Watch: Final Trailer for 'The Interview' Introduces Us to Kim Jong-Un
by Ethan Anderton
November 24, 2014
Source: Sony Pictures
"Did you just say China? And did you just say dong?" With almost exactly one month left until Seth Rogen and James Franco arrive in theaters with their latest comedy The Interview, the final trailer for the film has arrived, and this time we get much more Kim Jong-Un (Randall Park). The CIA paints the militant leader of North Korea as a master manipulator, but it appears as if the dimwitted talk show host Dave Skylark (Franco) finds a lot in common with him, like their love of Katy Perry. This trailer isn't quite as energetic or funny as the previous red band trailer, but there's still some great new stuff on display here.
Here's the final trailer for Seth Rogen & Evan Goldberg's The Interview from Sony Pictures:
If you haven't seen the previous red band trailer for The Interview, you can watch it right here.
The Interview is written and directed by Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg (of This is the End previously, and the co-writers of Superbad, The Green Hornet, Pineapple Express), with a story the duo wrote with "The Daily Show" scribe Dan Sterling. In the comedy, James Franco plays the handsome talk show host of "Skylark Tonight" who finds himself and his producer (Rogen) into a dangerous CIA organized plot to assassinate the leader of North Korea under the guise of a television interview. Columbia Pictures will be releasing Rogen & Goldberg's new comedy The Interview starting this holiday season on Christmas Day.
Not bad. I wish the actor playing Un looked more like the actual man.
DAVIDPD on Nov 24, 2014
Why no comments? Come on, this looks hilarious!
Sascha Dikiciyan on Nov 25, 2014
ragethorn on Nov 26, 2014
I sort of wish they didn't show the buddying up with Kim side of it, that would have been a good surprise.
Carpola on Nov 26, 2014
Once again, a trailer just gave us the ending. Thanks Hollywood! You just saved me from spending $13.
ali3000 on Nov 26, 2014
I so don't want to like this movie but it does look hilarious.
ragethorn on Nov 26, 2014
Franchise slum Hollywood continues to treat KOREA, when it treats KOREA at all, ---as FARCE. MEANWHILE, some 5 decades of milestone anniversaries for the awesomely relevant, 21st century DEFIINING -----------------------KOREAN WAR---------------------- --------------------------------------------stand 'mysteriously overlooked'. BEWARE
ITITtooIT on Dec 3, 2014
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