Bisexual Kim Jong Un Orgy Scene Removed From ‘The Interview’

Sony did eventually release the Kim Jong Un-lambasting comedy movie The Interview, despite threats from North Korea. Nevertheless, the studio made a number of edits to appease critics — and perhaps minimize outrage from Kim — including scenes of the aftermath of a bisexual orgy with Kim Jong Un, James Franco’s Dave Skylark character, and four women.

Independent movie theaters across America showed The Interview on Christmas Day, celebrating the release as a triumph of freedom over the threatening North Korean regime and their hackers. Nevertheless, the film shown in theaters was a “redacted version,” according to Sony staff, with a number of edits made to appease critics.

The most eye-catching cut was a 10 minute scene showing the aftermath of Kim Jong Un’s sexual adventures with James Franco’s character and the leader’s personal harem.

According to the Daily Mail, the original script contained this part.

“Dave and Kim are in a bed naked, with the four women. They’re all playing MORTAL KOMBAT.”

The movie’s main characters go on about Kim Jong Un’s sexual abilities, saying, “Moreover, he is champion at fellatio. He can suck a 12 inch c**k while ice-skating backwards.”

Sony also made more subtle changes to The Interview, including taking the North Korean military insignia off of the uniforms of soldiers.

Censorship to appease Kim Jong Un’s North Korea began early in the editing process. As previously reported by the Inquisitr, Sony’s chairman requested that a scene showing Kim’s head exploding be removed from the final cut. Seth Rogen refused to cut the entire explosion, but did make compromises, such as reducing burning hair and cuts.

Still, for all the work to appease critics, the movie inspired cyberattacks on Sony and rumored U.S. counterattacks on North Korea’s already limited internet.

According to BBC News, Kim Jong Un took the opportunity to accuse the U.S. government, and President Obama in particular, of forcing the film’s release.

In a statement from Kim, the North Korean leader called the film a “dishonest and reactionary movie hurting the dignity of the supreme leadership of the DPRK [North Korea] and agitating terrorism.”

Kim went on to say of the president, “Obama always goes reckless in words and deeds like a monkey in a tropical forest.”

The regime also accused Washington of “groundlessly” linking the cyberattack at Sony to North Korea.

Nevertheless, racial slurs and accusations are most likely only buffering the film’s popularity. If Kim Jong Un really wants revenge, he’ll have to make his own movie, maybe one showing Seth Rogen as a giggling, overweight, pot-smoking comedian. That would teach him a lesson.

[Image via Sony Pictures/The Interview]