After receiving flak from as high up as the president for pulling The Interview, Sony is now saying it will publicly release the film. "Sony only delayed this," said Sony's attorney David Boies on NBC's Meet The Press. He clarified that last week's announcement was only meant to signal a delay on The Interview's planned Christmas Day release. "Sony has been fighting to get this picture distributed. It will be distributed.” He did qualify that neither he nor Sony executives knew exactly how to proceed with the release. "How it's going to be distributed, I don't think anybody knows quite yet, but it's going to be distributed," he said. In addition to criticizing Sony's decision to halt the release of The Interview, Obama said he was considering adding North Korea back onto the government's list of state sponsors of terrorism.