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Kim Jong-un (Randall Park) and Dave Skylark (James Franco) are inside a tank in North Korea talking about Katy Perry and margaritas.  They're debating if drinking fruity margaritas and loving Katy Perry's music means you're gay.  After saying the lines a few different ways, directors Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg call out a few new ways to say the dialogue and I erupt with laughter.  And I'm not alone.  The other reporters I'm with on the Vancouver set of The Interview are also laughing out loud.  So much so that after the take ends, an assistant director comes in the room where we're watching

'The Interview' Red-Band Trailer: Seth Rogen and James Franco Are Gettin' Rowdy in North Korea Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg are back! The new red-band 'The Interview' trailer shows the duo, who brought us such classic debauchery as 'Superbad,' 'This Is the End' and 'Pineapple Express,' are already starting up some drama with their Kim Jong-un assassination story. If that premise alone isn't enough to make you gasp, how about some NSFW talk of "Matthew McConaughey goat f***," and getting "f***** by RoboCop"? Continue reading…

James Franco Can't Stop Smelling His Stinky Penis in ‘The Interview’ Red Band Trailer (Video) James Franco and Seth Rogen are heading to North Korea — and they're bringing a planeload of raunch with them. Franco and Rogen star in the upcoming comedy “The Interview,” about a pair of tabloid TV journalists who score an interview with Kim Jong Un and get enlisted by the CIA to kill the North Korean leader. See video: Jimmy Fallon Gets a Shirtless James Franco and Seth Rogen for His 40th Birthday But as a newly released red band trailer for the film reveals, Rogen and Franco tackle a lot more than international policy in the movie. The pair must also contend with pho

Dave Skylark has landed the Interview of a lifetime as he heads to North Korea to interview Kim Jong-un. But things aren't quite as they seem when the popular talk show host and his producer are discovered to be on a secret mission to assassinate the dictator in the controversial comedy The Interview. Directed by Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg as their follow-up to This Is the End, The Interview has caused a firestorm of debate for it's gleefully wicked premise.

Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg‘s already controversial film, The Interview, was recently pushed back a few months but we’ll get a nice tease this weekend. Tied into the upcoming MTV Video Music Awards, stars of the film James Franco and Rogen will do a full 30 minute special, in character, interviewing popular musicians Nicki Minaj, Iggy Azalea and Jason Derulo. In the film, Franco plays Dave Skylark, the host of a popular entertainment interview show run by producer Aaron Rapoport (Rogen).

The Interview is stirring up more controversy. Written and directed by Seth Rogen and his This Is the End partner Evan Goldberg, the film stars the comedian and James Franco as a talk show producer and his host tasked with assassinating the North Korean dictator in the guise of a sit down interview. Based on real-life ruler of North Korea Kim Jong-un, the dictator previously condemned the new comedy.

North Korea Is So, So Mad at Seth Rogen and James Franco Columbia Pictures Looks like Seth Rogen and James Franco won’t be getting the Dennis Rodman Tour of Honor and Respect and Like, Just A Lot of Basketball should they ever happen to roll into North Korea, but we doubt that will come as a surprise to the comedic duo (and we also doubt that anyone will ever be able to just “roll” into the country, least of all a pair of Hollywood superstars known for their comedic hijinks). The pair’s next cinematic team-up, The Interview, takes pretty sharp aim at both the Asian dictatorship itself and its actual supreme leader, Kim Jong-u

North Korean Dictator Denounces 'The Interview' Starring Seth Rogen and James Franco In a pretty predictable move, North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un has condeemed the new comedy The Interview, from This Is the End directors Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg. Rogen stars in the film alongside James Franco as a TV producer and a talk show host who team up to kill the ruler on his own turf under the guise of a televised interview. Kim Jong-un claims the movie shows the "desperation" of American society.That doesn't mean Kim Jong-un won't watch the comedy.

Kim Jong-un is not laughing at the antics of Seth Rogen and James Franco in their new film, “The Interview.” Despite this, a spokesman for the dictator has said that he will still probably watch it. Also read: The Secret to Seth Rogen's Success: Make it Cheap, Make it Dirty and Ignore the Studio The Columbia Pictures release follows James Franco as a late night talk show host who scores an interview with Kim Jong-un, portrayed in the film by Korean-American actor Randall Park.

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