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Amy Pascal’s Sony Tenure: Her 5 Best and 5 Worst Films

Adam Sandler in a female wig — what could go wrong?

Activist Investor Daniel Loeb Sells Sony Stake

He had been a harsh critic of the electronics and entertainment conglomerate

Channing Tatum’s GQ Profile: His 5 Wildest Revelations

The actor talks the shocking bet he made with Jonah Hill about the "21 Jump Street" box office, calls himself a high-functioning alcoholic and reveals his one career regret.

Sony Interactive Group Shuts Down as Layoffs Begin

UPDATED: Sony Pictures Entertainment is laying off 216 people in California this week in its effort to save $100 million annually.

Sony Home Entertainment Exec Steps Down Amid Pending Layoffs

Matt Brown, executive vp worldwide commercial at Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, is leaving the company as it restructures.

Sony Entertainment Hires Bain & Co. to Cut $100 Million in Annual Costs

UPDATED: CEO Michael Lynton is planning to announce the hire, which could lead to layoffs, at Thursday's investor meeting.

‘Monsters University’ Remains at No. 1 on Home Video Sales Chart

Two new Sony Pictures releases, "Grown Ups 2" and "White House Down," posed a strong challenge.

Box Office Shocker: ‘Now You See Me’ Crosses $100 Million Overseas

Summit's $75 million magician heist pic has earned roughly $235 million worldwide, more than big-budget tentpoles "The Lone Ranger" and "White House Down."

China Box Office: ‘Fast & Furious 6’ Topples ‘White House Down’ to Lead Rankings

The latest installment of the Vin Diesel-led franchise surged past the Channing Tatum/Jamie Foxx thriller to the become top earner in Chinese cinemas last week.

5 Ways to Fix the Summer Movie Box-Office Crisis

Fewer animated pics? More for women? "R.I.P.D." adds to the body count as studios begin to question the megabudget strategy; says one analyst, "They may pull back a bit."

China Box Office: ‘After Earth’ Retains Pole Position –- But Not for Long

The Will and Jaden Smith feature enjoyed a healthy second week in Chinese cinemas, but is expected to fade out with the Monday opening of "White House Down."

Too Many Tentpoles: Hollywood’s Homegrown Summer Movie Crisis

"Pacific Rim," "The Lone Ranger" and "White House Down" flops are leading studios to re-evaluate their plans as an overcrowded summer schedule leads to millions in losses; one analyst tells THR, "It's not worth the pain."