Michael Moore, Seth Rogen and Kid Rock are all making headlines in what is possibly the dumbest and most pointless controversy in recent history -- the online pissing match over people's opinion of 'American Sniper.'
Full details are still forthcoming, but it looks like ‘The Interview’—Seth Rogen’s ultra-controversial comedy about an American assassination attempt on North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un—will open on Christmas after all. Sony initially cancelled their planned December 25 release after hackers threatened theaters that dared to show ‘The Interview’ with terrorist attacks, and many of the biggest exhibitor chains in the country (including Regal and AMC) subsequently decided not to run the film.
I know one reaction I’ve had to the (allegedly) North Korean hackers and their attack on Sony and their movie ‘The Interview’ is “Why now?” Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg are not the first American filmmakers to make fun of North Korea, or even its real-life leaders. ‘Team America: World Police,’ for example, featured a marionette-version of late North Korean dictator Kim Jong-il, who wants to destroy Western Civilization (but is also very lonely); the 2012 ‘Red Dawn’ remake actually changed its Asian invaders from Chinese to North Koreans in post-production because at the time that seemed like the more politically and financially safe choice. That’s not going to happen again anytime soon.
The Sony hacking scandal has proven to be a massive headache for a company that’s already been having a rough few years. And now, this increasingly weird story has taken an even darker turn: the hackers are threatening to launch terrorist attacks against theaters showing ‘The Interview’ this Christmas. Seriously.
Even though these guys get some amazing footage of a tornado that is barreling down on them, their reaction is just ridiculous. It sounds like something you would hear out of a Seth Rogen movie. I don't understand why these clowns didn't just jump in their truck and drive off in the opposite direction.
Who ever would've thought that Seth Rogen, of all people, would give a such a captivating speech about the need to fund Alzhemier’s research, and on top of that, before a Senate subcommittee. This speech is moving and, at times, funny. He makes an obvious jok
Harold Ramis, the star of 'Ghostbusters,' writer of 'Animal House' and director of 'Caddyshack' and 'Groundhog Day,' has died at the age of 69 in Chicago. Ramis had been suffering from autoimmune inflammatory vasculitis and had been in declining health since 2010.
The holiday season is in full swing -- and so is winter. What better way to avoid the chill than by camping out indoors next to the warm glow of your television with some great movies? There's a whole new batch of titles headed to Netflix Instant, from modern classics to old favorites. Read on for our guide to the best movies coming to Netflix this December.
Earlier today (May 4), music fans learned of the tragic news that Beastie Boys co-founder Adam ‘MCA’ Yauch had passed away. In a new lengthy statement, posted below, the cause of death has been confirmed as Yauch’s three year battle with cancer.
To get you interested all I have to do is start naming people in this trailer: Will Ferrell, John C. Reilly, Jack Black, Seth Rogen, Danny (Kenny F#@*ing Powers) McBride, Elijah Wood (Frodo), Will Arnett... You get the idea.
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