Theaters roll out "The Interview" despite threats of attacks

A movie theater in Hartford is showing The Interview, drawing people from all over.

Lights, camera, and international threats from North Korea. Despite hackers threatening 9/11 type attacks Hartford Theater played \"The Interview.\" Some saw it in the theater not online to send a message to North Korea.

Moviegoer, Mark Majske says, \"I could see how they might react that way at the end, he does die. If it were turned around and it was Obama how would you feel.\"

But North Korea didn't see the humor in the assassination of their leader at the end of the film. But so far showing the film hasn't resulted in any reported attacks.

Theaters in Fond du Lac and New London also vowed to play the film. Some said their families refused to come along because of lingering fears about the threats.

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