We think it's safe to say that SONY didn't have the best 2014.
After getting hacked, having private emails made public, and being threatened into cancelling The Interview's theatrical release… the studio just had to make their toughest call yet.
Not only will James Franco and Seth Rogen's action comedy not be screened in theaters, it seems that it's never going to be seen at all!
Obligatory ***Slightly-NSFW & SPOILER*** warning: If you didn't watch Wednesday night's episode of American Horror Story then STOP reading right now!
Wednesday's episode of Freak Show gave us a whole ton of flashbacks and back story, and we actually really enjoyed it!
And even if we didn't love it, we're still addicted, so let's get straight to that recap!
The rapper behind Hot Ni–a is now in hot water.
Ackquille Pollard, aka Bobby Shmurda, was arrested along with several others at a midtown Manhattan recording studio on Wednesday.
NYPD took the 20-year-old into custody after an investigation into narcotics and a shooting. Prosecutors will unseal the indictment against Shmurda on Thursday.
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Shmurda is a Brooklyn native known for Hot Ni–a and performing the "Schmoney Dance."
The building where he was arrested — Quad Recording Studios — has ties to the rap community.
Even more drama!
By now, you've probably heard that The Interview has been cancelled from airing in any theaters, but we've got an update that makes this story even crazier.
While no theaters will be able to show the James Franco and Seth Rogen comedy about killing the leader of North Korea, that's not stopping one Texas theater from giving it their all!