Dennis Rodman Does Not believes that North Korea Hacked Sony Pictures

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Despite the fact that the American government swears that the North Korean government was behind the Sony Pictures hacking in December, former basketball player, Dennis Rodman, says otherwise.

In an interview with the Hollywood Reporter, Rodman states, “If the North wanted to hack anything in the world, anything in the world, really, they are going to go hack a movie? Really?!”

The former baseball star talked with the reporters of Hollywood Insider the day before Rodman presented his Slamdance documentary “Dennis Rodman’s Big Bang in Pyongyang.” The documentary showcased Rodman’s recent trip to North Korea and his experience with meeting the famed leader, Kim Jong Un, who many know was portrayed in the film, “The Interview.”

Rodman expressed his recollection when he first discovered the plot of the Sony movie. He at first thought nothing of the movie, but when he found out their intent was to murder the man, he felt that does indeed comes off offensive. Rodman states, “They’re doing a movie about North Korea and it’s a comedy. And I went cool, cool, cool. The next thing you know, I’m seeing some of the pieces, and he wants to go kill this guy? That ain’t funny. That is not funny.”

However, the real reason why he believes that they were not behind the hacking was because, “How many movies have there been attacking North Korea? And they never hacked those. North Korea is going to hack a comedy, a movie that is really nothing? I can’t see that happening,” he says. “Of all the companies … really? Over a movie?!” proclaims Rodman shocked to think that they would truly concern themselves over a piece of media like this.

Rodman proclaims that he is a professional on North Korea because he has had experience in traveling there, and knows practices of the regime. With that being said, Rodman wishes he had invited the co-director and star of the film, Seth Rogen, to go to North Korea, and see what life is really like there.

Rodman still wants Rogen to travel with him, and has even sent out an invitation to the actor to plan a trip, so he could actually experience the culture in which he made a commentary on.



Photo: Eric Charbonneau/Invision for Sony/AP Images/Jessica Hill


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