Movie theater owners said Wednesday that individual theaters may delay viewing Sony Pictures` North Korea parody "The Interview," after threats from a hacking group that waged a massive cyber attack on the movie studio.
Actor-director Seth Rogen defended the choice to parody North Korean leader Kim Jong-un in raunchy comedy "The Interview," the movie that sparked a real-life threat from the country and is suspected as the possible cause of a damaging cyber attack on Sony Pictures Entertainment.
Wondering what Hollywood funnyman Seth Rogen is doing in a pine coloured suit, escaping blown up cars and engaging in physical combat? He has now turned a masked crime fighter in "The Green Hornet". And he didn`t quite have the last laugh filming the action scenes.