Despite the cost of producing and advertising “The Interview,” Sony decided to cancel its release after threats from a group linked to North Korea, whose dictator is parodied in the film.
Despite the cost of producing and advertising “The Interview,” Sony decided to cancel its release after threats from a group linked to North Korea, whose dictator is parodied in the film. Damian Dovarganes The Associated Press
Despite the cost of producing and advertising “The Interview,” Sony decided to cancel its release after threats from a group linked to North Korea, whose dictator is parodied in the film. Damian Dovarganes The Associated Press

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