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Sony Pictures Entertainment released “The Interview” online on Wednesday morning, making it available for purchase on YouTube, Google Play, Microsoft Inc.'s Xbox Video and the Sony-created website seetheinterview.com.
Sony Pictures Entertainment will be releasing controversial film “The Interview” in theaters on Christmas Day after all.
The Los Angeles Board of Airport Commissioners, which oversees the Los Angeles International Airport, has approved a $4 billion project that includes building a train that will link LAX to a new Metro rail station nearby.
Sony Pictures officially decided on Wednesday not to release the film “The Interview” in theaters on Christmas Day, the Culver City studio said in a statement.
Hotel industry groups on Tuesday sued the city of Los Angeles in federal court over the city’s enactment of a minimum wage ordinance requiring large non-union hotels to pay their workers $15.37 an hour.
Less than a year after opening its doors, the Ace Hotel Los Angeles in downtown L.A.’s Broadway Theater District is on the market.
A mobile game based on hit TV biker drama “Sons of Anarchy” is in revving up for release.
DreamWorks Animation Inc. plans to launch a TV channel in 19 Asian countries next year, the Glendale studio announced.
The Los Angeles area already has three potential sites for an NFL football stadium. But now, there appears to be a fourth.
Detroit private equity firm Rockbridge Growth Equity announced on Wednesday that it has acquired Malibu’s Robb Report, the luxury lifestyle magazine that serves as a consumer bible for the uber-rich.
Warner Bros. Entertainment will lay off 152 employees in January as part of previously announced cutbacks amid pressure by parent Time Warner Inc. to reduce expenses.
Chinese conglomerate Dalian Wanda Group Co., one of the biggest theater owners in the United States, is in talks to acquire a stake in Santa Monica independent studio Lions Gate Entertainment Corp., Wang Jianlin, the Beijing company’s chairman said. Shares of Lions Gate rose 3 percent on the news.
Shares in DreamWorks Animation Inc. fell more than 5 percent on Monday, reflecting the weak box office results for “Penguins of Madagascar ” – which could become the latest bomb for the struggling studio unless ticket sales pick up.
Los Angeles International Airport continued its growth streak last month, reporting solid gains in both passengers and cargo over October 2013, according to figures released Wednesday.
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