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As Huayi Brothers Eyes STX, Questions Surround the Proposed Marriage

Details about the partnership between China's leading TV and film company and Bob Simonds' new Hollywood studio will be revealed during a shareholder meeting on April Fool's Day.

Sony Film Unit Posts a Provisional Profit Despite Hack

Last year's cyberattack is forecast to cost Sony Pictures Entertainment $15 million in damage repair and recovery.

Oscars: Secrets Behind the Sounds on 4 Contenders

Rain-tossed arks, falling trees and James Brown, live at the Apollo: Experts behind the noises reveal how they did it

‘Interstellar,’ ‘Boyhood’ Producers on Getting Fired, Toughest Decisions and How to Give Rupert Murdoch Bad News

In THR's annual roundtable, six top awards season filmmakers — Peter Chernin, Eric Fellner, John Lesher, Marc Platt, Cathleen Sutherland and Emma Thomas — open up about why Hollywood's marketing…

China Box Office: ‘Fleet of Time’ Stays on Top as Local Movies Dominate

John Woo's epic 'The Crossing' continues to rack up admissions

Japan Box Office: ‘Hobbit’ Wins the Weekend

'Gone Girl' opens in seventh with $1.3 million on a busy box-office weekend

Golden Globe Nominations: From ‘Budapest’ to ‘Selma,’ Which Films Got an Oscar Boost?

THR's awards analyst explains why movies such as 'American Sniper' and 'Unbroken,' which were shut out Thursday, will still be in Oscar contention on Friday

Sony Hack: ‘The Interview,’ ‘Annie’ Caught in Crossfire

The 'Interview' premiere will go on as the studio defies hacker threats and 'Annie' hopes to overcome piracy

French Court Orders Internet Providers to Block Access to The Pirate Bay

A French anti-piracy group, backed by the music majors, pushed for the file-sharing site to be banned online

Sony Hack: Studio Security Points to Inside Job

North Korea might hate a new movie, but studio sources lean toward an ex-employee scenario as movies leak and multimillion-dollar salaries go public

China Box Office: ‘Interstellar’ Soars Past $100 Million as Local Movie ‘Women Who Flirt’ Opens Strongly

'Fury' does well despite leak of online screeners resulting from the cyberattack on Sony Pictures Entertainment

Sony Hack: FBI Confirms Investigation

"The FBI will continue to identify, pursue and defeat individuals and groups who pose a threat in cyberspace," the agency said in an email to "The Hollywood Reporter"