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Would You Have Gone To See "The Interview"?

Hackers threatened theaters that screened The Interview, forcing Sony to cancel the movie release.

Posted on December 17, 2014, at 11:04 p.m. ET

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Going to see the latest Seth Rogan and James Franco movie might have involved some risk — if it's release hadn't been canceled.

On Wednesday, Sony canceled the release of The Interview following threats from hackers. The threats mentioned 9/11 and said that "those who seek fun in terror" would be "doomed" to a "bitter fate."

The FBI also warned theaters this week that they could face cyber attacks for screening the film.

  1. In that light, would you still have gone to see "The Interview" if it had actually played in theaters?

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Sony also said Wednesday that it had no plans to ever release The Interview.

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  1. Do you think canceling the release of the movie was the right decision?

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