Even If 'The Interview' Itself Isn't Released, A Porn Parody Of The Movie Will Be

North Korea is definitely not going to be happy about this.

If Kim Jong-un wasn't happy with "The Interview," something tells us he's really not going to like its porn iteration. Which is, of course, coming soon. Bow chicka bow wow!

Yup: Larry Flynt, one of the co-kings of all things sexual (alongside Hugh Hefner, natch) has decided that porn is the best way to fight back against a group of hackers and North Korea's attempts to silence the film and snuff out its release because it depicts their supreme leader, Jong-un, being assassinated. And, well, isolated extremist nations aren't really too keen on seeing their dictators in unsavory circumstances.

According to AVN News, Flynt's movie is meant to take a stand against the recent backlash against Seth Rogen and James Franco's "The Interview." Sony recently pulled the film from its Christmas Day release schedule amid a flurry of leaked documents and domestic terror threats from a group known only as Guardians of Peace, which may or may not have been aided by the North Korean government to take on the production powerhouse. President Barack Obama later went on to condemn Sony Studios for cowtowing to the online threats.

"If Kim Jong-un and his henchmen were upset before, wait till they see the movie we're going to make," explained the Hustler founder and chairman. "I've spent a lifetime fighting for the First Amendment, and no foreign dictator is going to take away my right to free speech." Or free boobies, as it were!

Currently titled "This Ain’t The Interview XXX," Hustler's spoof will follow a very similar plot to its inspiration: with two civilians recruited to assassinate Jong-un — though, given that this is a porno, there's probably more nudity than bloodshed in this version.

Do you think a porn parody is a solid way to fight back against the recent events? Let us know in the comments.