I'll quote him: " I volunteered to be the student for a sword dancing lesson on a Fox Morning Show. When we entered the studio, there was no communication, and the hosts just threw to music. Here, I am, shirtless, in a turban, making up a dance on live TV. I have never belly danced before."
There wasn't much he could do, but he handled things like a boss anyway.
It's official now, Sony Pictures has decided, after hackers threatened to blow up movie theaters if 'The Interview' was released, to scrap its release plans.