Is this what made Sony Pictures Entertainment the victim of a massive hacking by the group known as Guardian of Peace? It’s a fictional death scene of the North Korean leader, Kim Jong Un, complete with the strangest Asian pop soundtrack ever.
It looks like it. Since November, the #SonyHack has been going on and on and on and now, in the spirit of a white flag, Sony has decided to scrap the Christmas premier of The Interview.
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Evidently, the looming threat of a repeat 9/11 attack makes everyone feel uneasy. As the same time people are poking fun at Sony for giving into what is obviously an act of cyber terrorism.
Check out what prominent personalities such as Rob Lowe and Michael Moore in the glamorous world of Hollywood are saying. Even Bill Maher has something to say about it.
.@RobLowe it wasn't the hackers who won, it was the terrorists and almost certainly the North Korean dictatorship, this was an act of war— Newt Gingrich (@newtgingrich) December 17, 2014
Dear Sony Hackers: now that u run Hollywood, I'd also like less romantic comedies, fewer Michael Bay movies and no more Transformers.— Michael Moore (@MMFlint) December 17, 2014
Does this mean the movie will not be released at all? The South Koreans are trying really hard to make sure people in North Korea see Seth Rogan’s satirical adventure of their beloved leader. But as far as the rest of the world is concerned, only time will tell.
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