Transcript for Tinseltown Reacts to Sony Response
Including George Clooney who lashed out overnight, calling it terrorism. And blaming Hollywood for backing down. And Tom llamas has that side of the story. Reporter: Good morning. Remember, Clooney's e-mails were hacked as well. They were leaked. And since "The interview" is the film no one will see, Clooney said Hollywood's most powerful should stand together, instead he says they're hiding in fear. George, look right here. Reporter: In an exclusive interview on deadline.com overnight, George Clooney slams the press for the coverage of the hacking scandal and accuses insiders of leaving son you out to dry. Last week he circulated a petition to other power players asking them to stand with Sony, but couldn't get one person to sign on. Clany tells deadline, this is where we are right now. How scared this industry has been made. He goes on to say we cannot be told we can not see something by Kim jong-un of all ex-me tifl people. We have allowed North Korea to dictate content. That is insane. I think a lot of actors and directors and producers are frustrated that North Korea convinced Sony not to release this movie. To want kill Kim jong-un? Totally. Reporter: He says that with just a bit of work you could have found that it wasn't just probably North Korea, it was North Korea. It's going to take a really long time for the wounds to heal and for them to move forward. They have been devastated in the last two weeks before the leaks. Reporter: It's not getting easier for Sony. They are putting their popular studio tours on hiatus. They won't say it's because of the cyber attack. And the big question moving closer to Christmas, what else is coming? The hackers promised a Christmas surprise. But Sony's pulled the picture that led to this, it's unclear if the hackers are satisfied. Wait and see. We will. And white house as well, Jon
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