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Eminem Comes Out in The Interview

Eminem Comes Out in The Interview


Is it funny — or just more trolling by the homophobic rap star?

Crowds gathered on Christmas Eve for the first screenings of The Interview on Christmas day after Sony changed course and decided to release the Seth Rogen/Evan Goldberg-directed comedy in 331 independent cinemas across the nation. The film, which is also about an assassination plot against North Korean leader Kim Jong-un. The comedy could also be streamed on YouTube, Xbox Video, and Sony's own website beginning this week. As it's being viewed in theaters and living rooms around the country, now a patriotic symbol of free speach, scenes and snippets began appearing online.

One such scene is one in which James Franco's character, a cheesy tabloid journalist, interviews Eminem. The rapper, who's been a fan of homophobic lyrics for as long as he's been famous, comes out in the interview in The Interview. More biting satire, we guess. Or just desparate gay-baiting?

Watch a clip below:

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