Yesterday, Sony made “The Interview” available online through Google Play, YouTube Movies, and Xbox Video. Unfortunately, the film was restricted to the U.S. only, so viewers in other countries either had to celebrate Christmas with a Yule Log video or run off to a torrent site. Read More
The online version of The Interview is topping the movie sales chart on the Google Play store, and leads the “Top Selling” playlist on the YouTube Movies site, according to charts on both Google-owned sites. Neither Sony nor Google representatives were disclosing actual sales numbers on the Google sites. Show More Summary
(NSFW) Seth Rogen and James Franco’s controversial movie The Interview is now available for streaming or digital download from its official site, YouTube, Google Play or Xbox Video (yep, not on Sony Unlimited Video!).
It appears Google really wants you to spend your Christmas watching "The Interview." Just check out the note at the bottom of its festive Doodle. Yesterday, Google began streaming "The Interview" on Google Play and YouTube, a week after Sony allegedly approached the search engine giant asking for help distributing the film. Show More Summary
Google now shows song lyrics in a new search card and links to Google Play for the full lyrics. For example, a search for [your song lyrics] in the US shows some of the lyrics from Elton John's song and links to a Google Play Store page that lets you preview the song, buy it or listen it in Google Play Music. Show More Summary
Seth Rogan and James Franco fans will have something extra to celebrate this Christmas with news that The Interview is now available on Google Play, YouTube and Xbox. The distribution of the movie had previously been canned following threats from North Korean backed hackers, … Continue reading ?
After much controversy, Sony Pictures released the Seth Rogen comedy The Interview on Google Play and YouTube earlier today. If you’re looking to brave the wrath of North Korea and watch the movie for yourself, there are a number of ways you can do so on your iPhone, iPad, or Apple TV. Of course, you […]
Good(?) news for our friends up north — The Interview just got its first international premiere, as it's now available to stream on Google Play and YouTube in the great frozen north. [Twitter] Read more...
Christmas has come early for free speech proponents: At 1 p.m. this afternoon, Sony released the controversy-riddled, previously-withheld Kim Jong-un assassination comedy The Interview via YouTube, Google Play, Xbox video, and Sony’s website. Show More Summary
The studio’s deal to stream the movie online comes after a terror threat limited its theatrical release.
The Interview has had the craziest release story of any film in recent memory. After a crippling hacking attack, terrorist threats, and state-sponsored “cybervandalism“, the movie is now (finally) available to watch. More »
At 1 p.m. ET, The Interview went up on YouTube and Google Play, along with a dedicated site hosted by Sony, and America's newsrooms apparently stopped what they were doing to watch.
It's not hard to spot a conspicuous absence in the list of streaming services offering the Seth Rogen comedy The Interview Wednesday. Google Play is offering it. YouTube is offering it. Microsoft's Xbox Live is offering it. Sony setShow More Summary
The Interview is available to stream today on YouTube, Google Play, and Xbox, and both Google and Microsoft put out statements on their company blogs declaring this to be a victory for free speech and free expression.
Earlier this month, Sony pulled their planned release of the political comedy, succumbing to threats by a hackers group that the US claims is linked to North Korea.
The Interview has been made available for streaming and purchase online ahead of its theatrical release Christmas Day. YouTube Movies, Google Play, Xbox Videos, and a dedicated website are all offering the controversial comedy for $5.99 to rent and $14.99 … Read more ›
The Seth Rogen and James Franco-starring Kim Jong Un assassination comedy was released on YouTube and Google Play today at 1 p.m. EST. But is it worth all the drama?
The Interview is available for online streaming, as of today, on YouTube, Google Play, Xbox, and Crackle. But it's not on iTunes yet, despite a report claiming Sony asked the White House for help with that.
On Wednesday, Sony announced it would release the embattled comedy "The Interview" on a host of digital platforms--including Google Play, Microsoft Xbox and YouTube--and make it available for rental or purchase from Christmas Eve through the holiday weekend. The timing had us feeling musical.
Available now via YouTube, Google Play, XBOX, and other digital platforms.