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Raucous New Trailer For The Interview

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It doesn’t seem two minutes since Kim Jong-Un renewed hostilities with the US, threatening a "resolute and merciless" response over what it deemed an "act of war".

Aerospace interference? Captured spies? Worse: a mirthful new Hollywood comedy starring Seth Rogen and James Franco as a pair of TV journalists reluctantly recruited by the CIA to assassinate the cartoonish leader.

And expect the threat level to raise once again, as here’s the red-band trailer for The Interview, packing enough crude laughs to expect a crude missile or two courtesy of the rogue state; or at the very least another strongly worded message to the UN.

Take a look for yourself below and just pray the political tyrant can appreciate gags about Matthew McConaughey getting intimate with a goat.

The Interview Is Out In Cinemas From December

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First Trailer For The Interview

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