‘F*** THESE TERRORIST THREATS’: Hollywood Fights Back Against SONY Hackers, Tells Public to Go See Kim Jong-un Assassination Movie


I’m going to see it. How about you?

As movie chains across the country slowly begin to announce that they will not screen the upcoming Sony film The Interview following threats of a terrorist act similar to 9/11, some Hollywood- A-listers are doing all they can to make sure the public gets out and sees the film.

Judd Apatow, director Adam McKay and Mindy Project producer and star Ike Barinholtz all took to Twitter to denounce the threats, which come from the group Guardians of Peace, who are thought to be North Korean.

The group does not want to see the film released as it tells the story of two men sent to assassinate North Korean leader Kim Jong-un.

Leading the way was McKay, the producing partner of Will Ferrell and director of such comedy classics as the Anchorman franchise.

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