Transcript for Sony Pictures Vows to Release 'The Interview' in Some Form
New developments in the massive Sony hack attack. North Korea accusing the Obama administration of being behind the making of the movie "The interview." ABC's Tom llamas is here with the latest. Reporter: Lara, good morning to you. Sony says they will release the movie "The interview" in some form. This as the cyberattack escalating to an international incident and the hackers apparently mocking the FBI. Long proclaiming its innocence, North Korea is now saying they know who did hack Sony. President Obama. The claim made on state-run TV one day after the U.S. Publicly accused the communist country of coordinating the Sony cyberattack. A government spokesman talking about targeting the white house, the Pentagon, all of mainland usa, if the U.S. Does not agree to a joint investigation with the north Koreans. I don't think it was an act of war. I think it was an act of cybervandalism that was costly, expensive. Reporter: The administration reviewing with whether or not to put Korea back on its list of state-sponsored terrorism. If the United States retaliates, there will be retributi retribution. Reporter: Over the weekend, the hackers taunting the FBI with a new message sent to the Hal Hollywood reporter. The new message links to this, you are an idiot. They're mocking the FBI, congratulating them on the effort to find who they are. Reporter: The Hollywood reporter couldn't verify the a authenticity of the e-mail. Sony says they are exploring ways to distribute "The interview." So far, no details. Today, North Korea is refusing to participate in a discussion about its human rights record.
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