David Brown, of Charles Village, leaves the first screening of ¿"The Interview," at Eastpoint 10 Cinemas. Brown was second in line to buy a ticket to see the Seth Rogen comedy about the assassination of Kim Jong Un, North Korea's leader. He says "It wasn't the fanfare that I thought is would be," commenting on the buildup to the opening. He says he could have watched it on line, but wanted to be in the theater to enjoy the camaraderie. " It was so funny and nothing to be taken so seriously," he added.
Kim Hairston, Baltimore Sun