Drama, drama, drama.
We were so saddened to hear that The Interview was going to be shelved indefinitely by Sony.
After all, this is looking more and more like a clear cut case where threats of violence oppressed someone's free speech.
Dan Sterling, who co-wrote the film with Seth and Evan Goldberg, is standing his ground in defense of free speech. He said:
"If they want to bomb somebody for their free speech, I would like to be at ground zero, because I don't want to live in that kind of world."
This is a pretty heartbreakingly serious statement from someone paid to bring the funny.
[Image via Sony Pictures.]