Seth Rogen Recalls The Insanity Of Shooting ‘The Interview’ With A Live Tiger

Entertainment Writer
04.30.16

The Interview was quite the experience from start to finish with its production and release. Seth Rogen did not have a fun time with the film, mostly due to the whole North Korean response and need for security before the film was released. The saga of the film was well documented, with numerous alleged connections to the Sony hack and other stunts related to the Asian dictatorship.

But one thing that was covered on the bonus features to The Interview Blu-Ray — which I assume one or two people bought — and is getting revived thanks to Graham Norton is the story of Rogen and the Toronto Tiger. Not only did the movie use a real tiger for a scene in the film, but it was apparently a bad idea all around according to the tiger trainers on hand.

Having the shoot at night, in an open field, and in the rain was apparently a bad combination for shooting the tiger scene. At least “30-40% more dangerous” according to Rogen, enjoying his drink on the latest episode of The Graham Norton Show.

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