Here’s guessing Seth Rogen, Evan Goldberg, and James Franco never thought their North Korea assassination comedy would come to this.
The studio canceled the film’s theatrical release after Regal, AMC, and Cinemark joined other chains in deciding not to screen the new Seth Rogen-James Franco movie. Theaters began dropping the film in response to threats mentioning the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11.
The stars of Sony’s upcoming film pulled out of all planned media appearances, including a live BuzzFeed Brews event, on Tuesday. UPDATE: The studio also told movie exhibitors it would not object if they pulled the film from theaters.
“Do you think there will be a possibility that Kim Jun Eun may launch missles to our office if we release it?” said a Sony executive based in South Korea.
Everything you’ve ever wanted and more.
“We are sending you our warning again,” the hackers said.
Long live the King of Selfies.
The regime has denied that it was behind the devastating film studio hack but says it “might be a righteous deed of the supporters and sympathizers with the DPRK.”
James Franco’s fans had an hour Saturday to give him whatever orders they could think up.
“I was hoping to be teamed up with a woman, but I guess Franco’s the next best thing.”
No, this is not a joke about James Franco.
“Oh, man, the geeks have inherited the Earth.”
Okay, so maybe this isn’t what Raphael had in mind…
Read an exclusive excerpt from James Franco’s new book Hollywood Dreaming: Stories, Pictures, and Poems.
His 40th birthday. *head explodes*
Living with another man doesn’t “prove” that you’re gay.
The star’s latest work as a director is about a man who becomes a murderous necrophiliac.