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# the interview

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The Interview has been parachuted into North Korea
One of the most hated men in sports is back on our screens this week... not much has changed
Minted Netflix is aiming for global domination
North Korea made a schoolboy error when they hacked Sony, says FBI
Sony hacks were 'extortionist efforts by criminals who attacked us': CEO
US imposes financial sanctions on North Korea over Sony hack
Sony is expanding the number of places where The Interview can be seen
Today's top stories in 6 seconds
The Interview rakes in $15m in downloads in just four days
More than 2 million people have watched The Interview so far
North Korea compares Obama to 'monkey in a tropical forest', suffers internet blackout
Did Kim Dotcom save Xbox and Playstation users from a game-free Christmas?
So after all that hassle is The Interview actually any good?
The Interview can now be streamed on Youtube (with a little help from Ireland)
Sony is now going to release The Interview to "the largest possible audience"
The Interview now has a near-perfect IMDb rating despite the fact that nobody has seen it
Obama: 'We will respond' to North Korea hack
Enterprising people are selling The Interview posters for hundreds of dollars online
Cinemas now can't even show Team America: World Police
Here's why axed North Korea film The Interview is such a big deal
Texas cinema will screen Team America in place of Seth Rogen's North Korea film
Hackers have scared Hollywood into not releasing Seth Rogen's new North Korea film
Hackers threaten attacks on US cinemas showing James Franco's new film
North Korea calls James Franco and Seth Rogen's new film an "act of war"