This Is What It Was Like To Be At Sony's 'The Interview' Premiere Last Night In LA

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the interview movie premiereAFP/Getty ImagesSony beefed up security for Thursday night's world premiere of "The Interview" in LA.

"The Interview" - the Seth Rogen and James Franco comedy about killing Kim Jong Un at the center of the Sony hacking scandal - had it's world premiere last night in Los Angeles.

Leading up to the premiere, a series of scary cyber attacks hit the studio, releasing everything from employees' Social Security Numbers to execs' entire email inboxes.

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So it was no surprise when Sony announced that the premiere would be low key, with just a red carpet for photo-ops but no interviews.

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LA Times reporter Amy Kaufman was at the highly-anticipated premiere at the Ace Hotel and documented the experience via Twitter:

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Despite more Sony leaks late Thursday of employees' medical records, Kaufman tells us that at the premiere, "no one seemed scared at all."

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"The Interview" centers around  two journalists recruited by the CIA to assassinate North Korean leader Kim Jong-un. The Pyongyang government denounced the film as "undisguised sponsoring of terrorism, as well as an act of war" in a letter to UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon in June.

Sony co-chairman, Amy Pascal, worked with Rogen to make the film's ending - which saw Kim Jong-un's head exploding - "less gory" and less controversial.

Judging by Franco's Instagram photo from the movie's premiere party, the film's stars aren't too worried.

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