BREAKING: Seth Rogen and James Franco have abruptly canceled their promotional tour for The Interview through the rest of the week, in light of the terrorist threat made this morning. The duo, which did a long interview with Howard Stern yesterday, have scrapped their planned Wednesday appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon as well as plans to promote their movie on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen and Late Night With Seth Meyers. Most of these they were handling together, but Randall Park, who plays Kim Jong-un in the film, also was going to be part of the mix. This doesn’t mean they’ve scrapped promotion altogether, but the actors will not be talking about the film this week, for sure. A spokesman confirmed that they will lay low for now.
‘The Interview’ Press Tour Canceled This Week For Seth Rogen & James Franco
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