Anonymous To Launch "The Interview" As Christmas Gift


Hacks and threatening emails made sony to pull the movie "The Interview" from the theaters. But this time the hacker group Anonymous is on screen and prepares to launch the banned sony movie as a christmas gift to internet users.

The recent tweets from @TheAnonMessage :

About the @SonyPictures hack by North Korea, well let’s just say
that— Oh hold on, popcorn’s ready.
— TheAnonMessage (@TheAnonMessage) December 19, 2014

Okay, for real though. @SonyPictures is a little bitch for giving in so easily. Then again, what do you expect from Sony other than that?
— TheAnonMessage (@TheAnonMessage) December 19, 2014 

You’re gonna let Kim Junk Uno and his minions boss you, a multimillion dollar corporation responsible for billions of dollars in revenue?
— TheAnonMessage (@TheAnonMessage) December 19, 2014

Come on @Sony, where’s your game?…
— TheAnonMessage (@TheAnonMessage) December 19, 2014

Seriously @Sony we warned you. We infiltrated your systems long before North Korea. We thought you’d take it as a warning and fix your shit.
— TheAnonMessage (@TheAnonMessage) December 19, 2014

If North Korea can do this to Sony, a “credible” and “legitimate” conglomerate, who’s to say they can’t do it to their next major target?
— TheAnonMessage (@TheAnonMessage) December 19, 2014

Why are people asking us to leak the movie?
— TheAnonMessage (@TheAnonMessage) December 19, 2014

We’re saving it as a Christmas present for you.. #winkwink
— TheAnonMessage (@TheAnonMessage) December 19, 2014

We’re not with either side, we just want to watch the movie too…and soon you too will be joining us. Sorry, @SonyPictures.
— TheAnonMessage (@TheAnonMessage) December 19, 2014

First, The Interview. Now @ParamountPics is pulling Team America after North Korean threats. Are we really that weak? #holyshit
— TheAnonMessage (@TheAnonMessage) December 19, 2014

Banning movies only because North Korea’s dictator disapproves.
— TheAnonMessage (@TheAnonMessage) December 19, 2014

What’s next, @RedDawnFilm?!
— TheAnonMessage (@TheAnonMessage) December 19, 2014

Operation RIP North Korea, engaged. #OpRIPNK
— TheAnonMessage (@TheAnonMessage) December 19, 2014
The New York Times reported that the Apple has declined Sony offer to host "The Interview" on iTunes.

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