By Samantha Highfill
Updated December 15, 2014 at 11:03 PM EST
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Seth Rogen and James Franco stopped by EW Radio (SiriusXM 105), where they talked with comedian Lisa Lampanelli (for an interview that will air this Friday) about their upcoming film, The Interview, and all of the drama surrounding the recent Sony hack.

Although Rogen said they don’t know of any direct connection between the hack and their film, he did voice his opinion on the breach of confidence and how “super f—ed up” it is that people are publicizing “stolen shit.”

Franco chimed in on the matter of their released Interview salaries, to which he explained that it’s only a small percentage of what the movies actually make. He said, “If we don’t get it, who’s going to get it?” He then commented on how he also does other films and projects that don’t make nearly as much money.

The Interview

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