The hackers who perpetrated a massive cyberattack on Sony have stolen an early version of the script of "Spectre," the upcoming installment of the James Bond 007 series, according to a report.
The Daily Telegraph reports that producers of the film, which began shooting just this month, made the discovery on Saturday. The outline of the plot has been kept under tight wraps ahead of the movie's wide release on November 6, 2015.
Separately, a Sony spokesman dismissed reports that the breach prompted the studio to stop production on several films, telling the Telegraph that "productions are still moving forward."
North Korean hackers are widely suspected to be the source of the breach, which exposed executive and actors' salaries, production budgets for upcoming movies, and even damaging email exchanges between top Sony executives.
A full report can be found at The Daily Telegraph's website.