Obama: Sony Should’ve Talked To Me First Before Pulling Movie The Source December 19, 2014 Hip Hop News | Trending Hip Hop Stories Barack Obama isn’t happy with Sony’s hasty decision The Sony leaks, the U.S. government deciding that North Korea was behind them, and the fallout all of it caused with everyone from theater chain executives to jaded actors and actresses, has been an overbearing combination of headlines, press releases and official statements over the past few weeks. Earlier this week, on Wednesday, Sony announced that in light of threats of 9/11-style attacks on movie theaters that showed their new movie, The Interview, they would be canceling the Christmas Day release of the film. The Interview, starring Seth Rogen and James Franco, depicted an assassination attempt of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un. Today, President Obama held his year-end press conference, and addressed the pulling of the film by Sony executives, and was disappointed, to say the least, at how the whole thing played out. President Obama: Sony made a mistake [in pulling “The Interview”]. http://t.co/ZCbqA8QE76 — New York Daily News (@NYDailyNews) December 19, 2014 Obama: We cannot have a society in which some dictator can start imposing censorship here in the United States. http://t.co/ZCbqA8QE76 — New York Daily News (@NYDailyNews) December 19, 2014 “I wish they had spoken to me first,” Obama said on Sony’s decision to pull “The Interview.” http://t.co/ZCbqA8QE76 — New York Daily News (@NYDailyNews) December 19, 2014 “We’ve got no indication that North Korea was acting in conjunction with another country.” -Obama http://t.co/ZCbqA8QE76 — New York Daily News (@NYDailyNews) December 19, 2014 We’ll have video clips of POTUS addressing Interview-gate as soon as its available.