Thursday, December 18, 2014

The Next Austin Powers Movie

I don’t think I’ve seen any of the Austin Powers movies since the first one (and only that under duress), but the news that North Korea has put the kibosh on the release of The Interview by threatening world domination sounds like a rejected treatment for a sequel.

Seriously; the “hermit kingdom” can tell America what movies it can watch?  And since when did a country that can barely make soap come up with the capability to hack like a college kid from Cornell?

2 barks and woofs on “The Next Austin Powers Movie

  1. They should go ahead with the release and run an ad campaign that says, “If you don’t go see ‘The Interview’ the terrorists win.”

  2. Nah. This is a real world version of ‘The Producers’. If Sony is ‘forced’ not to release the movie, the insurance policy kicks in for the full loss. If they thought it would make back the money put in to it they would release it. This way, they can blame North Korea, and cash the check without worrying about ticket sales. On the upside, nobody (save those who got an advanced screening) has to watch the movie.

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