Sony has already canceled the release of "The Interview," but apparently that wasn't enough for the Guardians of Peace. The group responsible for the huge Sony data theft is now demanding even more of the studio and wants to make it seem like the controversial move never existed.
Guardians of Peace sent a message to some Sony employees with further demands regarding "The Interview." Sony already canceled the release of the film when major theaters began to pull it from screens because Guardians of Peace threatened physical violence if theaters showed the movie.
On CNN Friday morning, [reporter Brian] Stelter reported: “They got what they wanted initially, and now they are going a step further.”
Guardians of Peace, who the government believes is associated with North Korea, now wants to make sure "The Interview" never sees the light of day in any form.