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Thursday, December 18, 2014

Hollywood cowardice spreads to Paramount - Team America screenings cancelled

North Korea's reign of terror continues across multiplexes of the U.S.
As a show of solidarity for the filmmakers behind "The Interview" — which Sony pulled from its planned Christmas Day release after a cyberattack and terror threats attributed to Pyongyang — several movie theaters had planned to show another North Korea-bashing comedy, "Team America: World Police," instead, The Hollywood Reporter first reported.

Shortly after the Alamo Drafthouse in Texas, Cleveland's Capitol Theater and Georgia's Plaza Atlanta made the announcements of the substitute screenings, they were apparently forced to backtrack under pressure from Paramount, the studio behind "Team America."
The outlandish, R-rated puppet satire, which was the brainchild of "South Park" creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone, centered on an anti-terror force's battle with a group of international goons headed by former North Korean dictator Kim Jong Il.

My guess is that there are plenty of Hollywood studio exec emails detailing deviant S&M sex and loads of racism that the North Koreans have up their sleeves...

See also: Kim Jong Un hands a payday to creepy race huckster Al Sharpton

I'm doing my own personal screening of Team America at home for friends this weekend!  If you're not a North Korean terrorist and want to bring some booze and participate, email me! (or if you're a really sexy North Korean terrorist, I may make an exception, but there will be a full body search)

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