Seth Rogen Says His Experience With The Interview Left Him Traumatized

Seth Rogen Says His Experience With The Interview Left Him Traumatized
It might sound a little far-fetched when you hear it now, but back in 2014 there was some genuine concern that Seth Rogen might have ended up being responsible for World War III. The Interview was a satirical action comedy that saw James Franco play a talk show host who heads to North Korea to interview Kim Jong-un with his long-suffering producer played by Rogen in tow, and shenanigans quickly ensue.

While that seems like the kind of button-pushing controversy you’d expect from the likes of Rogen, Franco and writer Dan Sterling, who previously worked on the likes of The Daily Show and South Park, the mid-budget studio comedy inadvertently turned out to be the cause of a potentially major international incident between North Korea and the United States.

The North Korean government threatened action if Sony released the film, causing the studio to make heavy edits to appease the country’s notoriously strict regime,
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