The officers were shot while sitting in their patrol car in Bedford-Stuyvesant, and the suspect was found dead with a gunshot wound, an official said.
The Facebook and Twitter pages for Sony Pictures Entertainment’s “The Interview” — the satirical film at the center of North Korea’s alleged cyber-attack on the studio — were not accessible as of Saturday morning. Via email, a Sony rep said that after the studio concluded it was not moving forward with the Christmas Day release... Read more »
Warning of “serious consequences” if the United States retaliates against it, North Korea on Saturday proposed a joint investigation with Washington to prove that it was not behind the cyberattack on Sony pictures.
Chairman Reince Priebus says he will send a note to "millions of donors and supporters urging them to buy a ticket"
Michael Lynton, Chairman and CEO Sony Entertainment, Inc. Amy Pascal, Co-Chair Sony Pictures Entertainment Motion Picture Group Dear Mr. Lynton and Ms. Pascal Your Art House motion picture colleagues wish to support you and your company at this difficult time. We empathize with the ruthless attack your company suffered and we want to help in our small but powerful way. The enormity of the attack your company has suffered and the difficulty of the decisions you have been forced to make in recent days...show text
Saturday Night Live's cast quickly learned that Kim Jong Un just might be off-limits as a subject for parody. SNL castmember Bobby Moynihan appeared on the Dec. 20 episode's Weekend Update as the North Korean leader, who has been making headlines lately due to the Sony hacking scandal. Read more Mike Myers' Dr.
Thursday marks the end of Serial's first season and many fans are waiting to see how host Sarah Koenig concludes the podcast.
HitFixs Ryan McGee recaps the December 20 episode of Saturday Night Live, with host Amy Adams and musical guest One Direction.
I'd lived a little over a year in NYC when I got mugged in Astoria. NYPD were on the scene quickly, put me at ease and made me feel safe again. Talked my...
North Korea has once again denied that it was behind the cyber attack on Sony Pictures after the FBI announced on Friday that the country was “responsible” for the hack. Instead, they’re offering to launch a joint investigation with the U.S. into the hacking attack, warning of “serious” consequences if the proposal is rejected, The... Read more »
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The internet is a mountain, and if you climb that mountain, waiting for you at the top will be person with whom you need to make peace. I climbed my mountain and a woman named Justine Sacco was there. Read more...
Those in Hollywood who are citing freedom of expression are missing a bigger picture. Yes, freedom of expression is our cornerstone, but if you aren't around to enjoy those freedoms, it is a moot point. Consider this for a moment — the question everyone faced was simple: Was releasing a movie worth the risk of even one life and the potential liability that comes for the entire industry? There is such a thing as being legally liable if you can anticipate risk of injury to…
WNET in New York, public television’s largest market, will remove PBS’s documentary showcases Independent Lens and POV from its main channel starting Jan. 5 and replace them with a repeat of PBS arts programming, according to producers of the series. Staff … Continue reading →
Keeping up with Stephen Colbert as he plays his fake conservative pundit on The Colbert Report is a notoriously difficult thing to do. Some skits, bits and interviews were primed for special drop-ins to go toe to toe, though. Check out some of the best guest spots and zings in our HitFix gallery.
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In addition to announcing the jury, Sundance also revealed that comedian Tig Notaro, the subject of the in-competition documentary "Tig," will the host the fest