We are so shocked and disappointed by this!
It looks like Carmike Theaters will not be alone in pulling The Interview from their schedules after threats of terrorism; according to Deadline, every major theater chain in America is following suit.
If you go see movies at AMC, Cinemark, Cineplex, or Regal Cinemas, you won't be seeing Seth Rogen and James Franco fumble through an assassination plot this Christmas.
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We are scared for the safety of the film's stars and terrified at the idea of another terrorist attack hitting U.S. soil, but we just don't know if this is the right call.
Whether the film is offensive to some or not, doesn't letting terrorists decide what we can and can't watch go against our fundamental freedoms?
We're just so sad to know that this kind of violent tactic worked.
What do U think?
Should theaters have dropped The Interview because of threats?
- No, you can't give in to terrorists! (64%)
- Yes, safety is more important! (36%)
Total Votes: 4,888
[Image via Sony Pictures.]