North Korea seeks to work with U.S. in resolving Sony hack incident

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HOLLYWOOD, CA - With the Sony hack attack at center stage in the U.S., North Korea is joining the conversation to discuss their alleged involvement.

The FBI determined the hacks came from North Korea, but that country says otherwise.

North Korea says they're being framed for the crime, and would like to work with the U.S. in finding out who is really responsible.

This all comes after Sony pulled the film controversial comedy film, "The Interview" from theatres in the U.S., days before its scheduled release.

Many in show business aren't too happy about the decision.  Television host, Jon Stewart said, "That's it? So Kim Jong Un gets to decide what movies we make?"

President Obama even spoke about Sony pulling the movie.  "We cannot have a society in which some dictator someplace can start imposing censorship here in the United States," president Obama said.

North Korea claims there will be serious consequences if America chooses not to work them in finding who the culprit is.

Sounds like fighting words.  Apparently, North Korea feels America is the one picking the fight, though.

From the looks of it, this drama won't have a Hollywood ending, but we'll leave that up to the government.