I’m sorry….but find me one theater where “The Interview” will run…and I’m there. Who’s with me? #TeamAmerica
— trey wingo (@wingoz) December 17, 2014
I hope Seth Rogan and James Franco’s movie about their movie being cancelled by North Koreans is a stoner comedy — Bruce Arthur (@bruce_arthur) December 17, 2014
— Pedro Pascal (@PedroPascal1) December 17, 2014
No one should kid themselves. With the Sony collapse America has lost its first cyberwar. This is a very very dangerous precedent. — Newt Gingrich (@newtgingrich) December 17, 2014
I truly can’t believe it’s come to this for THE INTERVIEW. What a horrible precedent to set. Show the damn movie.
— Josh Horowitz (@joshuahorowitz) December 17, 2014
Artists must never bow to extremists. Go see The Interview when it’s released and send a clear message that we stand free and unafraid. — Steven DeKnight (@stevendeknight) December 17, 2014
America will NEVER give in to the demands of terrorists! (unless they don’t like our movies in which case we will fold like a beach chair.)
— Danny Züker (@DannyZuker) December 17, 2014
Wow. Everyone caved. The hackers won. An utter and complete victory for them. Wow. — Rob Lowe (@RobLowe) December 17, 2014
Michael Ian Black (vulgar)
Worried about the prospects for my new film,”Abbot and Costello Fuck North Korea’s Mom.” — Michael Ian Black (@michaelianblack) December 17, 2014
Dear Sony Hackers: now that u run Hollywood, I’d also like less romantic comedies, fewer Michael Bay movies and no more Transformers.
— Michael Moore (@MMFlint) December 17, 2014
Waiting in line & I bought a cheap pair of sunglasses, and bootleg copy of Sony’s “The Interview” in front of Roscoes Chicken And Waffles! — Arsenio Hall (@ArsenioHall) December 17, 2014
— mia farrow (@MiaFarrow) December 17, 2014
. @JuddApatow I agree wholeheartedly. An un-American act of cowardice that validates terrorist actions and sets a terrifying precedent.
— Jimmy Kimmel (@jimmykimmel) December 17, 2014
Let’s be real here. NO ONE wanted to see “The Interview” to begin with. It’s most likely a crappy movie. Now that it’s gone, you want it. — Lamarr Wilson (@LamarrWilson) December 17, 2014
I’ll be honest with you, this whole “The Interview” controversy is a publicity stunt.
— Colin Quinn (@iamcolinquinn) December 17, 2014
There goes my Hitler comedy. — Zach Braff (@zachbraff) December 17, 2014
City of Atlanta demands all remaining prints of gone with the wind be destroyed
— Albert Brooks (@AlbertBrooks) December 17, 2014
I’m going to do a shot for shot remake of “The Interview” and I’ll actually release it. I’ll take Seth’s role; who wants to be Franco?
— Richard Roeper (@richardroeper) December 17, 2014
THE INTERVIEW is now poised to shatter the world record for “spite viewings.” — Patton Oswalt (@pattonoswalt) December 17, 2014
The tv networks should reimburse Sony for the costs of The Interview and simulcast it in prime time.
— Joshua Malina (@JoshMalina) December 17, 2014
So SONY fight back by canceling The Interview, thus proving to the hackers that hacking & threats work very well? That may prove an error. — Neil Gaiman (@neilhimself) December 17, 2014