North Korea fires missiles into the sea to protest new Seth Rogen movie
To be fair, the movie is about James Franco and Seth Rogen assassinating the leader of North Korea, so you can understand why they'd be pissed.
And then today there’s this, from The New York Times:
“North Korea fired three short-range projectiles off its east coast on Thursday, a day after it warned of retaliation against an American comedy film involving a plot to kill its leader, Kim Jong-un. The projectiles took off from near Wonsan, a coastal town east of Pyongyang, the North Korean capital, and flew 190 kilometers, or 118 miles, before landing in waters between North Korea and Japan, said a spokesman at the Ministry of National Defense in South Korea… It remained unclear whether the firings on Thursday were linked to the North’s threat on Wednesday that it would take ‘a decisive and merciless countermeasure’ unless Washington stopped the release of The Interview, a Columbia Pictures movie scheduled to open in October.”