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Seth Rogen & James Franco Cancel All Upcoming Public Appearances After Sony Hackers' Terrorism Threat

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The Sony hackers have finally hit too close to home for Seth Rogen and James Franco.

The stars shrugged off their personal leaks and lamented those of Sony's many employees.

But now that the hackers have gone from releasing info to full-on domestic terror threats, the comedy stars are getting serious.

[ Related: Seth Rogen On The Sony Hack And The Interview: 'Wasn't Meant To Be Controversial' ]

Both Seth and James have reportedly cancelled all upcoming appearances up to Thursday's NYC screening of their movie The Interview.

The pair were scheduled to appear on The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon on Wednesday night; Seth was set to appear solo on ​Late Night with Seth Meyers on Thursday.

You can't blame the stars for worrying about their safety. The Department of Homeland Security may not deem the threat credible, but sometimes you can't take the chance.

But how awful that we live in a world where making a silly film can get people threatening innocent lives.

[Image via Bauer Griffin Online.]

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16 comments to “Seth Rogen & James Franco Cancel All Upcoming Public Appearances After Sony Hackers' Terrorism Threat”

  1. hypocrital says – reply to this


    What a surprise! Two pretentious atheists receding face of danger… Danger, I repeat that they themselves provoked!
    It is a shame.. Because this would have been an excellent opportunity for these two clowns to finally show the world How they had the balls to go with their usual pretentious statements…

    Cowards.. typical from any satanistfuckers!

  2. north park says – reply to this


    If ever there were any victim in a theatre during this movie projection, then I do hope the victim relatives will launch lawsuit against our two assholes!

  3. Max says – reply to this


    Somewhere Anne Hathaway is giggling.

  4. Michael says – reply to this


    @ hypocritical and northpark. Oh you are sooo scary talking smack safely behind your monitor. You along with these so called "hackers" deserve a bullet to the head. god or no god.

  5. MichJB says – reply to this


    They are probably hiding under the covers together, giving each other handjobs for comfort.

  6. Michael ....? says – reply to this


    Re: Michael – This sounds like a death threat.
    Would you like to reveal your true identity? Given that you are courageous.

  7. I need your help owner says – reply to this


    I was wondering if this site had a policy against death threats, and if yes? Are there a guide to help with the procedure?

  8. Ding Dong Donny says – reply to this


    That they have allowed themselves to be so bullied, that they run and hide, is something they will not live down easily
    Also it puts a mark on them for anyone wanting to hire them ever

  9. 9

    No plans to see this movie, but not because of these so-called threats but just because I do not like James Franco.

  10. @v@ says – reply to this


    They may have been asked/told to keep the low profile, considering. The hacking is no small potatoes.

  11. harleymutt says – reply to this


    Re: @v@ – That's true but when you are saying in interviews as late as yesterday that they are not going to let this affect them and we shouldn't give into fear and we should just carry on as normal then it looks like the advice was for everybody else and not them, just makes hypocrites out of them.

  12. Bevie says – reply to this


    This is all baloney…I bet Sony even made up the hacking….the guys couldn't BUY this kind of publicity…

  13. Mad says – reply to this


    Not surprised by the outcome of all this…What the hell did they think would happen if they made a movie about killing an actual living ruler of a country? North Korea is an awful country, but the people who are loyal to it or even sympathize with them are not going to back down. They should have known this movie would backfire on them, but they underestimated N. Korea and look what happened.

  14. @v@ says – reply to this


    Re: harleymutt – Yep. They are, however, a corporation and not a country with a free speech foreign policy, so there's that.

  15. cary67 says – reply to this


    Here's a different viewpoint on this situation:

  16. Liway says – reply to this


    I am not condoning the Sony hacking in anyway. But The Interview has got to be one of the most stupid movies ever made. No imagination. Just want your money. Kill another country’s leader. Wow… how original. Nobody has done that before. (sarcasm)

    These two (Seth Rogen and James Franco) are the most overrated ‘actors’ these days. They can’t act. They make crappy movies and they’re ugly no matter how much they try to act like heartthrobs. Watching The Interview is not patriotic. Stop manipulating people. You are no better than the hackers. The Interview is not showing America in a good light and it is contributing to the dumbing down of Americans.