Last year, a film about the assassination of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un was released in the United States.
The film, The Interview, was the subject of a highly controversial cyberattack that resulted in the film’s release being pulled from theaters.
Now, another film is set to be released in theaters in the U.S.
A new movie about a film that was pulled from theatres in the US is coming out this month, according to Variety.
It’s called The Interview: Seth Rogen and James Franco’s controversial film about North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un, which is set for release in the spring of 2020.
The film, which stars Rogen as a former CIA analyst who works for a company called HBGary, is the subject this time around of a cyberattack on the film company, which led to the film being pulled.
The company has already been hit with a $40 million lawsuit from the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA), which is challenging the decision to pull the film.
“The movie’s release was canceled by the MPAA because of its content,” Variety said.
“The film was pulled because of the threat posed by HBGary’s work and because of Sony’s decision to stop its production.
HBGary is a private company, not a public company, and there is no threat of harm to any individual.”
The movie, which also stars Franco as an American businessman and an Iranian-American actor, is set in the year 2020.
Rogen was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Picture in 2016 for his role as Seth Rich, who was shot in a botched robbery in 2016 in Washington, DC.
He also starred in Fox’s The Interview that year.
Rotten Tomatoes, which gives a weighted score to a film based on a film’s critical reception, gave The Interview a 74% score and a 100% score.
Rogen and Franco’s film has garnered considerable controversy in the years since its release, as the film has been heavily criticized for its political and anti-Semitic themes.
Some of its scenes have been shown to have anti-Semitism and conspiracy theories, with the trailer of the movie showing footage of Jews being led away from a gas chamber.
The Interview has been criticized for being misogynistic, sexist, and for being offensive to minorities.
In an interview with The New Yorker in 2017, Rogen said the film was “a film that’s so offensive to me that I just don’t feel like it’s worth watching,” and “I think the fact that it’s going to be shown on a big screen, which makes it seem like it is, is just a way of being a dick to the audience and the American audience.”
Rogen also said he thought the movie’s depiction of Seth Rich’s murder was “just plain bad.”
Rogen is Jewish and has Jewish relatives, and his father, Ben, is a Democratic Party donor.
In a statement following the release of The Interview’s trailer, Sony Pictures Entertainment said: “We’re aware of the content of The Interns trailer and are aware that this film is being reviewed by MPAA, but we’re not going to comment further on the matter.”
While The Interview has a relatively small audience outside of the U, the film also has a strong following on social media and in the movie industry.
The movie has been downloaded more than 4 million times on Facebook, and more than 20 million people have watched the film on YouTube, according the MPOA.
The interview was pulled by the film distributor, HBGary Federal, because it contained “content that is patently offensive, tasteless, and otherwise inappropriate for viewing on the internet,” according to the MPACA.
HB Gary Federal also told Variety that the film “violates their own code of conduct, which bans ‘inappropriate’ material that violates their company’s values.”
“We believe that HBGary has a responsibility to its members, including its own employees, to not allow such material to be distributed in any form,” the MPCA said.”HBGary Federal is deeply saddened by this decision, and we appreciate the time and effort put into the screening of this film,” the film association said in a statement.
“As an MPAA-accredited, independent film distributor of quality films, HB Gary has a long history of protecting the artistic freedom of our members, and they will continue to do so as they pursue their careers.”