Call it karma!
Well, coincidentally, the country's internet is down again!
Previously, when their web went down on Monday, they released a statement saying
WOW! Well at least they're working on something. We just don't know what it will be!
Celebrities are furious about the restriction of freedom of expression but more importantly everyone is wondering the same thing…
Will those responsible for the hacking be brought to justice?
News broke on December 17 that insiders were saying that our government managed to link North Korea directly to the source of the attacks.
So the world collectively wondered — will the U.S. strike back?
We're still so shocked and saddened that Sony has decided to pull The Interview.
Likewise, Hollywood has also shared the frustrations by echoing a common sentiment that creative freedom seemed to have taken a back seat to fear.
The decision to pull the film comes after terrorist threats made by hackers now confirmed to have been working for North Korea.
Ch-ch-check out their responses (below)!!!
Well, at least this is a step in the right direction.
A year after Duck Dynasty patriarch, Phil Robertson, condemned homosexuality and even likened it to BESTIALITY, his son, Willie Robertson, spoke out about his father's controversial comments with Larry King.
Though Willie isn't yet convinced that people are born gay, he says he has become more accepting of the LGBT community after getting to know a few of the show's gay crew members.
The reality star explains:
UPDATE: Sources tell CNN that U.S. investigators have determined that the hackers that perpetrated the Sony hack were indeed working for North Korea.
An announcement could come as soon as Thursday, so be ready for more updates as more is revealed.
It looks like Sony will not be putting out The Interview at all.
After most major movie theater chains pulled the film from their schedules following the threats of terrorism made by hackers, Sony has decided to shelve the Seth Rogen and James Franco comedy entirely.
In a statement, the studio said:
19 Kids and Counting star Jim Bob Duggar has nothing but love for his haters.
As we reported, the reality TV family struck up controversy when they supported an ordinance that many felt was discriminatory to the LGBT community. The bill has since passed.
In response, detractors started a petition urging TLC to cancel the hit series, and it has since racked up over 180,000 signatures.
But Duggar isn't worried. In fact, all of this drama is ACTUALLY helping the show.
In response to the family's naysayers, he said: