Those who were worried that Seth Rogan’s controversial film, “The Interview,” may not see the light of day anytime soon, will have those fears debunked, thanks to digital distribution.
As of 10 a.m. PST today, according to The Hollywood Reporter, Sony made their movie available through YouTube Movies, Google Play, Xbox Video, and their own distribution website, www.seetheinterview.com. The rental price is $5.99, while owning the digital HD film goes for $14.99.
This coincides with the theatrical release of “Interview” in select theaters tomorrow. A full list of those theaters is available on fellow CP contributor Robert Nichols’ page. Follow the hyperlink Here.
The release of this movie has developed a whirlwind of media buzz, from the nation of North Korea condemning the film, to Sony being the recipient of hackers, to the studio shelving the film indefinitely, due to similar hacker threats, to the film being released after all, and North Korea’s own internet being downed for unknown reasons.
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