Sony Hack Leads To Shutdown In Production On Films

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The Times reports filming on Sony Pictures movies has stopped due to money issues.

Time said that, Agencies filming for Sony Pictures have cancelled shoots because the problems have left it unable to process payments, a source told The Times.

Sony and MGM’s latest Bond movie, “Spectre,” started production Mon. Dec. 8.

According to emails that have leaked , the budget costing over $300 millions. That figure would make “Spectre” one of the most expensive movies ever made.Reuters reported the hack could cost Sony Pictures $100 million.

The hack has lead to leak of email accounts and salaries of celebrity aliases, Sony executives,  and details on future movie plans,among much more.

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