North Korea hates The Interview, and the regime reportedly recently executed 10 party officials for watching South Korean soap operas, so what do they watch in their down time?
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Forget The Interview and get excited for several epic movies opening in 2015. If the trailers are any indication of the types of films you can expect to see gracing the big screen, it’s all about sequels in the new year.
LOS ANGELES — Sony is hellbent on releasing The Interview as soon as it's able, but reports that the battered studio is debuting the movie on its free online streaming service Crackle are false, Mashable has learned.
Longtime partners Elton John and David Furnish have officially tied the knot. The couple, who formerly had a civil partnership in 2005, shared photos of their Sunday nuptials on social media, using the hashtag #ShareTheLove.
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Sony Pictures Entertainment's not-so-secret weapon against North Korea and bad press? Olivia Pope. Well, sort of.
Traces of The Interview are disappearing quickly. The film's Facebook page and official tweets have quietly been deleted as of Saturday morning, days after Sony was pressured to cancel its theatrical release following violent threats from an anonymous group of hackers that the FBI now believes to be connected to North Korea See also: Sony ends 'The Interview' and hands hackers a terrifying new script The Interview's Facebook page (see a cached version, below) had nearly 400,000 followers prior to being deleted.
In the late 1930s, silent comedy legend Charlie Chaplin spent $1.5 million of his own money making his first talkie, and his first outright political satire, 1940's The Great Dictator.
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LOS ANGELES — Will you ever get to see The Interview? There's a Rube Goldberg machine of factors between now and the day you get to watch Seth Rogen and James Franco go on a mission to North Korea, bent on assassinating Kim Jong-un — the very guy who, according to the U.S.
It's not looking good for The Interview. The film, which saw its release canceled in the wake of the epic Sony Pictures hack and subsequent terror threats from the hackers, may not appear on the screen of any theater for a very long time.
North Korea on Friday denied the FBI's accusation that it was behind a devastating hacking attack on Sony but it said the now-shelved film "The Interview" mocked the impoverished but nuclear-armed country.
LOS ANGELES — Sony Entertainment CEO Michael Lynton told CNN on Friday that the studio did not "cave" under pressure from hackers to pull The Interview from theaters, disputing President Obama's version of events.