Hollywood voiced solidarity with French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, as some linked Wednesday’s deadly attack on it to the recent freedom-of-speech controversy over a comedy film about North Korea.
Celebrities expressed outrage and support online, while the Motion Picture Association of America made a direct link between the Paris massacre that killed 12 and the hacking and threats to Hollywood studio Sony Pictures over the movie “The Interview.”
“We are shocked and saddened by the horrific terrorist attack at Charlie Hebdo that occurred today,” said MPAA head Chris Dodd in a statement.
“Our industry has experienced firsthand cowardly attempts (to destroy) freedom of speech, and we offer our expression of support to the victims and their families, as well as the French people.”
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