Computer programmer Park Jin Hyok and co-conspirators operated from North Korea, China, and elsewhere to hack Sony and world banks.
From Seth Rogen's The Interview to the classic Dr. Strangelove, you'll want to be ready when the big one hits and these movies will prepare you.
Seth Rogen does not fondly remember the time he almost started a War with The Interview.
The Freedom Edition Blu-ray and DVD of The Interview will feature 90 minutes of new content including deleted scenes and featurettes.
Sony's The Interview has earned $31 million from online sales and rentals, with another $5 million from its limited theatrical release.
The Interview and Kirk Cameron's Saving Christmas land on the Razzies short list for Worst Picture and several other categories.
The Interview will expand from 331 theaters to 580 theaters on January 2, while being added to pay TV providers, Vudu and Playstation.
A new, age-restricted trailer for The Interview celebrates Google Play and YouTube's top-selling movie of 2014.
The North Korean government is going to great lengths to keep The Interview out of the country.
After initially pulling The Interview from theaters, the Sony Pictures comedy has earned $15 million from online sales and rentals.
Directors Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg will be joined by star James Franco this Sunday, December 28, to live tweet The Interview.
Sony Pictures has teamed with YouTube, Google Play and XBox Video to stream The Interview starting today, December 24 at 10 AM PST.
Sony has released three new The Interview TV spots as the film prepares for its Christmas Day release in over 300 independent theaters.
Theaters are frantically trying to meet Sony's 6 PM PST deadline to book The Interview on Christmas Day, with several theaters confirmed.
Sony now plans to release The Interview in select theaters across the country, along with VOD platforms on Christmas Day.
Art House Convergence has released a petition asking Sony to let them screen The Interview, while North Korea's Internet system goes dark.
Dr. Evil interrupts the Saturday Night Live cold open to discuss North Korea, the Sony hack and The Interview.