Los Angeles: A copyrighted clip from 'The Interview', a new comedy movie which is widely speculated to be the one which prompted Guardians of Peace's hacking at Sony Pictures, has been landed online.
The short clip posted by Gawker was published alongside some emails between Seth Rogen, producer Evan Goldberg and Sony executives in which they discussed the death of Randall Park's character, Kim Jong-Un, reported Ace Showbiz.
The clip surfaced just one day after Sony's lawyer David Boies warned media to stop publishing materials from the hacking incident and destroy any data they have.
"We are writing to ensure that you are aware that SPE does not consent to your possession, review, copying, dissemination, publication, uploading, downloading or making any use of the stolen information," read the letter.
Rogen who wrote, produced and directed 'The Interview' talked about the hack yesterday when he stopped by 'Good Morning America' alongside co-star James Franco.
"I mean, I don't know if the hacking honestly is because of our movie, definitively or not. I know that it has been the center of a lot of media attention lately. It is weird because we just wanted to make a really funny, entertaining movie and the movie itself is very silly and wasn't meant to be controversial in any way," he had said.