Hacked Sony mails reveal Margot Robbie frontrunner for real-life Barbie role
Hacked Sony mails reveal Margot Robbie frontrunner for real-life Barbie role

The leaked emails of Sony Pictures have revealed that Margot Robbie could play the real-life version of Barbie in a film based around the Mattel toy.

Sony picks up of Stephen King's 'Dark Tower' for adaptation
Sony picks up of Stephen King's 'Dark Tower' for adaptation

The feature film adaptation of Stephen King's "Dark Tower" is in the making with Sony.

Sony to adapt play 'Beautiful: The Carole King Musical'
Sony to adapt play 'Beautiful: The Carole King Musical'

 Sony Pictures will adapt Broadway musical, "Beautiful: The Carole King Musical" for the big screen.

Sony to develop 'Romeo and Juliet' reimagining titled 'Verona'
Sony to develop 'Romeo and Juliet' reimagining titled 'Verona'

 Sony Pictures is in talks to develop a reinterpretation of William Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet", titled "Verona".

Sony virtual reality head gear set for 2016 release
Sony virtual reality head gear set for 2016 release

Sony was at a major game developers` gathering Wednesday showing off a prototype of "Morpheus" virtual reality head gear set for release next year.

Amy Pascal to step down from Sony's top post
Amy Pascal to step down from Sony's top post

Amy Pascal is stepping down as co-chairman of Sony Pictures Entertainment following the hacking crisis at the studio that saw the leak of several private emails.

New sponsors ready to replace old, says beleaguered FIFA
New sponsors ready to replace old, says beleaguered FIFA

FIFA have rejected suggestions that major sponsors were cutting their ties with the organisation because it was a "toxic brand", saying on Friday that they were in advanced negotiations with new sponsors eager to replace the old.

FIFA loses three major sponsors: Report
FIFA loses three major sponsors: Report

Three of world governing body FIFA`s major sponsors have ended their relationships with the organisation, British newspaper the Daily Telegraph reported on Friday.

North Korea offers direct talks with US

North Korea on Tuesday offered to hold direct talks with the United States on its proposal to suspend nuclear tests, and suggested dialogue could pave the way to changes on the Korean peninsula.

FBI director confident North Korea was behind cyberattack

There is strong evidence that North Korea was behind the cyberattack on Sony and that the leadership there will orchestrate further strikes against American targets, top US officials said on Wednesday.

Sony chief thanks supporters after `vicious` cyber attack

 Sony chief Kazuo Hirai called the devastating hack on the company "vicious and malicious," in his first public comments about the attack that derailed the launch of controversial comedy "The Interview."

Sony's 'Interview' lands on pay TV and in 580 theaters
Sony's 'Interview' lands on pay TV and in 580 theaters

Sony Pictures Entertainment added more viewing options for its provocative comedy ‘The Interview,’ making the film available through U.S. pay television operators and nearly doubling the number of independent theaters that will show the movie.

Sony exec confirms Playstation plagued by cyberattack

 A Sony executive has confirmed that PlayStation has been plagued by a cyberattack that has been resulting in the network woes since Christmas Day.

North Korean Internet, 3G mobile network "paralyzed"

North Korea`s Internet and 3G mobile networks were paralyzed again on Saturday evening, China`s official Xinhua news agency reported on Saturday, with the North Korean government blaming the United States for systemic instability in the country`s networks.

Sony`s PlayStation offline, Micosoft`s Xbox restored in `hack`
Sony`s PlayStation offline, Micosoft`s Xbox restored in `hack`

 Microsoft`s online network for its Xbox gaming console was restored to nearly full service Friday after an alleged coordinated Christmas Day hack brought it and Sony`s PlayStation network down.

Sony's 'The Interview' draws US moviegoers who trumpet free speech
Sony's 'The Interview' draws US moviegoers who trumpet free speech

"The Interview," the Sony Pictures film about a fictional plot to assassinate North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, opened in more than 300 movie theaters across the United States on Christmas Day, drawing many sell-out audiences and statements by patrons that they were championing freedom of expression.

Sony streams North Korea comedy online

Entertainment giant Sony on Wednesday streamed "The Interview", the movie that has outraged North Korea for lampooning dictator Kim Jong-Un, giving an early online Christmas present to US viewers.

Google and Microsoft stand with Sony against hackers
Google and Microsoft stand with Sony against hackers

Google and Microsoft joined forces with Sony on Wednesday, using their online might to release "The Interview" film to online audiences despite threats from hackers.

Sony threatens to sue Twitter over tweets
Sony threatens to sue Twitter over tweets

Still recuperating from the embarrassing disclosure of several emails stolen in a hacking attack by a group called Guardians of Peace, Sony has reportedly threatened to sue Twitter unless it bans accounts that are linked to the leaks.

Obama says US considering putting N Korea back on terror list

In the wake of last month`s cyber attack on Sony, US President Barack Obama has said that the United States is contemplating putting North Korea back on its list of terrorism sponsors.