This program is about 1 hour long
(Studio: Fareed Zakaria) The exclusive CNN interview with Sony CEO Michael Lynton featured. [LYNTON@- denies making a mistake: reviews the sequence of events that stressed Sony, but a threat came out leading to the movie theaters saying they would not carry the movie; states we are considering our options; notes we did speak to White House advisers; comments on the threats that led to theaters balking; reviews the sequence of the problems with the North Koreans about the movie.]
(Studio: John Berman) More of the Lynton interview on "Sony Cyberterror" on Sunday noted.
(Studio: John Berman) Live discussion held with CNN's Fareed Zakaria, who held the interview with the Sony Pictures CEO, CNN media correspondent Brian Stelter & filmmaker James Jones about Sony, the film & the cyber attack. [ZAKARIA - says it was the worst cyber attack in US history & Sony had no support from the industry; suggests the movie will be seen fairly soon; guesses why CEO Lynton decided to talk today: because the narrative was Sony caved.] [STELTER - says Sony owns ways to get this movie out; notes the hackers' new threatening e-mails to Sony.] [JONES - notes President Obama's despair about the matter; suggests Kim Jong Un sees this as a propaganda win; comments on secret filming of North Korean hackers from Bureau 121.]
(Studio: John Berman; Washington: Candy Crowley) This strange day with interview with President Obama & Lynton about cyber attacks events, what Obama suggested about dealing with North Korea about this act of "cyber vandalism" & the White House message in having the President only take questions from women at the pres conference discussed.
(Studio: John Berman) Live discussion held with CNN's David Gergen & Gloria Borger about the news conference that included the North Korea-Sony story. [BORGER - analyzes what Obama said about the Sony story; suggests the president feels unshackled & got a legacy lift with Cuba.] [GERGEN - suggests Obama sees himself as a clutch basketball player scoring some points the last few weeks after the elections; comments on the president's checklist & his recent liberal actions.]
(Washington: Dana Bash) Bachmann's unforgettable House exit featured; scenes & photos shown. [BACHMANN - jokes about being a thorn for both sides, running the hallways of Congress; comments on sexism in politics: that women are not listened to; raps.] Bachmann discussed.