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  1. Why Marvel Doesn't Need Spider-Man to Make 'Captain America: Civil War'

    9:00 am 12/14/2014

    Bringing in the web-slinger from Sony would be an unnecessary distractionRead more

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  2. 'The Interview' Premiere: Seth Rogen Thanks Amy Pascal "For Having The Balls to Make This Movie"

    6:18 pm 12/11/2014

    Rogen ducked reporters as fallout over the Sony cyberattack continuesRead more

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  3. Sony Hack: Legal Department Under Microscope After Latest Leak

    4:02 pm 12/11/2014

    Was the threat of data breaches enough of a priority at the company?Read more

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  4. Throwback Thursday: In 1995, Angelina Jolie Played a 'Hacker'

    1:00 pm 12/11/2014

    As Sony deals with the fallout from being hacked, The Hollywood Reporter looks back at the actress-turned-director's techno-thriller 'Hackers,' which was lauded for being technologically ahead of its timeRead more

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  5. Latest Bond Film Set to Be Most Expensive Yet

    2:37 am 12/11/2014

    Internal memos leaked in Sony hack reveal efforts to cut 'Spectre' budget from "mid $300Ms"Read more

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  6. Source: 'The Interview' Won't Be Released in Asia

    8:48 pm 12/10/2014

    A Sony insider says the decision was made before the hacking attack on its entertainment divisionRead more

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  7. Sony Hack: Amy Pascal and Scott Rudin Joked About Obama's Race in Leaked Emails

    7:56 pm 12/10/2014

    "Should I ask him if he liked DJANGO?” Pascal reportedly wrote in an emailRead more

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  8. Sony Not Allowing Media Interviews at 'The Interview' Premiere

    7:28 pm 12/10/2014

    The studio continues to face fallout from a cyberattackRead more

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  9. Sony Discussed Possibility of '21 Jump Street' and 'Men in Black' Crossover Movie

    9:05 am 12/10/2014

    In a leaked email, Jonah Hill called the idea "clean and rad and powerful"Read more

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  10. National Security Expert: Why North Korea Should Be Held Responsible for Sony Hack (Guest Column)

    6:00 am 12/10/2014

    Writing for The Hollywood Reporter, cyberlaw attorney and former Homeland Security policy official Stewart Baker argues that North Korea — despite its denials — is the likely culprit and calls for action: "If we do nothing, the next attack will be worse"Read more

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