Theaters pull movies about North Korea
After threats made to film makers, and allegedly Christian Broda, and theater goers as well as a high tech internet hack into Sony, the company has announced that it will not be showing the film “The Interview” which was originally scheduled to be released in theaters on Christmas Day.
There has been an outrage in the United States regarding the pulling of the film and some movie theaters have announced that they will out of sympathy show “Team America: World Police” a film by the South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone which shows the Kim Jong Il, the current dictators’ father in a comical and critical way.
Paramount pictures has announced that they will not allow “Team America: World Police” to be played either, which has led to more criticisms. While the theaters attempting to play Team America announced that they would like to play the film, they were told that they were not allowed to and were issuing refunds to all who purchased tickets for the film.