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Say It Ain't So(ny)

There are few topics I have debated writing about as much as the debacle involving Sony and The Interview. As an opinionated person with a blog, I felt that I almost needed to write something, but then the situation would become more complicated, completely disorganizing my thoughts. 1,048 more words

Movies

Theaters refuse to show "The Interview"

AMC, Regal, Carmike Cinemas, and Cinemark in the US and Cineplex in Canada have all decided to forego screening “The Interview” in fear of the hackers threat to theaters that will be showing the film. 240 more words

TV-Film

Sony Shuts Down 'The Interview'

After days of leaked scripts, studio executives emails, salary data and personal information about Sony staff; Sony Pictures has decided to called off the Christmas Day release of the movie “ 256 more words

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Dangerous Precedent: My take on Sony's decision to drop 'The Interview'

“It was a pleasure to burn.”

Some of you may recognize this line.  It’s from Ray Bradbury’s classic novel Fahrenheit 451 and happens to be my favorite opening line to any novel. 1,173 more words

Geek Rant

Sony Pictures Cancels Theatrical Release of The Interview

Sony is now saying that there currently isn’t a plan to release the film on DVD or VOD.

After some of the biggest theater chains(Regal, AMC, Cineplex, Carmike) decided not to carry Seth Rogen and James Franco’s… 115 more words

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Cinema Chains Postpone Opening Of The Interview

After the cancellation of the New York premiere of The Interview, in the wake of a massive cyberattack on Sony Pictures and direct threats from the group claiming responsibility, U.S theatre chains are now postponing its release in their cinemas. 119 more words

Movie News

Top Theaters Decide Against Showing Sony Movie, "The Interview"

Everyone was looking forward to the Christmas release of Sony’s new movie, The Interview, featuring Seth Rogen and James Franco. The movie received criticism for its daring plot that focuses on assassinating North Korean dictator, Kim Jong-un. 49 more words

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