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Sony Deletes Social Media Profiles For The Interview After Pulling The Plug On The Movie!

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It seems like this movie is officially done-zo and the process of eliminating any trace of the flick has already started!

Sony recently has deleted The Interview's social media profiles online including its Facebook account and all of the tweets from the movie's Twitter account.

It also has deleted all of the videos they had originally put out in anticipation for the film on YouTube.

[ Related: President Obama Speaks: Confirms North Korea's Involvement In Sony Hack & Comments On Theaters' Pulling Of The Interview! ]

We guess they don't want any more incidents where they accidentally revealed a new trailer for the film AFTER they had announced they had cancelled the movie from playing anywhere.

Or it's possible that Sony actually met the demands of the hackers behind the original cyber attack who threatened executives at Sony on Friday when they apparently wrote

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President Obama On The SONY Threats: 'My Recommendation Would Be That People Go To The Movies'

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People are getting pretty scared of going to the movie theaters this holiday.

Especially since it seems like the threats claiming terrorists will attack movie theaters who dare to show Sony's The Interview WERE probably from North Korea. But when has a North Korea threat ever been taken seriously before?

President Obama was a part of an exclusive interview with ABC News BEFORE Sony announced their decision to pull the movie from theaters, and he was already hinting that U.S. citizens should feel pretty safe about going to the movies.

Here's what he said:

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U.S. Government Vows To Bring Justice Upon Those Responsible For The Sony Hacking!

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WOW! Well at least they're working on something. We just don't know what it will be!

Ever since Sony decided to pull the James Franco and Seth Rogen-created film The Interview everyone has been up in arms about it in so many different ways.

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?

[ Related: Sony Won't Release The Interview On DVD Or VOD! ]

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?

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Sony Pictures Hit By Former Employees With Lawsuit Over Data Breach After Cyber Attack!

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What a mess!

Sony Pictures Entertainment is dealing with the fallout after a massive security computer breach ended up leaking all of this confidential stuff — including their employees' personal information!

And not just their current ones either… but their former ones, as well!

And that apparently is the basis for this lawsuit against Sony by two of its former employees.

Lawyers representing the two former workers have filed a class-action lawsuit in federal court in Los Angeles and the legal documents claim that Sony

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Sony Hackers Threaten A 9/11-Like Attack On Any Theater Screening The Interview (UPDATED)

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This is just horrible!

The Sony hack has released all kinds of information, from unkind emails to the personal information of people who work there.

Well, this is a whole new level of seriousness.

[ Related: Seth Rogen On The Sony Hack And The Interview: 'Wasn't Meant To Be Controversial' ]

The hackers released a message, promising a 9/11-like attack for any movie theater that screens The Interview, starring Seth Rogen and James Franco.

The comedy pokes fun at North Korea's leader Kim Jong-un, which is leading people to believe that the country is behind the hacks, although they've denied it, while still praising the hackers.

The message reads:

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Cyber Attack Makes Sony Owned Crackle Delay Hacker Movie The Throwaways!

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This kind of makes a lot of sense.

Although we bet the starring actors James Caan and Kevin Dillon won't be happy about this!

Crackle, which is owned by Sony Pictures, will be delaying the release of a movie that initially seems like it is VERY similar to what just happened to them!

The hacker movie is called The Throwaways and one individual inside the company explained that they believe it would not be "appropriate" to release a movie about hacking computers when Sony Pictures is in such a mess because of a cyber attack on their servers.

[ Related: Sony Hackers Send Threatening Warning On Staff Computers! This Sounds So Scary! ]

However the movie is NOT dead in the water!

One source believes

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12 Days Of Perezmas: 12 Troubling Tweets!

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On the 12 days of Perezmas our true love gave to us, 12 Troubling Tweets!

It's true, celebrities are constantly in the spotlight, which means people ALWAYS want to hear what they've gotta say.

This is where Twitter comes in!

Unfortunately not everything they tweet is a good thing!

Like when Liam Payne showed his support for the Duck Dynasty family, who are known to be incredibly bigoted about A LOT of things!

AWKWARD!

He's not the only, however, who tweeted some troubling things in 2014!

Ch-ch-check out all the not-so-good musings that appeared on Twitter (below)!!!

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