In the wake of Sony's decision to cancel its planned release of Seth Rogen and James Franco's "The Interview," and New Regency's opting to not move forward with Steve Carell's tenatively-titled "Pyongyang," actors, politicians and directors are taking to Twitter to express their disappointment and anger.
"Night at the Museum" star Ben Stiller noted:
While director Judd Apatow (who has worked with Carell on multiple films) wrote:
Jimmy Kimmel engaged director Apatow in a discussion based on another tweet:
Neither Rogen nor Franco have put comments on Twitter, but that hasn't stopped Carell:
Rob Lowe did pass on some Rogen thoughts secondhand:
And then ended up in a Twitter discussion with former Speaker of the House and Congressman Newt Gingrich:
Zach Braff summed it up nicely:
As did Dax Shepard, noting that the decision had to have been a tough one:
And Josh Gad worried for the future:
That said, there were those who found a dark humor in the situation, like documentarian Michael Moore:
And Damon Wayans Jr.