Sony Pictures Attacked by Hackers, Pulls Controversial Film 'The Interview'
Sony Picture's announced it will be canceling nest week's screenings of the controversial film 'The Interview' to the dismay of fans and celebrities alike. The comedy, which stars Seth Rogen and James Franco depicts the assassination of North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un. The decision came after hackers attacked Sony Pictures, releasing personal information, email addresses, and threatening that audiences should not attend theaters that premiered the movie. Though the investigation is still in progress, the U.S. is ready to blame North Korea for the attack on Sony. Celebrities took to Twitter to voice their displeasure, voicing fears of the dangerous precedent being set for future films.
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