By now you've heard the news that hackers - or North Korea, according to the US Government - have succeeded in stopping the showing of "The Interview".

Most likely an OK movie to begin with, odds are, this flick would have stayed in theaters for a couple weeks, then the cheap seats, then video. Three months down the road, we would have forgotten it was ever made. Not so much, anymore...

According to Film producer Judd Apatow:

"This only guarantees that this movie will be seen by more people on earth than it would have before. Legally or illegally all will see it."

Because of one country's small-man-syndrome, SONY has been forced to pull the movie - which just proves that threats of terrorism do actually work. While I personally probably would have passed on seeing it, the hype is so huge now that if they ever do actually release it, it will most likely break some box-office records.

This video is the death scene that has Kim Jong-un's panties in a wad. Not spectacular or mind blowing, but I just can't stop watching it.