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Update: On the heels of Sony’s victory lap after The Interview was released on VOD last week, a final red band trailer has arrived.
Yeah, this marketing hype ride has been pretty brilliant.
The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies is the weakest of the three Hobbit films in regards to plot, and is also the weakest opening of Peter Jackson’s six J.R.R. Tolkien adventures. But the threequel still pulled in $90.6 million in the U.S. and Canada and is still one of the season’s biggest releases.
Following Sony Pictures’ decision to pull he embattled comedy The Interview from release on Christmas Day, Alamo Drafthouse Cinema says that Paramount Pictures has decided not to offer South Park creators Trey Parker & Matt Stone’s 2004 satire Team America: World Police that focuses on Kim Jong-un’s father Kim Jong-il as a lonely puppet villain.
“Life is nothing more than a game we all play, some get it right others are led astray.” Well, I’m not here to write about poetry; I’m here to share some movie news to you. This one looks quite interesting.
Sony Pictures has canceled the December 25 theatrical release of The Interview after most major theater chains have declined to screen the new Seth Rogen–James Franco political comedy.
Following the green band and the naughtier red band trailer, Sony has released the final trailer for the Seth Rogen and James Franco action-comedy The Interview and this time we get much more Kim Jong-Un (Randall Park).
We only get a brief glimpse of the North Korean leader as the film’s character in this trailer, and according to Franco’s character, he’s not so bad.
The latest red band trailer for the upcoming Seth Rogen and James Franco action comedy, The Interview has arrived with all the raunchy humor you’d expect from them. Now this looks like a movie worth watching and not just the pic that had North Korea threaten America with war.
Check out the freshly dropped first poster and teaser trailer for upcoming comedy The Interview, with James Franco and Seth Rogen starring.
The Interview sees This Is the End duo Rogen and Franco heading to North Korea for an assassination attempt on Kim Jong-un played by Randall Park.