U.S. officials have concluded that the North Korean government ordered the hacking attack on Sony Pictures Entertainment — a breach that led to the studio cancelling the planned release of "The Interview" — and a U.S. official told NBC News that the country "can't let this go unanswered."
The officials told NBC News the hacking attack originated outside North Korea, but they believe the individuals behind it were acting on orders from the North Koreans. Referenced Article
Kevin Hart is speaking out in response to leaked Sony emails in which one exec called him a “whore.” “Knowing your self worth is extremely important, people,” the movie star wrote Thursday on Instagram.
“I worked very hard to get where I am today. I look at myself as a brand and because of that I will never allow myself to be taking advantage of. - Referenced Article
Hackers calling themselves Guardians of the Peace (GOP) have leaked a large number of confidential files from entertainment giant Sony, in a cyber attack that began on November 24.
While the identity of the hackers remains unclear, the information in question has been circulated far and wide: the latest leak contained the secret names used by stars hoping to remain incognito. - Referenced Article
A Riverside County woman filed a lawsuit Tuesday against beleaguered comedian Bill Cosby, alleging he sexually assaulted her at the Playboy Mansion in 1974, when she was 15 years old. In the lawsuit, filed in Los Angeles County Superior Court, Judy Huth said she and a 16-year-old friend met the comedian that year at a San Marino park.
The alleged assault occurred later, after Huth said Cosby gave her alcohol to drink and led her to the mansion. - Referenced Article
Chris Rock is the first to admit that it’s been “a weird year for comedy.” Between the deaths of comedy legends Joan Rivers and Robin Williams, and now with the rape allegations surrounding his idol Bill Cosby, Chris admits in an interview with New York Magazine on Dec. 1 that he feels like a big part of Bill has been lost too.
Chris, 49, is pretty speechless about Bill’s rape allegations scandal, even though the 77-year-old comedian has denied any truth to them. Referenced Article
As the heat turns up on comedian Bill Cosby–with more accusations of predatory behavior surfacing–it’s fascinating to watch the woman most inextricably linked with Cosby in the public mind speak about him. - Referenced Article
Former CNN host Piers Morgan offered his opinion on the use of the N-word, and John Legend was not here for it.
In a column for Daily Mail titled, “If black Americans want the N-word to die, they will have to kill it themselves,” Morgan called for the expunging of the term by Black people as the solution to other race’s use of the word. - Referenced Article
ya'll better thank @piersmorgan for providing that simple, straightforward solution to racism. So brilliant. why didn't we think of this???