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Sony Hackers Threaten September 11 Attacks on Movie Theaters Showing 'The Interview'

Sony Hackers Threaten September 11 Attacks on Movie Theaters Showing 'The Interview'

Sony hackers are now threatening a September 11-type attack on movie theaters showing The Interview, the controversial satire starring Seth Rogen and James Franco.

The extremely worrisome message is just one in a line of threats in a massive hack that has taken place against Sony, which has revealed many details about past and future movies.

The message below starts off (via The Wrap), “We will clearly show it to you at the very time and places “The Interview” be shown, including the premiere, how bitter fate those who seek fun in terror should be doomed to. Soon all the world will see what an awful movie Sony Pictures Entertainment has made.”

The hackers continue, “The world will be full of fear. Remember the 11th of September 2001. We recommend you to keep yourself distant from the places at that time. (If your house is nearby, you’d better leave.) Whatever comes in the coming days is called by the greed of Sony Pictures Entertainment. All the world will denounce the SONY.”

The Interview is currently scheduled to be released on Christmas day.

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  • Violet

    They just went from 0 to 180 real quick. From hacking to talking about 9-11 scenarios.

  • leila

    looks like a stupid movie anyways

  • 3rd eye

    wow. those korean hackers are nuts. really great to burts that flames. they want a new terror war for some stupid COMEDY? and korea should know they’re done for in that case.

  • Guest

    It’s easy when you sit at a computer. Probably Kim Il Jun.

  • Louise

    These hackers don’t know satire from real life…talk about no sense of humour and complete lack of taste. We all know it’s North Korea and they are well known for this type of behaviour. this movie is probably pants anyway but seriously SONY has lost way more than this budget in publicity etc.

  • Doryphore

    They need to move the movie’s release date up. Don’t let terrorist win.

  • amethyst

    Yes but they’ve just made sure some people will see the film just to spite the Sony hackers. Either that or it will be down loaded.

  • fucking idiots

    Franco and Rogen are total fucking idiots. Did they honestly think anything good would come from making a movie about killing the leader of North Korea? I mean come on

  • plez

    I bet now the media and the people eating up those emails want to treat these hacking like criminals rather than someone feeding good gossip.

  • Just Saying

    Maybe if north koreans didn’t have their heads so far up Kim Jun’s ass they would realize it’s a MOVIE a satire a funny thing that isn’t real. Calm the fuck down… Stupid asians.

  • Cheyenne

    I think everyone should buy a ticket on Fandango just to piss off the North Koreans.

  • Cheyenne

    I think everyone should buy a ticket on Fandango just to piss off the North Koreans.

  • Emily Sachs

    Sony executives need to toughen up and get ahead of this situation. It’s so weak for the execs like Amy Pascal, etc. to just try to protect themselves from embarrassment. Get tough. Fight the people who did this to you and stop apologizing so much. Moguls don’t apologize they take charge. Here’s a mogul who is refusing to give up his private jet even in the face of massive headcount reductions. That’s guts and that’s the attitude Sony needs. Strength is respected. Read this:
    http://mankabros.com/blogs/chairman/2014/10/10/i-am-not-giving-up-the-jet/

  • kellyf

    These guys are brave. Hacking was one thing, but now they’re making terroristic threats – can the government seriously not track these guys down? And seriously, why the outrage over this dumb movie? worse things have been made fun of in films and no one got all riled up about it.

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