From left, Diana Bang, as Sook; Seth Rogen, as Aaron; and James Franco, as Dave, in “The Interview.” Sony pulled the movie from theaters after hackers, the government said, got into Sony’s computers and threatened harm to those who attend the film in American theaters. The movie is about two Americans going to North Korea to assassinate North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un.
From left, Diana Bang, as Sook; Seth Rogen, as Aaron; and James Franco, as Dave, in “The Interview.” Sony pulled the movie from theaters after hackers, the government said, got into Sony’s computers and threatened harm to those who attend the film in American theaters. The movie is about two Americans going to North Korea to assassinate North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un. Ed Araquel Columbia Pictures-Sony
From left, Diana Bang, as Sook; Seth Rogen, as Aaron; and James Franco, as Dave, in “The Interview.” Sony pulled the movie from theaters after hackers, the government said, got into Sony’s computers and threatened harm to those who attend the film in American theaters. The movie is about two Americans going to North Korea to assassinate North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un. Ed Araquel Columbia Pictures-Sony

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