Wednesday, December 24, 2014

Obama said he was glad to exit the controversial film “Interview” – RIA Novosti

US President Barack Obama. Archival photo

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WASHINGTON, Dec. 25 – RIA Novosti. President Barack Obama said that he was glad the exit action comedy “Interview” of the assassination attempt on the leader of North Korea Kim Jong-un.

“I’m glad that he was released,” – said Obama, whose words the press service of the White House.

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The film” Interview “was recalled last week of the scheduled rental after erupted around him international scandal. action comedy tells the story of the assassination of the leader of North Korea Kim Jong-un. First, who shot a picture of Sony Pictures Entertainment company because of threats of hackers canceled American premiere, which was scheduled for December 25.

It was reported that hackers from the group “Guardians of the world” (Guardians of Peace), previously hacked computer network Sony Pictures, planned to organize a “similar to the attacks of September 11, 2001″ attacks on cinemas in the United States, which will host the premiere of films “Interview.” The fact that it is planning to make hackers, not reported.

Later “Guardians of Peace” also stated that in the case of online release tape they will publish the stolen correspondence and personal information management of Sony Pictures Entertainment. As a result, the picture came out on Wednesday in the online distribution in US, on Thursday it will show about 300 independent cinemas.

Earlier Obama called North Korea’s actions “kibervandalizmom” regarding Sony Pictures and welcomed the company’s decision to show the film in a number of American cinema. The United States also believes that North Korea must admit guilt and pay damages film company Sony Pictures.

The US president is vacationing with his family in Hawaii. On Wednesday, he, like the previous days, most of the time playing golf. According to the press service of the White House, one of the partners of Obama’s current party was Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak.


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