From the inception and announcement of ‘The Interview’ – the James Franco & Seth Rogen film depicting the assassination of N. Korea leader Kim Jong-Un, it has been consumed in a firestorm of controversy.
After hackers threatened to bomb theaters showing the film, Sony was forced to pull it from view all together and followed with plans of sending it straight to DVD – a move that earned a thumbs down from President Obama.
Now, with the real life Olivia Pope on deck, the multimedia giant has concocted a new strategy for getting the movie in the hands of viewers. Thanks to a U2-style roll out, find out how you can view the controversial flick…for free:
“Sony’s current plan for “The Interview’’ is to release the controversial comedy for free on Crackle, the streaming service it owns, sources said Sunday.
Sony pointed out the cancellation came after theater chains and other streaming sites refused to show the film.”
No official news on release date as of time reporting.