— SamuraiGodzilla (@Samuraigodzilla) December 18, 2014
Today's lessens: 1) North Korea does not have a sense of humour, 2) North Korea is very good with computers.
— Jeff Smith (@TheComicHunter) December 17, 2014
North Korea has the upper hand in Hollywood. Only TEAM AMERICA can save us now. — Kody Chamberlain (@KodyChamberlain) December 17, 2014
Couldn't they just dub in new names? Change North Korea to Latveria or Qurac? Works for comics.
— Dan Jurgens (@djjurgens) December 17, 2014
— 12 Days of Layman (@themightylayman) December 17, 2014
Since when has North Korea been any kind of real threat except to the petty secrets of Sony execs? — Pia Guerra (@PiaGuerra) December 17, 2014
— Thomas Zahler (@loveandcapes) December 17, 2014
Yo, Sony, Instead of canning The Interview to satisfy terrorists, make it a free download available around the world. Especially Korea. — JMichael Straczynski (@straczynski) December 17, 2014
I had no intention of seeing THE INTERVIEW. Now I feel I have to. TWICE! Don't tell what entertainment I can-or-can't watch.
— Dan Slott (@DanSlott) December 17, 2014
My twitter feed is basically dozen variations on "If only so-so's next movie was set in North Korea." C'mon people. Try harder. — Steve Lieber (@steve_lieber) December 18, 2014
There is one burning question vis-a-vis The Interview/North Korea situation- When will Dennis Rodman speak out about this?!
— Kevin Maguire (@maguirekevin) December 18, 2014
"I'll tell you one thing North Korea couldn't stop: the release of My Little Pony: Equestria Girls Holiday Special!" – @TonyFleecs
— Chris Burnham (@TheBurnham) December 18, 2014
Forget the cruelty of the labor camps and the delusional dictator, North Korea just fucked up my Seth Rogen movie. — Patch Zircher (@PatrickZircher) December 18, 2014
Seriously, how is North Korea a threat? Pyongyang sleeper cells in Des Moines? Sony just doesn't want to get embarrassed again.
— Alex Irvine (@alexirvine) December 18, 2014
North Korea LITERALLY couldn't find Colorado on a map, but we think they're going to pull off some coordinated terror attack on cinemas? — Nick Spencer (@nickspencer) December 18, 2014
— Jeff King (@JeffKingTV) December 18, 2014
Little known fact: North Korea hacked my career a couple of years ago and got it cancelled too. — Jamie S. Rich (@jamieESrich) December 18, 2014
North Korea just released another One Direction album.
— Nathan Edmondson (@nathanedmondson) December 18, 2014
Since The Interview is off everyone's schedule, buy Dark Horse Presents#5, with an awesome Alex Ross cover, and part 2 of Semiautomagic! — Jerry Ordway (@JerryOrdway) December 18, 2014
@JoeFloccari I was thinking about taking my life in my own hands to see The Interview next week. Now I can't? North Korea wins?
— Jerry Ordway (@JerryOrdway) December 18, 2014
Man, "The Interview" better be pretty funny, cuz there's no way I'm not watching it now.
— Joss Whedon (@josswhedon) December 18, 2014
So, when they hacked in and leaked those Sony movies, why didn't they leak "The Interview" too? Oh… wait. No. I get it now. — Tom Taylor (@TomTaylorMade) December 18, 2014
Sony should have opened INTERVIEW in rural nabes (theaters); would have seen it in 'Live Free or Die' NH hereabouts, anyway. Armed & ready!
— Stephen R Bissette (@SRBissette) December 18, 2014
I like the idea people are throwing around that SONY should release The Interview online for free. — Chris Burnham (@TheBurnham) December 18, 2014
Say what you will about France, but they stood up for publishing the Danish cartoons and wouldn't have canceled The Interview.
— Julian Darius (@JulianDarius) December 17, 2014
Sorry everyone. Batman E1.vol.2 release delayed while we await approval from North Korea. — Gary Frank (@1moreGaryFrank) December 18, 2014
How many people freaking out about THE INTERVIEW and N. Korea also said there was no way a movie could POSSIBLY have sparked Benghazi…
— Geoffrey D. Wessel (@gdwessel) December 18, 2014
You all realize that if N. Korea threatens the opening of the new Star Wars, it'll still run on a billion screens 24 hours a day, right? — Will Pfeifer (@willpfeifer) December 18, 2014
With Sony cancelling the Interview's release can't we convince the N Koreans the FF movie also takes the piss out of their beloved leader?
— Alan Cowsill (@Alancowsill) December 18, 2014
Trying again! If you put the Interview on Pay per view I will pay full price to see it. Screw Un or Um. Why not just broadband this shit?! — Brett Booth (@Demonpuppy) December 18, 2014
Not bothering with Christmas shopping this year. If anyone asks I'll just say "North Korea" and make a sad face.
— Moose Allain (@MooseAllain) December 18, 2014
It sucks. everything about this sucks.
for the record I have worked with or for Sony as long as I've worked at marvel. powers is a Sony television production.
because of this, there are people I work with who had absolutely nothing to do with this movie and their lives have been turned completely upside down by these hackers.
I am a Seth Rogen fan. I really am. he should be able to tell his story. hopefully when the dust clears he will be able to.
but if this movie came out this week and one person got hurt because of it the same people filled with righteous indignation about Sony's decision would be blaming Sony. I think, under these horrible conditions, they made the right choice. at least for now.
but all of this sucks!
But echoing others, let's leave the last word to Co-Publisher of DC Comics, Dan DiDio…
I'd contribute to a kickstarter campaign to buy The Interview from Sony and release it free to the world on Christmas Day.
— dan didio (@dandidio1) December 17, 2014
Okay, maybe just one more.
Larry Young December 18 at 7:17pm
If I get killed watching THE INTERVIEW, I request all of my friends to send an email to Richard Johnston at Bleeding Cool that says LARRY YOUNG DIED AS HE LIVED, SNEAKING JACK DANIELS INTO A SETH ROGEN MATINEE