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Seth Rogen and his filmmaking partner Evan Goldberg feared their comedy The Interview would become a laughing stock after Sony bosses pulled it from release last month (Dec14) amid the North Korea hacking scandal, because the film wasn't worthy of the drama surrounding it.
The actor who plays North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un in The Interview is adamant he never feared for his safety during the furore over the film, but insists he is "glad that whole chapter is done".
The head of Sony has condemned the recent hacking of the company's movie division as "one of the most vicious and malicious cyber attacks in recent history" and praised staff for working "tirelessly" to release controversial comedy The Interview.
North Korean officials have fired back at U.S. authorities after President Barack Obama enforced new sanctions in retaliation for the country's cyberattack against Sony Pictures Entertainment.
U.S. leader Barack Obama has announced sanctions on North Korea in retaliation for the country's cyberattack against Sony Pictures Entertainment.
Pop stars One Direction have beaten country music veteran George Strait to be named North America's top-selling live act of 2014 in a new end-of-year poll.
President Barack Obama has revealed he could have offered to call the heads of cinema chains threatening not to screen Seth Rogen's new comedy The Interview if Sony bosses had come to him with their concerns.
Sony bosses have fired back at criticism levelled at them by President Barack Obama and Sean Penn over their decision to cancel the Christmas Day (25Dec14) release of Seth Rogen's comedy The Interview, insisting they had no choice.
Sean Penn has joined President Barack Obama in blasting Sony executives for bowing to cyberterrorists' threats and pulling the Christmas Day (25Dec14) release of Seth Rogen's comedy The Interview.
FBI officials have confirmed North Korean leaders were behind the cyber hack attack that exposed Sony emails and leaked unreleased films and led to the cancellation of the release of Seth Rogen's new comedy The Interview.
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