Not only does President Barack Obama think Sony Pictures Entertainment should have canceled The Interview, he also can't get one of the stars' name right!
In a speech Friday, Obama said that he understands the concerns that plagued the company, but ultimately believes that they should have kept the Seth Rogen and James Franco film (the president called Franco "Flacco" LOL) as planned instead of scrapping its Christmas Day release.
"I am sympathetic to the concerns that [Sony] faced," he said. "Having said all that, yes I think they made a mistake."
He continued to criticize the Hollywood studio, saying that the North Korean government shouldn't control what America releases.
"We cannot have a society in which some dictator some place can start imposing censorship here in the United States," he added.
The president's press conference follows the FBI's statement confirming that the North Korean government was responsible for the incessant hack attack. Following threats from the "Guardians of Peace" to attack theaters and moviegoers should the satire be screened, Sony decided to yank the film.