In “The Interview,” the CIA plans to kill North Korean leader Kim Jong Un via a bumbling American talk show host (James Franco, left) and his producer (Seth Rogen).
In “The Interview,” the CIA plans to kill North Korean leader Kim Jong Un via a bumbling American talk show host (James Franco, left) and his producer (Seth Rogen). Ed Araquel Columbia Pictures
In “The Interview,” the CIA plans to kill North Korean leader Kim Jong Un via a bumbling American talk show host (James Franco, left) and his producer (Seth Rogen). Ed Araquel Columbia Pictures

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