When it comes to giant screen cinema IMAX is still the most dominant player, but with theater owners building their own premium large format auditoriums new competitors have started to spring up. Dolby, a company known for cinema audio technology, is the latest to enter the fray with their own PLF offering that includes bigger screens, more immersive sound and, of course, a higher ticket price. Whether such offerings will catch on with moviegoers remains to be seen.
The only big news anyone in the entertainment industry wants to talk about right now is the cyber attack on Sony Pictures. Security experts say it’s shaping up to be the largest and most damaging hack against a commercial business in history. Authorities investigating the crime are no closer to catching the perpetrator than when the incident first made headlines two weeks ago.
The Grammy Awards were also making headlines last week. In fact, the annual music awards show tried to stay at the top of the news cycle by announcing nominees via various platforms throughout the course of an entire day. The real story however, turned out to be which musicians actually received nominations and which were overlooked.
Of course, we also cover the week’s top entertainment news stories including the name of the next James Bond film, U2 announces a world tour and CBS gets into another retransmission dispute.
Hunger Games Leads One Of The Worst Weekends of the Year
‘Mockingjay’ Still Top in Germany But StudioCanal Miss Double Header
Polish RomCom Tops Box Office
‘Hunger Games’ Comes to Life in Defiant Salute to Coup Leader
Sensory Assault: Dolby Takes on Imax With Mega-Theater Rival
Grammys 2015: And The Nominees Are
Beyonce Becomes Most-Nominated Female in Grammy History
James Bond 24 Title, Cast Revealed
YouTube Star Zoella’s Novel Records Biggest Ever First Week Sales For A Debut Book
Prison Book Ban Is Unlawful, Court Rule
U2 Detail ‘Innocence + Experience’ World Tour
Creedence Clearwater Members Sue John Fogerty Over Use of Band’s Name
CBS/Dish Deal: No Skipping Ads With AutoHop
CBS, Dish Network Settle Fee Dispute
George Lucas Really Has Parted Ways With ‘Star Wars’
Sony Hackers Reveal Seth Rogen and James Franco’s Pay for ‘The Interview’
Sony Hack Spreads to Auditing Firm Deloitte
Producing Gone With The Wind
Sony Hack Attack ‘Unparalleled,’ Security Firm Head Says
Sony’s Breach Stretched From Thai Hotel to Hollywood
The Father Of Video Games Has Passed Away