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Steve Carrell Thriller Abandoned Because Of Hollywood's Fear Of North Korea

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And just like that, The Interview is done before it started. Yesterday Sony officially pulled the plug on the James Franco and Seth Rogen flick after threats from the hacker group "Guardians of Peace" escalated this week. The group, now known to have acted at the behest of North Korea, alluded to launching 9/11-style attacks, which pushed major theater chains to abandon the film before its Christmas Day release. Now, The Interview—a film that probably would have faded into obscurity after opening week—joins a list of other artistic works that failed to reach an audience due to censorship. Set aside your personal feelings for Franco and Rogen, and consider this: The story they wanted to share, no matter how unfunny or preposterous it may have been, will not see the light of day—not even on VOD. Sony has said that they have no further plans to release the film. Why? Because the studio was bullied by a faceless group of cyber-terrorists who were working for a government that censors all types of content within its own borders. So the incident's over, right? That's it—they got what they wanted and now life will go on. Not quite. North Korea and the hackers working for them just left a mark on our culture that won't easily be rubbed off. "An attack upon our ability to tell stories is not just censorship—it is a crime against our nature as human beings," Salman Rushdie once said during a talk at the University of Colorado. The freedom of creative expression was a victim yesterday. The Interview should have been released in theaters despite the threats, and Sony should have released it on VOD soon after. This would be a different conversation if Sony pulled the movie because they weren't satisfied with it, because it was legitimately offensive. But North Korea shouldn't have made that decision for them. The United States has seen previous releases of the Red Dawn remake, Olympus Has Fallen, and Team America: World Police, all of which showed the North Korean government in a negative light, and the world kept turning, presumably with most people's opinions on the dictatorship unchanged. As a nation, our ideas about North Korea aren't informed by entertainment. Instead, our entertainment is informed by our ideas. Subscribe to Complex for More: Check out more of Complex here: Entertaining videos that bring to life Complex Media's authoritative take on trendsetting music, sneakers, style, pop culture, video games, tech, cars, and art—featuring your favorite celebrities from the past, present, and future. COMPLEX is a community of creators and curators, armed with the Internet, and committed to surfacing and sharing the voices and conversations—both multi-culture and multicultural—that define our new America. We make culture pop. Steve Carrell Thriller Abandoned Because Of Hollywood's Fear Of North Korea.
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