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Five Years Later, Who Really Hacked Sony?

It’s been five years since a massive cyberattack crippled Sony, embarrassed executives and dramatically reshaped Hollywood. For many that lived it, the official FBI narrative — that the breach was a North Korean plot to sabotage Seth Rogen’s 'The Interview' — still has a few too many holes in its plot.

‘Awards Chatter’ Podcast — Jennifer Lawrence (‘Mother!’)

One of the biggest stars in Hollywood opens up about the evolution of her career and feelings about celebrity, the phone hack that left her feeling "gang-banged by the f—ing planet" and her work with Darren Aronofsky on the most grueling and controversial movie of her career ("I kind of made it and broke it").

Aaron Sorkin, John Fithian Outspoken at Media Law Conference

Sorkin blasts the media, Fithian slaps Netflix, and nobody likes Kim Jong-un.

5 Key Terms to Know in Sony Hack Settlement

A proposed deal above $5.5 million could settle the class-action lawsuit brought by former Sony employees. Here is what it would mean for all parties involved.

Sony’s Settlement With Employees Over Hacked Data Worth More Than $5.5 Million

A big portion of cash payments will go to plaintiff lawyers.

Sony’s Michael Lynton: Amy Pascal Exit “Didn’t Have Anything to Do With Emails”

"Any connection between the two is invalid," said Lynton of Pascal's leave from Sony during an open discussion that took place at Harvard University on Thursday. "It was as much about the performance of the film unit as [anything else]."

Aaron Sorkin on Sony Hack: U.S. Media “Aided and Abetted Terrorism”

The screenwriter says that he was "very disappointed" that other studios did not stand shoulder-to-shoulder with Sony.

A Tale of Two Hacks: How Ashley Madison’s Legal Woes Differ From Sony’s

The infidelity website faces lawsuits from plaintiffs who want to remain anonymous and claim the company's account deletion service was a scam.

Karma? Sony-Hack Book Proposals Leaked Around Hollywood

The Wall Street Journal's Ben Fritz and Variety's Peter Bart promise new revelations about Amy Pascal's compensation, the friction with 'Interview' stars Seth Rogen and James Franco, and a larger indictment of the artistic bankruptcy of Hollywood moviemaking.

Cyber Security Experts Question Whether North Korea Acted Alone in Sony Hack

A Steed Symposium panel on cyber security raised questions about other possible players while advising that companies must be prepared for such attacks.

Sony Hack Movie in the Works from Oscar-Nominated Team (Exclusive)

Jehane Noujaim and Karim Amer have begun working on a documentary that explores the culprit behind the cyberattack that captivated Hollywood.

Charlize Theron Talks Gender Pay Gap in Hollywood: “This is a Good Time for us to Bring This to a Place of Fairness”

The 'Mad Max: Fury Road' star tells Elle U.K. how she negotiated equal pay for her role in the 'Snow White and the Huntsman' sequel and her reaction to the Sony hack revelations about alleged 'American Hustle' pay disparities.