats against treaters and moviegoers.
Almost every major theater chain had already opted to drop the opening on their own before Sony moved in.
“In light of the decision by the majority of our exhibitors not to show the film The Interview Continue reading
“We will clearly show it to you at the very time and places “The Interview” be shown, including the premiere, how bitter fate those who seek fun in terror should be doomed to. Soon all the world will see what an awful movie Sony Pictures Entertainment has made.”
The world will be full of fear. Continue reading
It’s been a bad year for celebrities when it comes to getting their personal lives revealed on the internet, and now the problem has officially gone from bad to worse.
This time around, a massive Sony leak is said to include celebrity’s most private info, such as social security numbers, addresses and other unthinkables..
The scale of the hack for Sony is said to be Continue reading
At least five brand spanking new movies from Sony Pictures were part of a hack attack that crippled the studio earlier in the week.
The upcoming movie “Annie” and Brad Pitt‘s latest, “Fury,” which is still in theaters, were part of the leak.
“Fury” has been downloaded by over 888,000 unique IP addresses since showing up on peer-to-peer networks on Nov. 27, according to piracy tracking firm Excipio. Continue reading
A woman is claiming that Michael Jackson didn’t sing three of the songs on his posthumously released album!
The lawsuit, filed by California woman Vera Serova in Superior Court in Los Angeles County on Thursday, questions whether it’s actually Jackson’s vocals on the tracks “Breaking News,” “Monster” and “Keep Your Head Up.”
Here’s more on the, off the wall lawsuit..
Michael Jackson’s record label Sony and the co-executor of the singer’s estate have been hit with a lawsuit alleging that Jackson might not have actually sung three of the tracks on the 2010 posthumously released album “Michael.”