An announcement could come as soon as Thursday, so be ready for more updates as more is revealed.
It looks like Sony will not be putting out The Interview at all.
In a statement, the studio said:
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Every year The Guardian compiles a list of the 100 most powerful people in the U.K. media.
Topping the list are obvious choices like Google's Larry Page, Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg, and Apple's Tim Cook.
But hitting number 10, far and away the highest spot for a woman this year, is our girl Taylor Swift!
Gurl has proved her influence over the music industry with her fight against Spotify "bringing the issue of artist remuneration into the spotlight."
Whether you agree with her or not, you can't deny Swifty's power!
But who else made the list?
We were shocked to find out Stephen Collins was under investigation for child molestation.
The 7th Heaven star was one of the most wholesome fathers in television history- on and off the screen.
In fact, back in 2000, when a teenage Jessica Biel posed for some very racy photos in Gear magazine, the onscreen pastor gave his costar a verbal timeout.
In an interview at the time he decried her decision to take the controversial photos (above), saying:
Most definitely, says computer security expert Gregory D. Evans.
The hackers — who leaked yet another set of celebrity nude photos over the weekend — aren't geniuses, Evans says. He believes they broke into the A-listers accounts the old-fashion way — cracking their passwords by using security question answers that are easily found on Wikipedia pages, such as "What city were you born in?"
Evans offers Perez users — whether they're celebrities or just fans — these tips to stay safe online:
Print media may be on its way out, but People magazine had three very special issues in the last few weeks that brought readers back.
On an average week, People sells about 822,000 issues.
The tribute issue to Robin Williams did even better, selling about 1.2 million copies.
We figure beating Brangelina is just about as Hollywood as you can get. And it's just what Joan would have wanted.
[Image via People Magazine.]