North Korea’s Kim Jong Un has placed the dreaded FU rating on Sony’s latest release The Interview causing the studio to recall the film and issue arrest warrants for it’s stars Seth Rogan and James Franco. As a result of the unusually harsh rating (FU – not suitable for anyone under any circumstances), the North Korean Film Review Board also issued orders for all of Sony’s private files to be immediately released to the public. The released documents featured catty email about stars and other highly classified material.
Chief Cyber-Security Specialist Suk Mi Wang was personally assigned to oversee the acquisition and dispersal of Sony’s files. Mi Fuk Yu, previous Head Hacker of Bureau 121, North Korea’s Internet Police, was unceremoniously fired, and summarily executed last June, when his department failed to police unflattering tweets of Dear Brother in a timely matter.
North Korea’s Kim Jong Un takes policing the world wide web to be serious business. “Not only did the film attempt to make a fool out of me,” raged Un, “It even showed me being blown up!” “How can you make an immortal supreme being blow up!”
“We’ll see if Mr. Rogan and Mr. Franco find MY new movie, American Idiots Torn Apart by Starving Dogs, to be equally humorous,” added the miffed Supreme Commander. “Only we won’t be using CGI or stunt doubles!”