Seth Rogen looks back on his comedy film, that almost started a war with North Korea...
Uh-oh. South Korean activists are sending 10,000 copies of Seth Rogen's The Interview into North Korea later this week...
As The Interview finally hits UK screens, Mark looks at Trey Parker and Matt Stone's nod to the War On Terror: Team America.
The Interview will arrive in British cinemas this February, as the film - starring Seth Rogen and James Franco - becomes a VOD smash.
Sony might just have done an about-turn, as it's apparently authorised screenings of The Interview in the US this December.
Looking to see Team America: World Police instead of The Interview? Well you can't. That's been pulled now as well.
With Sony announcing that it has "no plans" to release The Interview, we look at what it might mean for the future of filmmaking...
Gore Verbinski and Steve Carell won't now be teaming up for a new North Korean-set thriller, as its backer pulls out of the project.
Sony doesn't even have plans to release Seth Rogen comedy The Inteview on disc or on demand, following the canning of its cinema release.
It looks like the cyberterrorists have won: Sony has pulled The Interview's planned US release this Christmas.