UPDATE: Sony made the new trailer private after this story was published.
Perhaps North Korea didn't win after all?
Earlier today, Sony posted a new trailer for The Interview on their official YouTube page. The unusual trailer release comes one day after Sony Studios announced they were canceling the film's Christmas Day release because of hacking threats that have terrorized the company and specifically condemned The Interview's release.
The newly posted trailer runs 32 seconds and features stars Seth Rogen and James Franco getting into all sorts of hilarious antics as they invade North Korea to kill dictator Kim Jong-un. The clip also features a patriotic message that reads, "In Franco and Rogen we trust." Interestingly, the trailer ends by promoting the flick's Dec. 25 theatrical release.