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Sony announced that it has reached agreements with cable, satellite, and telecom providers to distribute "The Interview" on (VOD).
Does Gordon Gekko think 2015 will be a good year for greed? Some of the greatest Wall Street movie villains of all time offer up their predictions.
Hollywood movie “Exodus: Gods and Kings” was banned this week in the UAE and Qatar, as the religious epic proves controversial in the Middle East.
In a hilarious "Breaking Bad" spoof, the original cast of "Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman" reunites for "Dr. Quinn, Morphine Woman."
This year China took a big bite out of Hollywood. Here's what to expect in 2015, from upstart studios to new global pacts.
A Wheel of Fortune contestant correctly guessed a puzzle after only seeing a single letter, reports the Today show.
Comic books and other pieces of nerd culture have entered the mainstream in 2014. Here's why comics are now cool.
Quartz contributor Jason Lynch, and Gitesh Pandya, BoxOfficeGuru.com, discuss if the VOD success of "The Interview" will alter the release strategy of big Hollywood studios.
One third of respondents said Bieber was their least desired celebrity neighbor, but more said they don't want any celebrity neighbor.
The "Squawk Box" news team discusses Zillow's annual list of the best and worst celebrity neighbors.
Sony said "The Interview" has earned more than $15 million in online sales and another $2.8 million in theaters, thanks to the hacking publicity.
DSTRUX is ripping a page from old spy shows by allowing users to destroy sent emails. But is the technology necessary?
CNBC's Jane Wells reveals her pop culture playbook for 2015.
Sony grossed over $1 million at theaters yesterday for "The Interview." Barbara Twist, Art House Convergence discusses her petition to show the movie.
Audiences seem to be falling out of love with traditional fairy tales and their happy endings.
The "Squawk Box" crew look back on the highlights of the year.
Many midnight showings of "The Interview" sold out in independent movie theaters, in a show of support for freedom of speech.
Sony will release its controversial film "The Interview" online Wednesday, with $5.99 rentals available from a variety of sites.
Sony's "The Interview" will be screened in some theaters across the country starting Christmas Day.
Samsung and Sony agreed to provide the latter's PlayStation Now system on some Samsung Smart TVs in 2015.