We're still reeling from last night's huge announcement - Sony and Marvel finally struck a deal to get Spider-Man into the Marvel Cinematic Universe. But what's still unclear is which direction Marvel will take him. We have some thoughts.Read More
And they didn't even say which Spider-Man. EVERYBODY JUST BREATHE IT'S GOING TO BE OKAYRead More
But does it come with the Awesome Mix?
This isn't the first time Sony's Walkman has come back to the future. In fact, the brand has been around pretty steadily on various Sony music players for years. The new Walkman ZX2, however, is no blast from the past; it's the Walkman of the fuuuutuuuuuure. But can it survive twenty years in space? That's what I want to know.Read More
And your subsequent holiday outrage.
Sony's PlayStation Network—along with Microsoft's Xbox Live—was hit with outages and spotty service on Christmas, and for a few days after, due to DDoS attacks from a group called the Lizard Squad. Your holidays may have been ruined by a console with crippled capabilities, but Sony's got some belated gifts to make it up to you. Unfortunately, those gifts do not include five extra days of vacation to make use of them.Read More
Meanwhile, my Nintendo 64 works just fine. Just saying.
Christmas is canceled. Well, if you got an Xbox or PlayStation console, it might feel that way. Both systems' online gaming networks are still experiencing trouble today after they were downed yesterday by "hackers."Read More
Sony Will Release The Interview After All, Demands That Twitter Suspend Users Proliferating Leaked Emails
One step forward, two steps back.
Good news for people who've been following the recent Sony hack scandal closely—turns out that they've caved on their own caving and will offer their (admittedly probably very stupid) film The Interview for moviegoers via a "limited theatrical release." The bad news for those same people is that if Sony has their way, all of your Twitter accounts are probably forfeit.Read More
The Muppets are judging you, the Today Show.
And here's why she's totally within her rights to refuse to talk about it and The Today Show were being jerks.Read More
And for free.
After President Obama publicly declared Sony's decision to pull The Interview "a mistake," Sony lawyer David Boies clarified on Meet the Press this weekend that Sony is indeed planning to move forward with releasing the movie to the public.Read More
George R.R. Martin Posts Incredible LiveJournal Rant, Invites You To Come Watch The Interview In His Private Theater
Dude, shouldn't you be writing?
George R.R. Martin is truly peeved at Sony's decision not to release The interview following terrorist threats from hackers--so peeved, in fact, that he took to his LiveJournal to let off a little steam.Read More
[UPDATED] Reddit Bans Sony Hack File Sharing While Threats of Violence at The Interview Screenings Loom
The transition from bizarre to frightening has been swift.
The Sony Pictures hack has brought out emails, full movies, and personal information of Sony employees, and things still appear to be escalating. Most recently, threats were made involving violence at screenings of The Interview which resulted in the New York premiere's cancellation. Now, Reddit moderators have finally started cracking down on those sharing files obtained through the Sony hack.Read More