Seth Rogen Can Add Kim Jong-un to List of Politicians Who Have Shunned Him
Seth Rogen and his best bud James Franco team up as a news anchor-producer duo in the new comedy The Interview, which revolves around a plot to assassinate real-life North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un. And now the Supreme Leader himself has condemned the movie... but he still plans to watch it.
“A film about the assassination of a foreign leader mirrors what the U.S. has done in Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria, and Ukraine,” an unofficial spokesman for the North Korean government told the Daily Telegraph. He revealed that Kim Jong-un will probably watch the flick anyway, but pointed out he prefers "British cinema—specifically James Bond films" because Hollywood films are "full of assassinations and executions," apparently unaware of the litany of errors and hypocrisies of this line of thinking.
Perhaps US Congress and Kim Jong-Un can bond over their shared distaste for Seth Rogen, and begin the process of opening relations between the countries. It's not like it can turn out any worse than the last attempt.