How Filmmakers View Sony's Decision to Pull "The Interview"

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The government now says it's "99% certain" that the vast and sophisticated cyber attack against Sony Pictures was the work of North Korea.  A subsequent threat to movie theaters led Sony to cancel tonight's premiere and the Christmas Day general release of The Interview.  That's the dark comedy about the assassination of North Korea's leader, Kim Jong Un.  Now Paramount has cancelled scheduled screenings of Team America: World Police, which lampoons a North Korean dictator -- even though it's been playing since 2004.  The question we pose to filmmaker Adam McKay is, "what's next?"




Warren Olney