Here Are 19 Actors You Don't Know You Know, And I Bet You Can't Guess 8 Of Their Names
Y'know that guy... he was in Harry Potter... and that one Friends episode.
Inside The Craziest, Raunchiest, Most Politically Incorrect Animated Comedy Ever
Seth Rogen, Evan Goldberg, and the filmmaking team behind Sausage Party talk with BuzzFeed News about the 10 years it took to make the first-ever R-rated CG animated movie about a lesbian taco, a Jewish bagel, and an evil literal douche.
Sony Says Hack Response Cost $15 Million
The film studio took a big hit to its reputation when hackers released a flood of data stolen from its servers. And according to earnings announced Tuesday, it also took a hit to its bottom line.
17 Movies You Need To Stream During The Big Blizzard
Because every channel on television has been overtaken with weather reports.
Dennis Rodman Doesn't Believe North Korea Hacked Sony Over "The Interview"
The former NBA star turned Kim Jong Un's BFF also said he's willing to take Seth Rogen on a trip to the hermit kingdom.
"The Interview's" Kim Jong Un: "I Was Never Worried For My Safety"
Randall Park, who played the North Korean leader in The Interview, spoke candidly about his role in the controversial film and the unexpected result of the media scrutiny.
Sony Is Releasing A "Freedom Edition" Of "The Interview"
Last year's most talked-about film will soon give us even more to talk about on DVD and Blu-ray.
"The Interview" Will Hit Netflix Streaming On Jan. 24
UPDATE: After initially passing on streaming The Interview, Netflix announced it will carry the controversial film beginning Jan. 24.
"The Interview" Has Made Nearly Seven Times More Online Than At The Box Office
UPDATED: With $5.9 million in theaters added to its $40 million in VOD sales, the film's profitability still remains very much an open question.
The 19 Best Movie Fight Scenes Of 2014
It was a year of fighting robots, brawling neighbors, battling tanks, and so much more. SPOILERS BELOW.
"The Interview" Is A Triumph, But Is It Also A Disaster?
UPDATED: The Interview's $2.85 million at the box office over the Christmas holiday weekend is mixed news at best for Sony Pictures, but its VOD grosses are far more impressive.
Seth Rogen Surprises Fans At Christmas Screening Of "The Interview"
"We thought this might not happen ... at all."
PlayStation Network Remains Down After Christmas Attack, Xbox Having Issues
A hacker group has claimed responsibility for disabling the services.
This Is What It Was Like Seeing "The Interview" On Christmas Day
"Let freedom ring!" a movie theater employee told the crowd before the showing began.
"The Interview” Had A Surprise Christmas Eve Release Online, Streaming On YouTube And Google Play
UPDATE: In addition to upwards of 300 theaters, the most controversial movie ever is available on YouTube, Sony, Microsoft Xbox, and Google Play in the U.S., starting at 10 a.m. PT/1 p.m. ET on Dec. 24.
"The Interview" Will Have A Limited Release On Christmas Day After All
Sony's announcement comes less than a week after the film studio canceled the Dec. 25 release of the James Franco–Seth Rogen movie in the wake of hacker threats.
North Korea Back Online After Internet Collapsed For More Than 9 Hours
The suspected cyberattack comes just days after President Obama promised a "proportional response" to North Korea's hack of Sony Pictures.
North Korea Denies Involvement In Sony Hack, But Offers To Help Investigate
Pyongyang has labeled U.S. government claims that it was responsible for the hack as "groundless and slanderous."
How Should The U.S. Respond To The Massive Sony Hack?
Hack back? Military strike? Sanctions? Nothing?
U.S. Calls Sony Hack A "National Security" Issue, Weighs Response
In a briefing Thursday, the White House said it was weighing a "proportional response" to the cyberattack against Sony.
GOP Senator Wants To Host Re-Election Fundraiser At A Screening Of The Interview
And he loves Team America.
Would You Have Gone To See "The Interview"?
Hackers threatened theaters that screened The Interview, forcing Sony to cancel the movie release.
U.S. Officials Reportedly Tie North Korea To Massive Sony Hack
Several news organizations, citing U.S. officials, reported Wednesday that North Korea was behind the Sony data hack. The revelation came on the same day the studio decided to cancel the release of The Interview.
People Are Freaking Out About "The Interview" Not Being Released
IT'S NOT FAIR!!
Sony Pictures Is Looking For Alternative Platforms To Release "The Interview"
UPDATE: In a statement, the film studio said, "Let us be clear – the only decision that we have made with respect to release of the film was not to release it on Christmas Day ... It is still our hope that anyone who wants to see this movie will get the opportunity to do so."
Theater Chains Pull “The Interview,” Press Appearances Canceled Amid Threats
The stars of Sony's upcoming film pulled out of all planned media appearances, including a live BuzzFeed Brews event, on Tuesday. UPDATE: The studio also told movie exhibitors it would not object if they pulled the film from theaters.
Sony Sued By Employees For Massive Data Breach
Former and current Sony employees filed a lawsuit against the company alleging it failed to protect their confidential information by ignoring warnings of its weak computer system.
Sony Hackers Threaten Movie Theaters Showing "The Interview"
"The world will be full of fear," the hacker said. "We recommend you to keep yourself distant."
The Messy Media Ethics Behind The Sony Hacks
The gray area where the leaked information resides — between public and private, prurient and illuminating — might not be the exception, but the new normal.
Hackers Tell Sony Not To Release "The Interview"
"We are sending you our warning again," the hackers said.
North Korea Denies "Righteous" Sony Hack, As James Franco Jokes About His Privacy
The regime has denied that it was behind the devastating film studio hack but says it "might be a righteous deed of the supporters and sympathizers with the DPRK."
The Sony Hackers Are Now Threatening Employees And Their Families
An email from the "Guardians of Peace" showed up in some Sony employees' inboxes. It ends: "your family will be in danger."
It Gets Worse: The Newest Sony Data Breach Exposes Thousands Of Passwords
Excel and Word documents plainly expose thousands of computer log-in, financial, and web services passwords, including the Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and MySpace passwords for hundreds of major motion picture accounts.
Sony's Massive Hack Is Bad News, But Not At The Box Office
From a financial perspective, the box office hit caused by the leak of unreleased films is expected to be minimal. Annie has the most at risk.
FBI Warns Of "Destructive Malware" After Attack On Sony
The FBI is warning businesses that hackers have used "destructive malware" to launch cyber attacks in the U.S.
North Korea Says New Seth Rogen-James Franco Movie Is A "Blatant Act Of War”
“If the United States administration tacitly approves or supports the release of this film, we will take a decisive and merciless countermeasure."
The Poster For Seth Rogen And James Franco's New Comedy Is Filled With Anti-American Propaganda
"Do not trust stupid Americans!" Plus: the trailer!