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5:31 PM - Saturday, December 20, 2014
12/18/2014 - WSJ.com
Ripples from Sony Pictures’ decision not to release its controversial comedy “The Interview” immediately reached other entertainment projects in the works as producers and studios sought to distance themselves from productions involving North Korea.
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