North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un guided the military’s latest rocket-firing drill, state media said Sunday, confirming the missile launch which was conducted in defiance of UN censure. Saturday’s launch was the first since the UN Security Council on July 17 […]
The Supreme Leader is not happy. Kim Jong-un’s latest ire comes from a Chinese-made YouTube video that...
Call it the next front in East Asian cyberwarfare.
Not that Seth Rogen movie this time
North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un is reportedly furious about a Chinese viral video that photoshops him into all manner of ridiculous scenarios: dancing, brawling, riding a pig, frolicking with Osama Bin Laden, and generally being made a laughingstock by Obama and Putin. Read more...
North Korea is perhaps the most sealed-off country in the world. The regime of Kim Jong-un has tight control over what information Koreans consume — there's virtually no access to the Internet or foreign media — and its propaganda machine...Show More Summary
North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un, shown here, is not going to like this themed hackathon at all. The Human Rights Foundation plans to host a two-day hackathon in San Francisco. The idea is to generate "new ways to get information safely into North Korea." Read the rest
Kim Jong-un and the Supremes. North Korean leader Kim Jong-un is reportedly furious over a goofy music video which has his face superimposed onto all sorts of viral videos, and wants it removed from the Internet. It's no secret thatShow More Summary
Despite the harsh reaction to James Franco and Seth Rogen's comedy about killing Kim Jong-un, the internet has lampooned the North Korean dictator once again. Kim Jong-Un is currently trying to get China to take down a satirical video...Show More Summary
Kim Jong-Un was already pissed over a forthcoming US comedy. Now he's super pissed about a viral video created by some dude in China. Read the rest
Pyongyang is highly unamused over video that's been making the rounds on Chinese social media showing clips of its Outstanding Leader dancing, Kung-fu fighting and getting knocked out by US President Barack Obama, Chosun media reports. [ more › ]
Peter Bart and Mike Fleming Jr. worked together for two decades at Daily Variety. In this weekly Sunday column, two old friends get together and grind their axes on the movie business. Bart: Has there ever been a moment when there were...Show More Summary
Remember when North Korean leaders complained about Seth Rogen and James Franco’s new movie The Interview and nothing whatsoever changed? Well, the silence doesn’t mean Kim Jong-un and company have gotten over it. In fact, they’re still...Show More Summary
North Korea's polarizing leader Kim Jong-Un is at the heart of Seth Rogen and James Franco's new movie, "The Interview," and that's not sitting well at all with the controversial country. Now North Korea is going so far as to send a letter to U.N. Show More Summary
The government of North Korea has filed a formal protest with the United Nations over The Interview, a film starring Seth Rogen and James Franco about a plot to kill Kim Jong-Un. In the letter to UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, North...Show More Summary
N. Korea is accusing the United States of sponsoring terrorism and committing an act of war by allowing production of a movie about a plot to kill its leader, Kim Jong Un.
Kim Jong-un is apparently upset about an a forthcoming Hollywood blockbuster which attempts to make an assassination attempt on him the stuff of comedy. The Times recently reported on the uproar in Pyongyang surrounding the film, The Interview, starring James Franco and Seth Rogen ("North Korea Warns U.S. Show More Summary
New footage of North Korea's leader may reveal a physical problem.