News Judd Apatow, Steve Carell, and More Stars React to Sony Canceling 'The Interview' By Rosalyn Oshmyansky 12:20 PM PST, December 18, 2014 Columbia Pictures Did America just lose its first cyberwar? Sony announced Wednesday that The Interview will not be released after a hack leaked embarrassing executive emails, full-length movies and threatened Americans in theaters with 9/11-like attacks if they went to see it. The Interview stars Seth Rogen and James Franco, and in the comedy, North Korea's Kim Jong-Un is assassinated. But the actors need not worry as their famous friends are standing up for them and their right to creative expression.NEWS: Here is Sony's statement about canceling 'The Interview' Taking to Twitter, everyone from Judd Apatow to Rob Lowe to Mitt Romney are blasting Sony's decision to cancel the controversial comedy's theatrical release.I think it is disgraceful that these theaters are not showing The Interview. Will they pull any movie that gets an anonymous threat now?— Judd Apatow (@JuddApatow) December 17, 2014I can't believe #TheInterview was canceled. I'm in shock. A movie isn't worth standing up for but a principal is. — M. Night Shyamalan (@MNightShyamalan) December 18, 2014NEWS: The Hollywood Hacking Scandal: Is No One Safe? Do you agree with these celebs? Join the conversation using #ETnow.Check out the video below to see Oprah and more star react to the Sony hack.