Actors James Franco and Seth Rogen celebrated on social media this afternoon after learning that "The Interview" would be released. The much talked-about comedy will see a limited Christmas Day release, FoxNews.com reported.
Top Republicans have hammered President Obama over the past few days for his handling of North Korea’s cyberattack on Sony, specifically his description of the massive hacking as "cybervandalism." Obama told CNN the hacking was not an "act of war," instead saying it was a very expensive act of "cybervandalism."
Following Sony Pictures' decision to cancel the planned Christmas Day release of the Seth Rogen and James Franco film "The Interview," Hollywood stars are up in arms.
George Clooney tried to circulate a petition to get Hollywood to stand together against the hackers, but no one signed it.
Sony Pictures’ CEO Michael Lynton has responded to President Barack Obama’s statement today that pulling “The Interview” release “was a mistake.”
President Obama said he loves actors Seth Rogen and James "Flacco," but expressed disbelief that North Korea felt it needed to mount an all-out cyber-attack on Sony over the comedy, "The Interview."
“We cannot have a society in which some dictator some place can start imposing censorship here in the United States,” he said.
Does the Sony hack and the United States’ response signal a watershed moment for the nation?
Judge Andrew Napolitano and Charles Krauthammer this evening called on Sony to distribute “The Interview” online.
The "Outnumbered" hosts took on Sony's decision to cancel the Christmas Day release of "The Interview." The announcement came Wednesday afternoon following a threat from hackers to movie theaters planning to show the Seth Rogen-James Franco comedy.
Mitt Romney weighed in on Twitter on Sony's decision to cancel the Christmas Day release of "The Interview." The announcement came Wednesday afternoon following a threat from hackers to movie theaters planning to show the Seth Rogen-James Franco comedy.
Sony Pictures cancels the planned Christmas Day release of 'The Interview,' which portrays a fictional assassination attempt of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, after hackers issued threats that implied the theaters showing the movie were terror targets.