The head of the Hollywood studios' chief lobbying arm on Friday called the cyberattack on Sony Pictures "a despicable, criminal act."
Kazuo Hirai was worried. For months, the Tokyo-based chief executive of Sony Corp. had been raising questions about his Hollywood studio's plans to go forward with a film depicting the assassination of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
The Rev. Al Sharpton on Thursday said that "the jury is still out on where we go” with embattled Sony Pictures Entertainment co-Chairman Amy Pascal, who came under pressure after a cyberattack exposed her racially tinged email exchanges with a Hollywood producer.
The undead vampires on FX’s “The Strain” -- and some other eccentric characters from across the FX networks -- will have an afterlife on Hulu.
There are few things Hollywood loves — or relies on — more than a good villain.
Sony Pictures Entertainment's extraordinary decision to scrap the Christmas release of "The Interview" came amid mounting pressure from powerful theater owners and other studios concerned that the film's release could keep moviegoers away from multiplexes during the holidays, one of the most...
Sony Pictures Entertainment has canceled the Christmas Day release of "The Interview" after the nation's major theater chains said they would not screen the film.
Concerned about threats to moviegoers, theater owners are starting to pull "The Interview" from their holiday lineups amid a relentless cyberattack that has wreaked havoc on Sony Pictures Entertainment.
Theater owners are considering canceling plans to put “The Interview” on their screens in the wake of new threats by the hacking group that has unleashed a relentless cyber attack on Sony Pictures Entertainment.
The hacking group behind the Sony cyber security attack has made its first physical threat.
The first legal salvo has been leveled against Sony Pictures Entertainment since the massive computer breach that exposed the personal information of thousands of current and former employees.
Weeks after hackers waged a devastating cyberassault on Sony Pictures Entertainment, major Hollywood studios have broken their silence on the worst hack attack in the industry's history.
The top executives from Sony Pictures Entertainment, still reeling from a cyberattack that crippled the studio three weeks ago, assured employees Monday that the company would survive.
Riding an Amtrak train from Washington, D.C., to New York last week, Brian Williams gets the greetings and nods of recognition from passengers expected for someone who has spent 10 years in the anchor chair at "NBC Nightly News."
Stunned by a massive leak of sensitive documents, Sony Pictures Enterprises embarked Sunday on an attempt to contain the crisis by discouraging further media coverage of the leaked emails, which have embarrassed Hollywood stars and the studio's top executives.
The internal emails leaked in a massive computer hack at Sony Pictures have captivated an entertainment industry that's all ears for scandalous revelations. Beyond the dirty laundry, however, the release of inside information is expected to force significant changes in the way freewheeling...
When Gov. Jerry Brown signed a new film tax credit bill in September, many in Hollywood were ecstatic.
The biblical epic "Exodus: Gods and Kings," starring Christian Bale as Moses, debuted with a solid $1.2 million in ticket sales from Thursday night showings.
Kevin Hart said he is "able to brush ignorance off" his shoulder and "move foward" in the wake of leaked Sony emails that called him a "whore."
Sony Pictures Entertainment co-Chairman Amy Pascal, one of the most powerful executives in Hollywood, has come under intensifying pressure after the release of confidential emails in which she made racially insensitive remarks about President Obama.
Leslie Moonves, chief executive of CBS Corp., plans to stay in the job at least through June 2019.
DreamWorks Animation has sold a 25% stake in its popular YouTube teen network AwesomenessTV to Hearst Corp.
Sony Pictures Entertainment is going through with its red carpet rollout for the Seth Rogen-James Franco comedy “The Interview” on Thursday evening in Los Angeles -- but unlike other Hollywood premieres, no press interviews will be allowed. The studio has also declined to...
Sony Pictures Co-Chairman Amy Pascal has apologized for remarks made in emails to producer Scott Rudin that contained racially charged comments about President Obama.
The Victoria's Secret angels helped CBS fly in TV ratings on Tuesday night.
The broadcast airwaves, which give TV networks the ability to reach nearly every American television household without a wire, have long been considered the most powerful and lucrative asset for media companies.
Months before a devastating computer attack on Sony Pictures Entertainment, studio executives debated the risk of releasing the upcoming comedy "The Interview" amid threats from North Korea that the movie was tantamount to an act of war.
Making a big play to expand its worldwide television business, DreamWorks Animation SKG Inc. plans to launch a kids and family television channel in Asia.
"The Voice" helped NBC sing its way to the top of TV ratings Monday night.
While 21st Century Fox Inc.'s co-chief operating officer, James Murdoch, is enthusiastic about the dynamic future of television, he’s not ready to give up on the established profit machines in the business.