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Lemire and Nguyen's Descender Lands at Sony Pictures

Sony Pictures Entertainment announced today that it acquired the feature film rights to Descender, the forthcoming comic book series from author Jeff Lemire and artist… 304 more words

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Sony Says Hack Will Delay Financial Report; Calls Impact "Not Material"

The “highly sophisticated and damaging cyberattack” crippled Sony Pictures Entertainment’s accounting applications until February, leaving it unable to meet a February 16 deadline to file its complete quarterly financial report, the company says in a filing today to the Financial Services Agency of Japan and the SEC. 168 more words


SPE Hacking Causes Sony to Delay Financial Results

TOKYO — Sony said Friday that it will postpone part of its third quarter results report from the originally scheduled Feb. 4.

The reason cited was the November cyberattack on Sony Pictures Entertainment that the company described in a statement as causing “large-scale network and IT system damage.” 132 more words


Cyber warfare: Capitol staffers aren’t ready

Congressional staffers are the gateway to all lawmaking on the Hill, but they also may be unwittingly opening the door to hackers.

The Hill’s networks are under constant attack. 119 more words


'The Interview' Will Stream Free on Sony's Crackle

Add another digital outlet that’s signed on for “The Interview,” this one within the Sony Pictures Entertainment family: The studio’s Crackle unit announced that it will be the first ad-supported video service to stream the comedy. 328 more words


Netflix to Stream 'The Interview' Starting Jan. 24

Netflix will offer Sony Pictures Entertainment’s controversial comedy “The Interview” to U.S. and Canadian streaming members beginning Saturday, Jan. 24, the company announced Tuesday.

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Sony’s The Interview Earned More Than $40 Million in On-Demand

Less than a month after its Christmas Eve release, Sony’s controversial comedy The Interview has topped $40 million in online and on-demand sales.

The film, which drew the ire of North Korea and became the subject of threats from terrorist hackers, was rented or purchased by at-home viewers more than 5.8 million times between Dec. 371 more words