Sony Leaks: George Clooney Urges Studio To Disregard North Korea Threats And …

December 27, 2014 Nemes Worldwide News

George Clooneyhas become the latestthe most recent star to wade into the controversial Sony leakages, pleading with the studio to launch controversial comedyThe Interview. Urging chiefpresident Amy Pascal, who has been personally shamed in e-mails leaked by the so-called Guardians of the Peace, George begs that we neglect threats from North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and launch the image in some form or another next year.

The comedy, which was initially planned to arrive in United States cinemas on Christmas Day, follows the story of two reporters played bySeth Rogenand James Franco, who are hired to assassinate North Korean leader Kim Jong-un. The film suspiciously surfaced online amidst Sonys database being hacked and considering that its content ended up being around the world news, cinemas declined to reveal the movie amid cyberterrorist dangers.

Sony chose to withdraw the release of the movie completely, however George describes why we must be withstanding the North Oriental dictator, not bowing down to his demands from throughout the other side of the world. Chatting to Deadline.com about the catastrophe that is the Sony leaks, maybe the most devastating moment in cinematic history, George prompted Amy Pascal to push for a release.

George Clooney advises Amy Pascal to launch The Interview (WENN)

She (Pascal) wantswishes to put that movie out: Exactly what do I do? My partner, Grant Heslov, and I had the discussion with her this morning … Stick it online. Do whatever you can to get this motion picture out, he explains. Not because everyone has to see the film, but due to the fact that Im not going to be told we cant see the movie.

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