Leaked Sony Movie Scripts

More than 50 scripts from Sony movies have been leaked by hackers

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More than 50 scripts from Sony movies have been leaked by hackers

As most of us assumed would be the case, things are going to get much worse for Sony before they finally start getting better. North Korea is now believed to be responsible for the major hack suffered recently by Sony, and it is thought to be a direct result of Sony Pictures’ now-cancelled movie “The Interview,” starring Seth Rogen and James Franco.

New data continues to pour out following the hack, and it is now being reported that more than 50 Sony movie scripts have been leaked. More →

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Sony Hack: North Korea

U.S. believes North Korea is responsible for Sony hack after all

By on December 18, 2014 at 6:50 AM.

U.S. believes North Korea is responsible for Sony hack after all

Sony Pictures was in late November the target of a massive cyber attack, which not only exposed a significant amount of internal data, but also forced the company to pull the controversial The Interview comedy from theaters, after receiving further threats from the hackers responsible. Even though North Korea, which was initially believed to be behind the hack because of its resent for this particular movie, denied involvement more than once, The Associated Press reports that investigators have apparently found evidence that the communist nation is to blame. More →

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PS4 Sales Black Friday

Sony has sold more than 16 million PS4 consoles

By on December 17, 2014 at 9:15 PM.

Sony has sold more than 16 million PS4 consoles

Microsoft stole the spotlight earlier this month after announcing that the Xbox One had finally topped the PlayStation 4 for the month of November in the U.S and the U.K., but based on the latest data from VGChartz, Sony wasn’t far behind.

VGChartz reports that Sony sold 1,193,346 PlayStation 4 consoles during the week of Black Friday alone, bringing total lifetime sales to over 16 million. More →

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PS4 PS3 PS Vita Holiday Sale

Over 30 games on sale for PS4, PS3 and PS Vita this week – up to 70% off!

By on December 17, 2014 at 11:55 AM.

Over 30 games on sale for PS4, PS3 and PS Vita this week – up to 70% off!

The third week of the Holiday Sale on the PlayStation Store has arrived, and it’s the best selection of cheap games yet. This week, some of the PS4, PS3 and PS Vita games are being discounted up to 60% for regular users and up to 70% for PlayStation Plus subscribers. The discounts aren’t quite as steep as last week’s, but the amount of recent AAA releases should make up for that. More →

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Google Glass Alternatives Sony

Someone at Sony actually thought this was a good idea

By on December 17, 2014 at 9:05 AM.

Someone at Sony actually thought this was a good idea

No, I’m not talking about green lighting The Interview. I’m talking about the fact that not only has Sony decided to build a Google Glass rival but that it’s built a Google Glass rival that looks even more ridiculous than Google’s wearable computer headset. More →

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Sony Hack: The Interview Canceled

Premiere of Sony’s controversial comedy ‘The Interview’ canceled following threats from hackers

By on December 17, 2014 at 6:50 AM.

Premiere of Sony’s controversial comedy ‘The Interview’ canceled following threats from hackers

Sony’s The Interview, a comedy in which reporters are hired by the CIA to assassinate the president of North Korea — and which prompted North Korea to react vehemently against it, making it the first suspect behind the recent Sony Pictures hack — will not be showed in several theaters in the U.S. Reuters reports that the New York premiere of the movie has been canceled, following threats from the hackers that hit Sony in late November. More →

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Sony Hack: 2016 and 2017 Movie Titles

Hack reveals 20 movies Sony will release from now through 2017

By on December 16, 2014 at 7:45 AM.

Hack reveals 20 movies Sony will release from now through 2017

Sony has recently been the target of one of the most important hacks in history, at least considering the amount of data that was stolen in the heist. And now, of course, that data is all slowly being published online. The hackers who hit Sony have already leaked a list of unreleased Sony movies, making them available for download, and several other data dumps containing personal details for Sony employees and various celebrities, email exchanges between top Sony execs, and even plans for the future. More →

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Sony Hack Spectre James Bond Script

Sony hackers may have stolen the newest James Bond script

By on December 15, 2014 at 8:00 AM.

Sony hackers may have stolen the newest James Bond script

Only a few days ago, the name, cast and new car to be featured in the upcoming 2015 James Bond movie were revealed to the world — the movie is supposed to hit theaters on November 9th, 2015 — but the mystery around the Spectre movie might be shed much sooner than that. Reuters says that the hackers who have hit Sony Pictures recently may have also stolen an early version of the Spectre script, which might reveal nearly everything there is to know about the upcoming movie.

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Xbox One vs. PS4 November 2014

Xbox One breaks PS4’s hot streak, wins November with 1.2M units sold

By on December 12, 2014 at 12:25 PM.

Xbox One breaks PS4’s hot streak, wins November with 1.2M units sold

Microsoft’s aggressiveness finally paid off. According to the NPD results for November, the Xbox One outsold the PlayStation 4 in the United States for the first time since January. Microsoft’s console also topped Sony’s in the U.K., another huge achievement for the Xbox One. More →

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FBI on Sony Pictures Hack

FBI: Sony hack so sophisticated it can penetrate 90% of net defenses, challenge government sites

By on December 12, 2014 at 6:50 AM.

FBI: Sony hack so sophisticated it can penetrate 90% of net defenses, challenge government sites

The Sony Pictures hack saga is far from over, as more and more details come to light about the massive data breach the company suffered a few weeks ago. Unknown hackers identifying themselves online as Guardians of Peace (GOP) managed to steal some 100 terabytes of data containing very sensitive information, including digital versions of unreleased Sony movies, and personal details about employees, celebrities, and current and future business plans. More →

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Sony Hack: Leaked Downloads

Sony counterhacks its stolen digital goods to prevent illegal downloads

By on December 11, 2014 at 6:50 AM.

Sony counterhacks its stolen digital goods to prevent illegal downloads

Sony Pictures has been the victim of an elaborate cyber attack, with hackers having been able to steal 100 terabytes of data from the company’s Internet-connected computer network. However, in addition to investigating the data breach, Sony is not afraid to fight back, Re/code has learned, as the company is using certain weapons to try to prevent others from downloading its digital goods. More →

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North Korea Vs. Sony Pictures Seth Rogen

Sony hack reveals Seth Rogen’s hilarious idea for appeasing North Korea

By on December 10, 2014 at 7:45 AM.

Sony hack reveals Seth Rogen’s hilarious idea for appeasing North Korea

While it doesn’t look like North Korea was directly responsible for the massive hack on Sony Pictures’ systems, it does seem that whoever executed the hack did so in retaliation for Sony’s upcoming film The Interview, a comedy that revolves around attempts to assassinate North Korean leader Kim Jong-un. Re/code flags some leaked emails that were unearthed during the hack between Sony Pictures co-chairman Amy Pascal and film star Seth Rogen that show Rogen had a very unusual idea for appeasing the angry communist regime. More →

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Sony vs. North Korea: FBI

FBI says North Korea not behind devastating Sony hack

By on December 10, 2014 at 6:45 AM.

FBI says North Korea not behind devastating Sony hack

Even though many fingers were unofficially pointing to North Korea, as the origin of the massive Sony Pictures hack operation, the country denied at least at couple of times any involvement, but praised the hackers behind the devastating cyber attack. Furthermore, Reuters reports that the FBI has also issued an official comment on the matter, saying that North Korea is not behind the attack, according to information available at this time. The publication also revealed that the hack may end up costing the company as much as $100 million. More →

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