Raunchy comedy and political assassinations don't generally go hand-in-hand, but The Interview is no ordinary movie. The film, in which Seth Rogen and James Franco play a couple of hapless bozos tasked with killing North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un, has already been condemned by the North Korean government — but a new, very not-safe-for-work trailer shows that The Interview hasn't imposed any kind of self-censorship.
Rogen and Franco play the team behind a fluffy celebrity interview show — but when they get the chance to go to North Korea and interview Kim Jong-un, the CIA steps in and asks them to assassinate him while they have the chance. Ribald dialogue and non-stop, gross-out body comedy ensues (including a few things you'll never be able to un-see):
The Interview hits theaters on December 25. Take the whole family!
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