‘The Interview’ actors uncertain of movie link
Actors Seth Rogan and James Franco have openly discussed the Sony cyber attack saga.
JOHANNESBURG - Actor Seth Rogan says he's not sure if the hacking incident has anything to do with the movieThe Interview.
Sony on Wednesday pulled the Christmas Day release of the film depicting a fictional assassination of the North Korean President Kim Jong-un.
This after major theatre chains said they would not show it due to unspecified threats made by the hackers.
The United States on Friday blamed North Korea for the devastating cyber attack, calling it an unacceptable act of intimidation.
Washington vowed to impose "costs and consequences" on those responsible.
Why did WW1 start? Franz Ferdinand was assassinated
Why did WW2 start? Germany invaded Poland
Why did WW3 start? Seth Rogen made a movie
- Oscar (@CynicalOscar) December 22, 2014
If World War 3 is about to start can it please not be over a Seth Rogen movie? Could someone at least assassinate an Archduke?— Tom Eaton (@TomEatonSA) December 22, 2014
North Korea, the real threat is not Seth Rogen. It's the Kardashians! #TeamAmerica— Cody Alan (@cmtcody) December 22, 2014
Sony should make its own movie about the hacking fiasco, starring James Franco as Seth Rogen MT @fuggirls— Sarah Lyall (@sarahlyall) December 22, 2014
Kanye West rapped his entire new album to Seth Rogen in the back of a limo, just to get his opinion.— Did You Know? (@Know) December 22, 2014