Anonymous is Now Promising to Release ‘The Interview’

You may yet get to see The Interview, aka the source of a rapidly-escalating shitfight between the U.S. and North Korea – the hacker collective Anonymous have made a series of Tweets suggesting they plan to release the shelved film in the coming days.

Per a report in Uproxx, Anonymous called Sony Pictures a “little bitch” for cancelling the film’s release, and indicated that one of their own had already hacked into Sony’s systems prior to the alleged North Korean hack. 

As for The Interview, which one can only assume they have and plan to leak onto torrent sites, they said that they are “saving it as a Christmas present”, suggesting that it may well arrive on Christmas Day, as originally planned. 

In further developments to this already batshit insane story, North Korea have promised further attacks against the U.S., suggesting that the Sony attack was just a warm-up and that worse is coming.
CNN report that a recent broadcast on North Korean state television said:

“The DPRK has already launched the toughest counteraction. Nothing is more serious miscalculation than guessing that just a single movie production company is the target of this counteraction. Our target is all the citadels of the U.S. imperialists who earned the bitterest grudge of all Koreans.”

They also made threats against the White House and Pentagon and “all other parts of the world” that dare to defy them. This comes a short time after the U.S. threatened to cut off North Korea’s internet completely as punishment for the hacks.
All this over a movie that was probably nothing special to begin with … guess we’ll find out soon enough, though.