Michael Lynton
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Sony Pictures CEO 'did not cave' by scrapping The Interview

Sony Pictures says it is looking at different ways to release the film satire the Interview, after scrapping its opening following a cyber-attack blamed on North Korea.

It said it had only cancelled the film's 25 December release after cinemas pulled out.

US President Barack Obama said it "made a mistake" cancelling the release.

Responding to the president's comments, Sony Pictures chief executive and chairman Michael Lynton told CNN's Fareed Zakaria GPS it had not made an error in pulling the film.

  • 20 Dec 2014
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