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Update: Sony plans on releasing "The Interview"

Four days after announcing that they would not release The Interview, Sony Entertainment has decided they’re going to release the movie after all–just not in the way you think. 274 more words


The Interview Cancellation

The Interview, starring comedy duo Seth Rogen and James Franco (or Flacco, if you’re President Obama), has been a controversial topic ever since its inception with North Korea promising retaliation upon its release. 531 more words


How to Assassinate a World Leader on Film or: Why North Korea and Sony Are Both Wrong

by Gabriel Valdez

First thing’s first. I don’t like North Korea. They treat their citizens the only way a military dictatorship seems to know how. It’s a nation ruled by bullies and propped up so long only because China prefers a buffer between American land forces in South Korea and themselves. 1,848 more words

Industry Analysis

No Interview For 'The Interview' Sony Scraps Movie!

Sony Pictures has made official what was obvious to me and many of my listeners, when hackers threatened to cause harm to movie theaters if ‘The Interview,’ was released Christmas week. 116 more words

Entertainment News

You Can't See The Interview, but I Did

Correction appended

A decade ago, when Trey Parker and Matt Stone’s Team America: World Police made mock of Kim Jong Il, the North Korean regime didn’t threaten retaliation — maybe because Kim, like all the other people in the movie, was portrayed as a marionette. 1,198 more words

Sony scraps "The Interview" after Hacking Fallout

Sony Pictures has officially scrapped the Christmas Day release of The Interview.

Late last month, Sony Pictures was hacked by a group known as the “Guardians of Peace” (GOP). 335 more words


Review: Mean Girls (2004)

“Raise your hand if you have ever been personally victimized by Regina George?”
– Mrs Norbury

SYNOPSIS: Raised in African bush country by her zoologist parents, Cady Heron thinks she knows about survival of the fittest. 557 more words