Celebrities Slam Sony Hackers' Win; Michael Moore Makes Programming Request

Barbara Boland | December 18, 2014
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Suddenly, all of Hollywood is worked up about terrorism – and all it took was Sony Pictures’ decision yesterday to cancel the release of “The Interview.” Sony’s decision to cancel the movie came after North Korea’s vicious cyber-hacks were followed by threats of terrorism if the movie was released in theaters.  

Celebrities of all stripes are tweeting their frustrations, calling this Neville Chamberlain-like appeasement a dangerous precedent to set, and saying it's allowing a brutal dictator and terrorism to “win.”

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