On Monday, Sony Pictures fell victim to a widespread hack that disabled employee email and electronic systems – a group calling itself Guardians of Peace (or "GOP") claimed to have obtained all the studio's internal data, and threatened to release it if certain demands weren't met.
And now, it seems they're making good on the threat.
Screeners of current and upcoming Sony releases "Fury," "Annie," "Mr. Turner," "Still Alice" and "To Write Love on Her Arms" have been leaked to various piracy sites on the web.
“The theft of Sony Pictures Entertainment content is a criminal matter, and we are working closely with law enforcement to address it,” a Sony spokeswoman told Variety.
To make matters worse, the filmmakers of upcoming Sony release – James Franco and Seth Rogen's Kim Jong Un assassination parody – "The Interview" were recently threatened with "stern punishment" by a North Korean government-controlled website, so now the studio is investigating a possible connection.