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“The Interview” Screen Captures

Sony’s The Interview has racked up $31 million in digital sales and rentals since its release on Dec. 24. It said that the Seth Rogen/James Franco comedy, which is available on a number of online, cable, satellite and telecom providers, has been rented or purchased more than 4.3 million, the company said.

The Interview is currently available through Google Play; YouTube Movies; Microsoft’s Xbox Video; iTunes; VUDU, Walmart’s digital VOD service; PlayStation Network; Amazon Instant Video; and through the dedicated website www.seetheinterview.com.

The film also is available withcable, satellite, and telecom providers’ video-on-demand services through iN DEMAND affiliates including Bright House Networks, Comcast, Cox Communications, and Time Warner Cable; VUBIQUITY affiliates including Charter Communications, Cablevision, and, AT&T U-verse TV; Verizon FiOS; DISH; and, DIRECTV.

Check in our gallery screen captures of the film:


Categories The Interview

The Interview Now Available Via YouTube, GooglePlay and More

Just 24 hours after Sony Pictures announced that the controversial film starring Seth Rogen and James Franco will be distributed in limited theaters beginning Dec. 25, the studio revealed that the comedy will also be available on various streaming services.

According to the movie’s official website, the film can now be viewed or purchased on GooglePlay, YouTube and XBox Video as well as the site SeeTheInterview.com.

It only costs $5.99 to rent the flick or $14.99 to purchase. Per Google’s official blog, Sony reached out to the Internet company after the theatrical release of the film was pulled due to the unprecedented security hack.