Apparently all of North Korea's threats about the new James Franco/Seth Rogen film The Interview worked because Sony Pictures is making serious alterations to parts of the movie.

The movie was already pushed back from a scheduled October release to December 25, and now comes news that the studio is going to change the buttons worn by characters in the film because they are too much like the real outfits worn by military personnel in North Korea. Sony is also considering completely removing a scene where Kim Jong Un's face melts off in slow motion.

The movie was already a hot-button issue back in late June, when a spokesman for North Korea called the movie "an act of war" and said that if the film was released, the US would face "stern" and "merciless" consequences.

Despite all of the controversy, a North Korean rep has said that Kim Jong Un will most likely still see the movie.

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