Judd Apatow is weighing in on the controversy swirling around Sony’s The Interview. Last night, he tweeted: “I am not going to let a terrorist threat shut down freedom of speech. I am going to The Interview.” But today the filmmaker aimed his anger at theater owners:

He followed that up with three more missives, all sent before Sony officially pulled the plug on the film’s planned Christmas Day release:

Not long after, Jimmy Kimmel commented on Apatow’s tweet, saying that pulling the movie was “an un-American act of cowardice”:

Awhile later, Apatow retweeted Steve Carell’s comment on the day’s events. Carell is feeling some personal sting after New Regency today scrapped a North Korea-set project the he was set to star in:

https://twitter.com/SteveCarell/status/545360994923323392