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The Interview

112 min
Action | Comedy
IMDB rate:
Evan Goldberg
1 nomination
Country: USA
Release Date: 2015-01-22
Filming Locations: Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Budget: $44,000,000
Gross: $6,105,175 (USA) (25 January 2015)
Lizzy Caplan
Lizzy Caplan
The Interview
Diana Bang
Diana Bang
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Peenkay Tang
Peenkay Tang
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Hazeltine Gariza
Hazeltine Gariza
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James Franco
Dave Skylark
Seth Rogen
Aaron Rapaport
Randall Park
President Kim
Timothy Simons
Reese Alexander
Agent Botwin
James Yi
Officer Koh
Paul Bae
Officer Yu
Geoff Gustafson
Dominique Lalonde
Anesha Bailey
Anders Holm
Charles Rahi Chun
General Jong
Don Chow
Two-Fingered Man
Colin Foo
Train Passenger
Larry Hoe
Train Passenger
Cleo Yeh
Train Passenger
Yuna Song
Korean Girl
Michelle Kim
Hot Korean Girl
Lia Lam
Hot Korean Girl
Willem Jacobson
Drone Pilot
Daniel Lim
Guard #1
Harrison Lee
Yo-Yo Boy
Jason Cox
John Coughlin
Helicopter Pilot
Peter Neilly
Helicopter Pilot
Yoosik Oum
South Korean Scientist
Scott Seol
Rebel Guard
Daniel Park
Korean AD
Justin Lee
Squad Leader
Don Lew
Tape Operator
Andrew Chin
Video Switcher
Jung Jin Park
Video Switcher
Dan Sterling
Tech Specialist
Fred Henderson
News Anchor
Dan Shea
Cab Driver
Tommy Chang
Presidential Guard
Justin Cho
Presidential Guard
David Kim
Korean Guard
Adrian de Lotz
Chinese Bus Driver
Hong-Gill Cha
N.K. DMZ Soldier
Sean Cho
N.K. DMZ Soldier
Dave Ko
N.K. DMZ Soldier (as David Ko)
Jack Jekeon Cha
N.K. DMZ Soldier
William 'Big Sleeps' Stewart
Doorman (as William Stewart)
Joe Mande
Alice Wetterlund
Stacey Turner
News Anchor
Sam Catlin
News Anchor
Guy Fieri
Guy Fieri
Ben Schwartz
Danyella Angel
Caroline (uncredited)
Alan Blumenfeld
Israeli Prime Minister (uncredited)
Paola Botero
Dancer (uncredited)
Chelsea Braun
Bill Maher Crew (uncredited)
Thomas Cadrot
Fake Korean Soldier (uncredited)
Steve Chang
North Korean Soldier (uncredited)
Curt Clendenin
Surprise Partygoer (uncredited)
David Diaan
Palestinian President (uncredited)
Daniel Juhn
North Korean (uncredited)
Nick Kaiser
Studio Worker (uncredited)
Sean Kennedy
CIA Kim Jong-un (uncredited)
Daeyoung Danny Kim
North Korean Soldier (uncredited)
James Kyson
Secretary of Communication (uncredited)
Nicole G. Leier
Skylark Employee (uncredited)
Rob Lowe
Rob Lowe (uncredited)
Bill Maher
Bill Maher (uncredited)
Mercy Malick
Pundit (uncredited)
Seth Meyers
Seth Meyers (uncredited)
Isaac Shr
Jim (uncredited)
Jaiden Vu
N.K. DMZ Soldier (uncredited)
Paniz Zade
Party Goer (uncredited)
Did you know?
Jong-un Kim (played by Randall Park) isn't introduced until around the 50 minute mark.
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Randall Park gained 15 pounds and had his hair cut like Jong-un Kim in preparation for the role.
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The second exterior shot of the supposedly Chinese train shows a Swiss train: The livery of both engine and cars is clearly the same and the large double arrow logotype of the Swiss federal railways can also be recognized on the side of the engine despite the motion blur.
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When Dave and Aaron are talking, just before the actual interview, square LED studio lights can be seen reflected in Aaron's glasses.
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Throughout the film, several North Koreans refer to their country as "North Korea." No North Korean would refer to the country by that name. The official name for the country is the Democratic People's Republic of Korea and they view themselves as the sole legitimate government of the entire Korean peninsula.
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When Aaron gets into the cab (where he receives the first call from N. Korea), the medallion number of the cab is 5D32. The camera then cuts to outside the cab where the license plate reads: 7X41. NYC Taxicabs have the same medallion number and plate number.
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Dave Skylark: [mid-escape] Wait... the puppy!
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Kim Jong-un: You know what's more destructive than a nuclear bomb?... Words.
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Dave Skylark: It's a fucking tiger!
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Is "The Interview" the only movie to be cancelled?
No, and far from it.Because it was met with much controversy from the day it was announced to the public, The Interview has easily been put in the foreground as a modern-day banned film;. However, several other films have faced cancellation after being filmed or in the process of being produced:- Batman: Year One - The Cornfield People - The Dark Tower - Godzilla vs. Frankenstein - LaBrava - Macbeth - Newt - Pyongyang - Ripley's Believe It or Not! - Sprockets following article might also interest you: -
Is this film responsible for the Sony Pictures Entertainment hacking that caused the leaks of five films?
A group called Guardians of Peace claiming responsibility for the November 27 hack which leaked five Sony Pictures movies and personal data and emails from Sony computers. While the alleged hackers have claimed to be North Korea, there is no evidence that GOP are the hackers or that they are North Korean or that North Korea has any involvement in the hack. WIRED has made the case that the linking of North Korea to the hack is flimsy, and a former member of the hacktivist group Anonymous has expressed doubt that North Korea is behind the hacking or that the film The Interview would result in a hacking, stating, "Do you really think a bunch of nerds from North Korea are going to fly to New York and start blowing up movie theaters? No. It's not realistic. It's not about 'The Interview.' It's about money. It's a professional job."However, the FBI analysts have determined that the North Korean government is responsible for the hack attack against Sony Pictures Entertainment.-Technical analysis of the data deletion malware used in this attack revealed links to other malware that the FBI knows North Korean actors previously developed. For example, there were similarities in specific lines of code, encryption algorithms, data deletion methods, and compromised networks.-The FBI also observed significant overlap between the infrastructure used in this attack and other malicious cyber activity the U.S. government has previously linked directly to North Korea. For example, the FBI discovered that several Internet protocol (IP) addresses associated with known North Korean infrastructure communicated with IP addresses that were hardcoded into the data deletion malware used in this attack.-Separately, the tools used in the SPE attack have similarities to a cyber attack in March of last year against South Korean banks and media outlets, which was carried out by North Korea.Tech analysis now the FBI is identifying a Sony insider as the source of the hacking, suggesting that the Kim regime had nothing to do with the incident at all.
Is there a post-credit scene?
No, there is not. There is a picture of Digby the dog with a dedication. See more here:
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Photos from cast
Lizzy Caplan Joseph Gordon-Levitt Diana Bang Peenkay Tang Hazeltine Gariza