Can You Spot Steve Jobs in This Photo from the New Steve Jobs Movie?

Jay Hathaway · 02/02/15 01:50PM

This is the first photo from the set of Aaron Sorkin's Steve Jobs biopic, which finally started filming in January after being bounced from Sony to Universal—the reasons are complicated, but one of them involved a disagreement over which big-name actor should play the Apple founder. As you can see, the answer still hasn't been revealed.

How The Interview Performed Against Sony's Leaked Internal Projections

Jordan Sargent · 12/29/14 03:27PM

The ongoing saga of North-Korea comedy The Interview—cancelled, un-cancelled, and finally released onlineseemed to enter its final stages yesterday, when Sony announced that the film had grossed $15 million from online sales and rentals, to go along with $2.85 in box office revenue. This is being hailed as a success that might save film division head Amy Pascal's job. But in looking at Sony's own internal projections for the film, it's hard to reach that same conclusion.

Leaked Emails: Sony Execs Scared of "Desperately Unfunny" Interview

Sam Biddle · 12/15/14 11:07AM

The prevailing (though likely wrong) theory behind Sony's recent hack-disaster is North Korean revenge, a national strike against the studio for its movie depiction of Kim Jong Un's assassination. And according to leaked emails obtained by Gawker, Sony executives were worried about the flick even before they got hacked.

Breakdowns: Seth Rogen Is Naked On James Franco's Bike In Bound 3

Beejoli Shah · 11/25/13 01:33PM

James Franco and Seth Rogen have far more sexual chemistry on a motorcycle than Kim Kardashian and Kanye West will ever have; Family Guy mourned a loss last night; The Beastie Boys are going to fight for their right to not have their music used in commercials; and the sad Brittany Murphy saga carries on, as her mother releases an open letter today.

Breakdowns: Zac Efron Proves Off-Campus Housing Is A Nightmare

Beejoli Shah · 09/03/13 12:16PM

Seth Rogen and Rose Byrne have crappy neighbors; you can now go back to watching The Big Bang Theory but pretend you're only excited for football; and thank God, because the Labor Day box office was so crappy, One Direction almost took the top spot.