Sony Hack: Crackle Delays Cyberattack Film 'The Throwaways'

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The James Caan thriller was set to debut Dec. 19

Crackle has delayed its James Caan-Kevin Dillon hacker film The Throwaways in light of the devastating cyberattack on Sony Pictures Entertainment, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed. 

Crackle, which is backed by Sony, had set the film's premiere for Dec. 19 but has decided to push it until January, a rep for the video site told THR. The Wrap previously reported the news.

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A new release date has not yet been announced. Sony's systems were breached by a hacking group Nov. 24, leading to a trove of leaked documents and emails. 

Director Tony Bui's thriller centers on a hacker (Sam Huntington) who is apprehended by the CIA and forms a team of renegades to help the organization capture its most dangerous targets. 

The Throwaways stars Caan (Las Vegas), Dillon (Entourage), Huntington (Being Human) and Katie McGrath (NBC's Dracula). 

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