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2012 (2009) – “The Interview” wasn’t the first Sony Pictures film to cause trouble in North Korea. This disaster flick, distributed by Sony Pictures, was banned by the country because the year it depicts was the 100th anniversary of the birth of North Korea’s founder Kim Il-sung. According to U.K.’s The Telegraph , dictator Kim Jong-il barred the movie out of fears it would jinx the country’s rise to being a global superpower.

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