And he's just getting started!
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Thus far it appears that Sony has completely given in to the demands of their hackers.
Not only has The Interview been pulled from release in theaters, on demand, and on home video, but they've even deleted all social media connected to the film.
But all hope is apparently not lost for the Seth Rogen satire.
Sony attorney David Boies appeared on Meet The Press on Sunday to discuss the controversy, and he made a bold statement –
"Sony only delayed this. Sony has been fighting to get this picture distributed. It will be distributed. How it's going to be distributed, I don't think anybody knows quite yet. But it's going to be distributed."
Is Sony suddenly felling more bold now that they have the President in their corner? Boies said:
"I think that what we have to do is use the President's recognition of the importance of this issue as a rallying cry, so that all Americans can unite against what is really a threat to our national security. If state-sponsored criminal acts like this can be directed against Sony, it can be directed against anybody."
Though we are somewhat horrified all of this was able to happen in the first place, it's reassuring to hear that Sony is looking to move past this.
[Image via Sony Pictures.]