Sony Pictures announced it is “extremely grateful” for filmgoers who watched the controversial comedy on the first day of its “unconventional release.”
In the latest twist, reports confirm limited theatrical and VOD release this week for the Seth Rogen/James Franco comedy.
Austin Powers’ arch-nemesis had choice words for Sony Pictures and North Korea during the cold open of Saturday Night Live.
In a new message to the studio, characterized as a “victory lap,” the hackers suggest they’ll stop the leaks, but first they want the studio to remove “everything related” to the comedy from the Internet.
Although Sony still plans to release the Seth Rogen/James Franco comedy, both the New York premiere and press tour have been canceled. UPDATED!
Sony Pictures has unleashed the first posters for the upcoming comedy, featuring attacks on world cities by characters from classic arcade games.
Leaked emails from the Sony hack reveal the Amazing Spider-Man producer has been in talks with Nintendo for an animated adaptation of the blockbuster game franchise.
Directed by first-timer Chris Alender, the untitled project will reportedly have a Cloverfield-esque feel.
Director Robert Zemeckis’ upcoming film recounts the story of French high-wire artist Philippe Petit’s unauthorized 1974 walk between the Twin Towers.