Sony and Marvel/Disney are finally bringing Spider-Man and the Avengers back together.
Netflix wants to make Sony’s “The Interview” available to its 53 million worldwide subscribers, the streaming service’s chief content officer said Wednesday.
“The Interview” was never supposed to be a paradigm-shifting film. But unusual doesn’t even begin to describe the series of events that transpired over the past few weeks, culminating in the truly unprecedented move by a major studio to release a film in theaters and on digital platforms simultaneously.
Critics and early viewers agree that “The Interview” is less than a masterpiece. But thanks to threats from hackers that nearly derailed its release, it has become an event.
“The Interview” was put back into theaters Tuesday when Sony Pictures Entertainment announced a limited Christmas Day theatrical release for the comedy that provoked an international incident with North Korea and outrage over its cancelled release.
Hollywood is on high alert as the Sony cyberattack by North Korea continues to reverberate worldwide.
President Barack Obama said Friday that Sony “made a mistake” pulling a satirical film from theaters.
Sony Entertainment, after receiving a terror threat against theaters, has canceled the upcoming Christmas Day movie release of “The Interview.”
Con man Jimmy Sabatino would target some of the best hotels on South Beach.
The Sony Open on Key Biscayne will feature the number one men’s player in the world this year.