Will it show or won’t it? Sony’s controversial movie “The Interview” is still set to appear in theaters on December 25th after initially striking the release of the film after alleged threats from North Korea over the portrayal of the death of their leader Kim Jung Un.
Well, in a way the media powerhouse is taking some of the power away from hackers who exposed all their personal business for the world to see and read.
The company actually put the film on YouTube for anyone to stream from the privacy of their own home.
You can stream the movie at Seetheinterview.com
It’s not for free though. Sony is still planning on making a buck off a film that people would’ve ignored most likely anyway. So if you’re interested in seeing the film and have $6 to blow, clock here