Hackers claim they have an unreleased Disney movie
Disney might be the latest victim of Hollywood hackers.
The Hollywood reporter posted an article saying, Walt Disney's CEO Bob Iger revealed that was exactly the case to a bunch of Walt Disney employees in account hall meeting.
It appears a group of hackers have demanded an undisclosed ransom from the company claiming they Stolen an upcoming film on Disney's release [UNKNOWN].
There's no word on which movie the hackers may have lifted.
This year Disney will be releasing five additional major blockbuster's.
Pirates of the Caribbean, Dead Men Tell No Tales, Cars 3, Spiderman Homecoming, [UNKNOWN] And Star Wars episode 8, The Last Jedi.
Of course there's also a chance these hackers only have the first twenty minutes of a movie, or they could be completely bluffing and have nothing at all.
The group asked for the ransom to be paid via BitCoin, and if their demands weren't met the movie would be chopped up and released to the public in increments.
What sounds like a clich�� kidnapping movie, Iger reportedly told those Walt Disney employees, the company will be working with federal law enforcement to find the people responsible for the threat, and will not be paying up.
Which totally makes sense, because everybody knows that you never pay kidnappers and negotiate terrorists in movies.
Maybe they can hire John Wick to hunt down these guys My God, this could be its own movie.
You're super welcome for your next blockbuster, Hollywood.
For more information, check out cnet.com.
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