Here we go. In the first of what's sure to be many, a documentary about the Sony hacks is currently in the works from Jehane Noujaim and Karim Amer, the team who made the 2013 Oscar-nominated (and Emmy Award-winning) doc The Square.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, the movie is expected to explore alternative theories as to who actually hacked Sony, shut down their servers, and leaked massive troves of emails from high-ranking executives like former Sony Pictures chief Amy Pascal. The FBI and White House have named North Korea as the perpetrator, although many in the security community have questioned that conclusion and called for more data to be released.
The hackers, who call themselves Guardians of Peace, shut down Sony Pictures' computers on November 24th. The group then released over 170,000 emails and 30,000 documents in apparent retaliation for the Seth Rogen / James Franco comedy about North Korea, The Interview. That data — which is now being hosted by Wikileaks — is still making news, most recently in stories about the production of Cameron Crowe's Aloha.
As far as we're aware no major studio has greenlit production on an action thriller based on the Sony Hacks — probably starring The Rock — but it's only a matter of time.