Dec 29, 2014
As if to coincide with the release of new controverial film "The Interview", Sony's PlayStation was brought to its knees as enthusiastic gamers opened their consoles on Christmas morning. While there are indications that the gaming platform is gradually being restored, there is no telling what hackers could do next in retaliation after Sony decided to release the comedy movie that plays out the assassination of North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un.
Dec 29, 2014
Even in the face of potential international warfare, public acclaim and the media win the popular vote. So it comes as no surprise that since Sony Pictures pulled the plug last week on the release of controversial comedy “The Interview”, the people have demanded another option to see what’s ruffling international feathers—and Sony has answered them with a unique alternative. While cinemagoers will not be pleased to miss out on the comedic makings of Seth Rogen and James Franco, the stars of the newly banned film, theatergoers will be able to watch a live reading of the movie’s screenplay on Saturday Dec. 27 at New York’s Treehouse Theater.
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