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Rob Lowe slams Sony for cancelling The Interview release

entertainment Updated: Dec 18, 2014 11:42 IST
Rob Lowe slams Sony for cancelling The Interview release

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Slamming Sony Pictures after they decided to cancell the release of the film, The Interview, Rob Lowe called the movie company a "spineless" sellout comparing it to the famous British Prime Minister who caved in to Hitler.

The 50-year-old actor tweeted that he never seen or heard of anything like this and Hollywood had done Neville Chamberlain proud today and Chamberlain famously conceded Czechoslovakia to the Nazis in 1938, TMZ.com reported.






Jimmy Kimmel tweeted that an un-American act of cowardice that validated terrorist actions and sets a terrifying precedent and Newt Gingrich got into the act.



Lowe then replied that no one should kid themselves and with the Sony collapse America has lost its first cyberwar.



The American actor asserted that it was a very dangerous precedent.