As the Sony row shows no sign of letting up, here are the latest developments surrounding The Interview and the backlash following Sony's decision to drop the movie's release.
Lady Gaga's surprise gig
Gaga surprises fans with unscheduled gig. Watch the video below!
Lady Gaga surprised punters in trendy Plaza Hotel's Oak Room and Bar in New York City with an impromptu gig.
The singer joined jazz musician friend Brian Newman, who was already scheduled to perform, and entertained onlookers with two renditions of jazz classics Someone To Watch Over Me by George Gershwin and Orange Coloured Sky by Nat King Cole.
Gaga was wearing rather unusual makeup, prompting some to question whether it really was her, but once she started singing there was no doubt it was her.
The popstar was at the Oak Room with boyfriend Luc Carl and the two enjoyed a drink after the unscheduled gig.
Watch the video of Lady Gaga singing at the Oak Room and Bar below!
The billionaire creator of the computer game Minecraft has reportedly won a bidding war for a Beverly Hills mansion which Beyonce and Jay Z had their eyes on.
Screenings of the comedy Team America: World Police have been cancelled in some US theatres after Sony dropped the release of The Interview amid threats.
Sony's network was hacked on 25 November and the culprits, calling themselves Guardians of Peace, stole tens of thousands of internal documents and emails.