On Thursday’s “The Daily Show,” host Jon Stewart reacted to the decision by Sony to cancel the release of next week’s “The Interview” due to apparent hacking and threats that have come from North Korea over the films controversial content.
“That’s it?” Stewart said. “So Kim Jong-un gets to decide what movies we make? So this is every movie from now on is just this, ‘World’s Biggest Picture, The Motion Picture.’ That’s it. Actually, here’s what’s interesting — in Korean, that translates to ‘After Girth.’ For God’s sake, North Korea, that’s what they do. They threaten people with hyperbolic language. Why do we fall for that? That’s their hook.”
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