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  1. Michigan Theater Offering Free Tickets to 'The Interview'

    1:50 pm 12/29/2014

    Moviegoers will be urged to make a donation to a charity supporting military veteransRead more

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  2. Box Office Preview: 'Hobbit,' 'Into the Woods,' 'Unbroken' Set to Ride High Into New Year

    10:18 pm 12/27/2014

    Relativity's horror sequel 'The Woman in Black 2' is this weekend's only new wide releaseRead more

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  3. Japan 2014 in Review: Big Year for Disney, Tough Year for Sony

    8:00 am 12/27/2014

    'Frozen' and 'Maleficent' boosted Disney at the box office, 'Godzilla' came home, but Studio Ghibli's future remains unclearRead more

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  4. Canadians Can Now Stream Sony's 'The Interview'

    8:32 pm 12/26/2014

    The Seth Rogen-starring comedy is available north of the border via the studio's dedicated Kernel websiteRead more

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  5. Watch Seth Rogen Cheer On First 'Interview' Audience: "Thank You So F—ing Much"

    9:44 am 12/25/2014

    The star appeared at a 12:35 a.m. screening in Los Angeles with partner Evan GoldbergRead more

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  6. 'The Interview' Tickets Selling Fast

    1:57 pm 12/23/2014

    Some moviegoers plan to see the movie to make a political statementRead more

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  7. Seth Rogen, James Franco Celebrate 'The Interview' Release

    11:42 am 12/23/2014

    Hollywood weighs in on Sony's slight reversalRead more

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  8. Sony Hack: Will Shareholders Sue?

    11:09 am 12/23/2014

    Maybe, but navigating the jungles of double derivative actions and the business judgment rule will be tough — and not just in the U.S.Read more

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  9. Sony Hack: Studios Deny Receiving George Clooney Petition (Exclusive)

    2:04 pm 12/22/2014

    The actor says that he and his agent circulated a letter of support for the studio, but no one would sign itRead more

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  10. Sony Hack: North Korea Internet Service Restored After Outage (Report)

    11:11 am 12/22/2014

    Experts said the disruption could be due to anything from a cyber attack to a power failureRead more

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