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A spokesman for North Korean leader Kim Jong-un said Friday that the Hollywood comedy "The Interview," with Seth Rogen and James Franco that shows the autocrat's fake assassination, is indicative of American society's "desperation." Kim appears as a character in the movie, played by actor Randall Park. (CTMG, Inc.)

A spokesman for North Korean leader Kim Jong-un said Friday that the Hollywood comedy "The Interview," with Seth Rogen and James Franco that shows the autocrat's fake assassination, is indicative of American society's "desperation." Kim appears as a character in the movie, played by actor Randall Park. (CTMG, Inc.)

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