Twitchy reported earlier how the situation with North Korea hacking and threatening Sony Pictures over “The Interview” led to the scrubbing of a Steve Carell project set in North Korea. ‘Hooray for Pyongyangwood’! Vague threats drive ‘feckless’ studio to scrap another NK-set film

Carell expressed his disappointment on Twitter.

Charlie Chaplin’s The Great Dictator, back when Hollywood had the guts to make fun of our enemies instead of kowtowing to—or siding with—them.

Not to mention that for a strongman dictator, being made to look a fool is likely more enraging than a story about him being killed.

Um…

Maybe ignorance breeds cowardice.

Free enterprise may be the answer.

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Hooray for Pyongyangwood’! Vague threats drive studio to scrap another NK-set film