Sony has cancelled visits to its studios in Culver City, California, following threats of hacker who already scuttled the release of Seth Rogen and James Franco film, ‘maintenance ‘.
Excursions were cancelled last week and will not resume this year, said the Hollywood Reporter.
Two-hour walking tour takes guests in his and marking the steps as well as the series of television programs such as “Jeopardy” and “Wheel of Fortune”, according to the website.
The studio feared that someone might deviate from the group, TMZ reports.
Today, guided tours until January 2 are listed as “sold out” on the ticketing site, and no dates are available for purchase beyond that point.
Wednesday, Sony cancelled the release of “The Interview” after that the pirates who have stolen corporate documents, emails and other data threatened terrorist attacks on any theatre, screening of the film.
The film is a comedy about a plot to kill North Korean dictator Kim Jong a. The U.S. Government believes would have been that North Korea is behind the attacks and threats.