Watch: Seth Rogen & Company Talk About Making 'The Interview'
After extensively covered controversy and removal from major theater chains, Sony Pictures still released The Interview in theaters on Christmas Day, but only in over 300 independent theaters across the country. But the movie also got a boost from being made available on VOD outlets like YouTube, Xbox, Google Play and a site called Kernel that Sony used to make the movie available online. Since the release, Seth Rogen & Evan Goldberg have been mostly quiet, with the exception of general hype and excitement, but a 23-minute interview with VICE from before the Los Angeles premiere of the film (which went off without a hitch) is now online featuring the filmmaking duo and co-star James Franco. Watch!
Here's an interview with Seth Rogen, Evan Goldberg & James Franco from VICE:
Here's the list of theaters you can catch The Interview at right now, right here. Go see it!
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 released Rogen & Goldberg's new comedy The Interview in limited theaters and VOD outlets on Christmas Day.
Reader Feedback - 9 Comments
I dug the interview. My kind of humor. This discussion also shows who the real perpetrators are with regards to all the drama. It ain't the hackers or NK, its really the stupid stupid mass media. (not incl. Firstshowing of course :))
Sascha Dikiciyan on Dec 27, 2014
LOL! These guys. Never could have they imagined this kind of press.
DAVIDPD on Dec 27, 2014
I don't really trust Vice, but that was quite funny. Possibly until Rogan is gunned down.
Carpola on Dec 28, 2014
I saw the movie yesterday. Hated the first half, Franco was horrible, way too exaggerated, but the movie ends on a surprisingly good note and manages to be funny in its own style. And it's a parody, it makes fun of North koreans as much as it makes fun of americans.
Ricardo_PT on Dec 28, 2014
I thought this movie flat out sucked and was not funny at all and I usually like what these guys make
Ty Webb on Dec 28, 2014
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