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Seth Rogen Thanks Sony's Amy Pascal for 'Having the Balls' to Make 'The Interview'

Thursday night's world premiere of Sony's "The Interview" offered plenty of laughs after weeks of news from the massive cyber-hack that's bedeviled the studio. "I can't say I've been getting a lot of sleep lately," said Sony's Dwight Caines. There were three police cars parked outside the Ace Hotel Theatre, very few camera crews, and a very small red carpet inside where Seth Rogen, James Franco and Randall Park posed for photographers and declined media interviews. Attendees tended to avoid discussing the disclosures arising from the online attacks -- which many believe may have been orchestrated by North Korea because of the movie. Indeed,...