Americans may still be wondering when they'll be able to see The Interview, seeing as how Sony has currently canceled all plans to release the film.
But whenever we do get a chance to see Seth Rogen and James Franco comically attempt to assassinate Kim Jong Un, so will North Korea!
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The Human Rights Campaign has been using balloons to drop information into the country, which keeps itself largely cut off from the rest of the world (they don't even have the Internet!).
In addition to leaflets telling people their government is lying to them, the balloons also sometimes contain items like Real Housewives DVDs, chocolate, and
Boy, this is getting scary!
Following in the lead of James Franco, Seth Rogen has also beefed up his security by hiring a new bodyguard who we are hearing is quite the real deal!
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The Interview's director, star, and story-writer was walking through LAX on Wednesday alongside his new man who insiders say:
WOW! Well at least they're working on something. We just don't know what it will be!
Ever since Sony decided to pull the James Franco and Seth Rogen-created film The Interview everyone has been up in arms about it in so many different ways.
Celebrities are furious about the restriction of freedom of expression but more importantly everyone is wondering the same thing…
Will those responsible for the hacking be brought to justice?
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News broke on December 17 that insiders were saying that our government managed to link North Korea directly to the source of the attacks.
So the world collectively wondered — will the U.S. strike back?
We think it's safe to say that Sony didn't have the best 2014.
After getting hacked, having private emails made public, and being threatened into cancelling The Interview's theatrical release… the studio just had to make their toughest call yet.
Not only will James Franco and Seth Rogen's action comedy not be screened in theaters, it seems that it's never going to be seen at all!
Even more drama!
By now, you've probably heard that The Interview has been cancelled from airing in any theaters, but we've got an update that makes this story even crazier.
While no theaters will be able to show the James Franco and Seth Rogen comedy about killing the leader of North Korea, that's not stopping one Texas theater from giving it their all!
It looks like James Franco is taking some extra safety precautions, and we can't really blame him.
For the past couple of weeks, a major hack on Sony has leaked tons of information on actor salaries and juicy executive emails, but things took a scary turn on Tuesday when the hackers promised 9/11-like attacks on ANY theater showing The Interview.
Well, it appears James is taking these threats VERY seriously as he was spotted leaving a restaurant in Manhattan on Tuesday night with a noticeably HUGE bodyguard.
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This came shortly after the film's New York premiere was cancelled, and just today it was announced that Sony was axing the film's released completely since so many theaters were declining to show it.
The sight was a bit strange considering the 36-year-old is rarely seen with a bodyguard, and hopefully he wont need one for much longer.
[Image via Splash News.]
UPDATE: Sources tell CNN that U.S. investigators have determined that the hackers that perpetrated the Sony hack were indeed working for North Korea.
An announcement could come as soon as Thursday, so be ready for more updates as more is revealed.
It looks like Sony will not be putting out The Interview at all.
After most major movie theater chains pulled the film from their schedules following the threats of terrorism made by hackers, Sony has decided to shelve the Seth Rogen and James Franco comedy entirely.
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In a statement, the studio said: