You've probably heard of the Sony hacking scandal. Well, according to reports, it all started with this scene from the Seth Rogen-James Franco starrer, The Interview.
Have you heard about the hackers who wormed into Sony Picture Entertainment's online database last November? Every single thing about the studio was leaked, from unreleased films and scripts to the nasty email exchanges between studio executives and talents.
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As a result of the hack, we found out that: a 21 Jump Street-Men In Black crossover may be in the works...
...some executives think of Angelina Jolie as a "minimally talented spoiled brat"
...and yet-to-be-released films like Annie, Mr. Turner, and Still Alice are actually ready for viewing online.
The hackers, who call themselves the Guardians of Peace, vow to release more classified information if their demands aren't met, one of which is to stop the release of The Interview, a Seth Rogen-James Franco comedy about the fictional assassination of North Korea's supreme leader Kim Jong-Un.
If the hackers want to stymie its release, does this mean the North Koreans are involved? Well, U.S. intelligence officials seem to think so. Jong-Un's death scene in the film, which made the Web rounds earlier today, most likely prompted the hackers to take action.
Video via TrenderManHD
So yeah, this is how North Korea's leader dies. Sony Pictures Entertainment has since decided to pull the film, but it's not like no one will be able to see it. Movie pirates are just as pesky as hackers, you know.
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