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Published: June 26, 2014
Description: This week North Korea warned that releasing The Interview, the upcoming film where Seth Rogen and James Franco attempt to assassinate Kim Jong Un, will be considered an act of war and put the U.S. in danger of retaliation. However, in an act of diplomacy, Kim Jong Un has taken it upon himself to offer an alternative ending to the film. If, and only if, Sony Pictures agrees to the following rewrites, no punitive action will be taken upon the U.S.

This week North Korea warned that releasing The Interview, the upcoming film where Seth Rogen and James Franco attempt to assassinate Kim Jong Un, will be considered an act of war and put the U.S. in danger of retaliation.

However, in an act of diplomacy, Kim Jong Un has taken it upon himself to offer an alternative ending to the film. If, and only if, Sony Pictures agrees to the following rewrites, no punitive action will be taken upon the U.S.

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