North Korea declares war on “the Interview”.

This is a comedy film about a plot to assassinate North Korea's leader, Kim Jong Un.
Seth Rogen, James Franco,Randall Park

If you’ve ever seen him on the news you know right away that Kim Jong Un doesn’t appear to be a funny man. While the rest of the world might find humor in some of his actions, he clearly takes himself very seriously. North Korean leaders have been the subject of several comedy routines in the past. But no one in power in North Korea is laughing.

Kim Jong Un hasn’t seen the movie yet he has been very vocal about his feelings. Sounds like a couple of movie critics  that have reviewed other movies. There is little to no chance that the film will be shown in North Korea but he still wants control, threatening to take “stern” and “merciless” retaliation if the film airs anywhere. Wars have been fought over a number of issues but Brendan Spaar thinks this might be the first time a country has declared a movie to be “an Act of War”.

Seth Rogen had a great response to this “crisis”. He posted that “people don’t usually wanna kill me for one of my movies until after they’ve paid 12 bucks for it.” This movie will definitely be one that Brendan Spaar will be first in line to see.