Hollywood Bows to Kim Jong Un – Cancels Release of “The Interview”
Sony Pictures pulled the release of the anti-North Korean regime flick “The Interview” today.
This came after Sony received threats that movie theaters would be blown up if the movie was released.
North Korean leader Kim Jung Un will will sleep well tonight.
With theater chains defecting en masse, Sony Pictures Entertainment has pulled the planned Christmas Day release of “The Interview.”
In announcing the decision to cancel the holiday debut, Sony hit back at the hackers who threatened movie theaters and moviegoers and who have terrorized the studio and its employees for weeks.
Overnight Comcast refused to do a deal with Sony to put “Interview” out as a pay-per-view on cable!
Obama orders Americans to ”go to their local theaters.”
There’s a guy who thinks like an insurance actuary.
I mean, what are the odds?