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Seth Rogen reflects upon his comedy film The Interview, and almost starting a war with North Korea.
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Sony CEO Amy Pascal is stepping down in the wake of the company being aggressively hacked, but will continue producing films with backing from Sony.
'The Interview' will hit Netflix later this month, and new reports reveal how much money Sony lost on the controversial Seth Rogen and James Franco comedy.
Demand for the Seth Rogen/James Franco comedy 'The Interview' is building among the North Korean people, and it's not sitting well with Kim Jong Un's regime.
Sony has revealed which online platforms will be taking part in the VOD release for 'The Interview' - including YouTube Movies, Google Play, and more!
Sony has announced 'The Interview' will open in select theaters on Christmas Day after all, and the film may get an On Demand release too.
With Sony scrapping 'The Interview's December release due to terror threats, writers, actors and directors have stepped forward to voice their concerns.
Theater chains such as Cinemark, Regal, and AMC have all either dropped or delayed the release of Seth Rogen and James Franco's 'The Interview', following a terrorist threat.
Sony has given theaters permission to cancel screenings of 'The Interview' following a terrorist threat, and Carmike Cinemas is the first to pull the film.
Two celebrity journalists, who land an interview with Kim Jong-un, are then ordered by the CIA to assassinate him.