The Interview (2014)

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The Interview (2014) movie poster.

Movie (2014)
French title : L'interview qui tue

James Franco (Dave Skylark)
Seth Rogen (Aaron Rapoport)
Lizzy Caplan (Agent Lacey)
Randall Park (Kim Jong-un)

(Synopsis needed)

McDonnell Douglas F-15 Eagle

During the credits, an animation on a pencil box displays North Korean war machines ... including these F-15 Eagles !!!

IntQT 00001.jpg

Boeing 747-4J6

Reg. B-2443 Boeing 747-4J6 c/n 25881 of the fictional airlines Zhangzhou Air (in fact, it's Air China re-skinned).
This landing is used again in Operation Rogue (but with the real airline's name).

Boeing 747-4J6 of Air China.

Boeing 737-8B5 & Airbus A340-642

Airliners in the background.
A Boeing 737 of Korean Air in front of an A340 of China Eastern Airlines.

Boeing 737-8B5 of Korean Air and Airbus A340-642 of China Eastern Airlines.

Boeing 737-86N

Boeing 737 of Grand China Air in the background.

Boeing 737-86N of Grand China Air.



Boeing 737-300

Boeing 737-300

Boeing 737-200

In a continuity error, the new generation 737 seen above, once on the ground is a Boeing 737-200 with older engines in fictional airline Air Kyryong.

Boeing 737-200.
Boeing 737-200.
Boeing 737-200.

Unidentified Cessna

IntQT 00009.jpg


What seems to merge some parts of the General Atomics MQ-1 Predator with others of Elbit Hermes.

IntQT 00010.jpg
IntQT Hermes-Predator.jpg

Sikorsky S-61

IntQT 00005.jpg
IntQT S-61 attack.jpg
IntQT S-61.jpg

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