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Hollywood disgusted by "The Interview" demise

The decision by theater chains and Sony Pictures to scrap a spoof comedy amid threats from North Korea has positively disgusted many in the entertainment industry.

The Korean War Memorial



North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un







Rob Lowe found himself in league with former U.S. Speaker Newt Gingrich following the demise of "The Interview."

From Lowe:

and he retweeted this message by Georgia's former congressman:

Producer Judd Apatow, whose credits including Atlanta-filmed "Anchorman 2" and "Wanderlust," shared his outrage as well:

As did late-night host Jimmy Kimmel:

The other late-night Jimmy stuck to his usual fare:

Actress and humanitarian Mia Farrow was succinct:

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