Entertainment News Sony Set to Release “The Interview” Film After Meeting With Obama

Sony Set to Release “The Interview” Film After Meeting With Obama

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Sony Set to Release "The Interview" Film After Meeting With Obama

Report have it that Sony will not release “The Interview” due to threats and hacking activities. Obama released a statement concerning the film. He said Sony should release the film and no Hollywood studio should make a decision on cancelling the film. Obama also said North Korea may be laced back on the list of state sponsors of terrorism.

Sony have changed their mind and ready to release the film. Many believed the reason why they took the decision was because Obama lend his support.

Sony’s attorney David Boies told today’s NBC’s Meet The Press that,

‘Sony only delayed this,”Sony has been fighting to get this picture distributed, ‘It will be distributed.’ How it’s going to be distributed, I don’t think anybody knows quite yet,’ he said. ‘But it’s going to be distributed.’

North Korea leader was outraged by the film showing the assassination of Kim Jong Un. He threatened more atacks against the U.S government and other American institutions.

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