Perhaps it was only a matter of time before
The multi-hyphenate actor and provocateur's upcoming comedy, "The Interview," about the attempted assassination of North Korean dictator
A spokesperson for the regime told the Telegraph that the movie "shows the desperation of the U.S. government and American society."
Kim Myong Chol, executive director of the Centre for North Korea-U.S. Peace and an unofficial spokesman for the North Korean regime, doesn't find the pitch so amusing.
"A film about the assassination of a foreign leader mirrors what the U.S. has done in Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria and Ukraine," he said. "And let us not forget who killed [
He enigmatically added, "In fact, President [Barack] Obama should be careful in case the
Like his late father,
In recent years, however, Hollywood movies have not been flattering in their portrayal of the rogue nation. James Bond was tortured there in 2002's "Die Another Day,"
Despite the subject matter of "The Interview," Kim Myong Chol said the North Korean leader would probably watch the movie.