The time has come.
Katherine Hepburn once said Hollywood people were pigs. I wonder what she'd say about Sony executives and their emails dishing their employees and contractors? Hollywood execs have the reputation for being pretty greedy and not too concerned about morality - in case you haven't noticed - so I don't feel bad about their loss.
As far as the film, The Interview, I suspect it would have been another lame attempt at gross comedy - so no loss for me. The plot is offensive - no doubt about it. Not just to N. Korea either, especially since every late night comedian makes fun of N. Korea's leader all of the time, so no big deal. However, portraying 'journalists' or tabloid talk-show hosts as spies and assassins doesn't bode well for real journalists in the field, many of whom risk their lives to do real journalism in countries already hostile to American interests. Our enemies will now have reason to be even more suspicious of journalists.
Liberty and freedom has been corrupted and misused in our country. North Korea just gave us a 'warning'. Someday it may be taken away completely.
Obviously there is cyber war and we lost this round - but that's another issue. A film with an assassination plot doesn't give us much moral ground for us to stand on. Just saying.