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(CNN) - In an unexpected twist, Sony's decision has actually managed to get some hardcore Hollywood liberals and prominent republicans on the same page. So maybe the terrorists haven't won after all?
From Mitt Romney to Michael Moore, there has been widespread backlash against Sony for pulling "The Interview" over terrorism threats. Celebrity critics instantly took to twitter, calling the move everything from an act of cowardice, to a threat to freedom.
And filmmaker Michael Moore, who directed and produced the highly controversial film "Fahrenheit 9/11" released a statement today which reads, in part, "both the studio and myself, plus some theaters, received numerous threats warning us not to show it. None of this deterred any of us from releasing "Fahrenheit 9/11." We just hired more security."
CNN's Paul Vercammen joined "The Lead" live from L.A. with more Hollywood reaction.