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According to an exclusive report by The Hollywood Reporter, 20th Century Fox studios bought the rights to a new comedy film called "Diplomats," whose plot is based on NBA Hall of Famer Dennis Rodman’s multiple visits to see his “best friend” Kim Jong Un in the isolated, impoverished and very militarized North Korea, in the name of “hoops diplomacy.”
The movie is in the hands of filmmakers with "buddy comedy" experience. Hot off the recent box office success "Ride Along," which stars rapper Ice Cube and stand-up comic Kevin Hart, director Tim Story has been tapped to direct "Diplomats." Fox’s Chernin Entertainment, run by namesake Peter Chernin, which is known for its most recent hit, "The Heat," a cop comedy featuring Sandra Bullock and Melissa McCarthy, will reportedly produce the movie, with Jonathan Abrams developing the script.
Does anyone REALLY think the Sony hack was about a movie?!
originally posted by: thesmokingman
The end result will be a governmentality run internet, that can "protect" from these "attacks". Just like the whole nudie pics released by hackers a few months ago....all part of a government agenda.