Somehow, 'The Interview' Is Relevant Now
James Franco and Seth Rogen's North Korea–focused buddy comedy is still stupid, but it feels serious too.
These Are the Cyberweapons Used to Hack Sony
A new report reveals the Sony hackers hit many other targets before the Hollywood studio, and were active since 2009, perhaps even 2007.
How South Korean Activists Are Blackmailing North Korea with ‘The Interview’
The battle to get the movie into North Korea isn’t over.
Which Countries Should You Be Scared of in 2015?
A guide to the globe's bad guys.
Sony Hack: FBI Doubles Down on North Korea Blame Amid New Doubt from Experts
The FBI is now reportedly investigating the possibility that the hack was an inside job.
The Fear Digest
The Police, People Who Hate the Police, and More Things Americans Were Scared of This Week
Our weekly rundown of terror and fear.
VICE Meets the Men Behind 'The Interview'
This interview with the cast and creators of <i>The Interview</i>—Seth Rogen, James Franco, and Evan Goldberg—was conducted by VICE on December 9, two days before the world premiere of the film in Los Angeles.
What Would a Major Studio Video on Demand Release Look Like?
It took a terrorist threat from hackers to push a major studio to finally release a movie online.
Why Indie Movie Theaters Decided to Save 'The Interview'
Sony reversed its decision to cancel the release of the controversial film.
'The Interview' Now Has a Perfect 10 Rating on IMDb
Thanks to 4chan.
VICE on HBO Extended
A Look Back at the Time We Went to North Korea to Play Basketball
Tensions are high between the "Hermit Kingdom" and the United States at the moment, but in 2013 our HBO show went inside the country with Dennis Rodman and the Harlem Globetrotters.
Obama: James Flacco Is An Elite Actor
This is President Obama mixing up James Franco with Joe Flacco to create James Flacco. He's a legit sports fan.