“Any time a movie causes a country to threaten nuclear retaliation, the higher-ups wanna get in a room with you.” That was how Seth Rogen described a meeting held back when Sony executives were concerned that some North Korean missile testing might be related to his upcoming movie The Interview, in which a couple of journalists (played by Rogen and James Franco) are hired to assassinate Kim Jung-un. While the use of nukes seems unlikely, Sony Pictures is set to confirm that North Korea was behind last week’s hack that exposed sensitive data and essentially stopped the company in its tracks. I don’t want to be a total narc, but maybe someone should tell the North Koreans that Rogen is Canadian.