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Gore Verbinski's Pyongyang canceled after Sony hack

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This is only the beginning

There are certain times in your life that you just sit down, hunch over, and bury your face in your hands. This is one of those times.

Fresh in the wake of the Sony/North Korea debacle over The Interview, New Regency has went ahead and pulled the plug on Pyongyang, an upcoming film that was set to star Agent Michael Scarn Steve Carrell. The film was set to be based on the graphic novel by Guy Delisle. In the novel, Delisle spends two months living in Pyongyang, equipped with only cigarettes, alcohol, George Orwell's "1984", and an Aphex Twin CD.

As correctly predicted by some, the cancellation of The Interview sets an extremely dangerous precedent, and we're already seeing the fallout. We may see an entire genre of international/political films ignored in the future, and there has to be some screenwriters in Hollywood furiously editing scripts right now. So much for 2014 ending quietly.

[via BusinessInsider]

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