As the cyber attack on Sony Pictures Entertainment continues to cripple the media company, embarrassing its top executives and those who do business with them, Seth Rogen tells ABC News’s Good Morning America he does not regret making Sony’s new movie, The Interview and that it’s the responsibility of others “who are much smarter than me” to have analyzed the possible blow-back of the film — his job is to make people laugh.
A group calling itself Guardians of Peace has claimed responsibility of the hack which it says is in retaliation for the movie; the group claims to haves stolen 100 terabytes of data from Sony servers (10 terabytes can hold the entire printed collection of the Library of Congress). Among the embarrassing emails, Sony chair Amy Pascal and producer Scott Rudin have apologized for remarks they made about President Obama.
ABC News sent press excerpts of Rogen and…
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