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'The Interview' Facebook & Twitter Accounts Deleted After Movie Release Cancelled

'The Interview' Facebook & Twitter Accounts Deleted After Movie Release Cancelled

Two social media accounts for The Interview have just been deleted after the film’s release was cancelled by Sony earlier this week.

It is unclear if Sony had made the decision to remove the Facebook and Twitter accounts or if hackers had disabled them themselves.

Before the Facebook account was deleted, the movie had more than 366,000 followers, while the film’s Twitter page (@TheInterview) had 35,100 followers. Currently, the Twitter account says, “@TheInterview hasn’t tweeted yet,” which indicates that the account is inactive.

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  • Christopher I. Gomes

    They should delete this movie from their memory. And never do anything like this again. Such a dumb premise and absurd circumstances. S. Rogen and J. Franco are morons who are getting too big for their britches.. Shut their asses down!!! #iloveit

  • MiraWildeW

    It’s probably those damn Theater owners again! *cough*

  • Jennifer Fielding

    If someone made a movie about a plot to asssinate ME, then I would freak out too. This move is so DISTURBING– comedy or not.

  • Tapan Zaman

    Anyone heard about this? they are releasing the stream online. To me its really nice.

  • George Best

    They should just Release the movie, why making such a big fuss about it.
    I have heard there about a site where the would stream it live is it