The controversial North Korea-based Sony comedy “The Interview” has pulled in $US15 million in online sales and another $US2.8 million in theatres since its Christmas Day release.
To help promote the movie even further, stars Seth Rogen and James Franco, along with Rogen’s co-writer and co-director Evan Goldberg, live-tweeted the film Sunday night and they were not shy.
The trio even offered some insight into how they portrayed Kim Jong-un and North Korean culture.
Read some of the best tweets from the tweet-a-long below (warning: minor spoilers):
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