Hollywood, California – North Korea has confessed its involvement in forcing Sony to cancel The Interview, a film that follows two journalists in their journey to kill North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un. Hired by the CIA, Seth Rogen spearheads the journalistic duo in an apparent attempt at a lighthearted comedy about assassinating a world leader.
Surprisingly, Kim Jong Un did not take kindly to the movie and as many suspected launched hacktivists “The Guardians of Peace” to strike Sony. After enduring weeks of leaked Sony internal emails and finally issuing terror threats against any theater that would dare show the movie, Sony and Hollywood have agreed to fully cancel any and all showings of The Interview.
But when it rains it pours for Seth Rogen. In their latest communique, Sony revealed that Kim Jong Un’s sponsored group demanded ‘Rogen never act in a Hollywood movie, or there shall be dire consequences’.
Effective immediately, Rogen has been stripped of his SAG card and banned from Hollywood.
Insiders are concerned that with Sony’s actions, other nations and terrorist may now attempt a hacking campaign against Hollywood studios who air movies that are offensive to them. By caving in to terrorism, Sony may have inadvertently given a path to censorship for those who love to stand against freedom.