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A bit of Hollywood history unfolded on Wednesday. And it might be a glimpse into the future.
The controversial Sony Pictures comedy "The Interview" was released on YouTube, Google Play, the Microsoft Xbox video game console, and a special Web site.
The movie, which started streaming online around 1 p.m. ET, costs $5.99 to rent and $14.99 to buy.
So it is having historic simultaneous release in both living rooms and, come Christmas Day, about 300 independently-owned theaters across the United States.
Sony announced the digital release just an hour ahead of time, after CNNMoney and other news organizations began to report on the studio's plans to distribute "The Interview" through YouTube's movie rental store. Word spread via social media
originally posted by: ThichHeaded
originally posted by: ~Lucidity
I probably still won't pay to see it.
They have it on YT for free and I still wont see it..
See what this hand is doing and that one isnt?
That is all..
If you do not get it ask Santa for a brain..
originally posted by: TheMainEvent
"Never let a crisis go to waste."
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originally posted by: elementalgrove
a reply to: Expat888
My god good sir, I can not thank you enough for that--- Uncle Scam!
How have I never thought of that, it is simply to perfect!
THERE IS NO WAY IN HELL EVERY SINGLE EVENT IN THE LAST X INTERNET YEARS BE IT PLANE CRASHES, OIL PRICE CRASHES, HACKS, FIRES, STOCK MARKET CRASHES, WARS, CIVIL WARS, INCURSIONS ETC ETC ETC ETC ALL DOWN TO THE EVIL EVIL US OF A