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Apple has agreed to start streaming and download sales of Sony Pictures' controversial comedy "The Interview" starring Seth Rogen and James Franco, making the straight-to-online film available to customers in the U.S. and Canada.
James Franco and Seth Rogen celebrated The Interview's swift comeback by live tweeting the movie start to finish, for our benefit. When Sony Pictures originally pulled The Interview from theatrical release following anonymous threats in the wake of Sony's very public hack, the likelihood of a massive comeback for the flick seemed slim. Show More Summary
The Interview is enjoying a hugely successful VOD-run since becoming available earlier in the week to viewers. The James Franco and Seth Rogen controversial comedy, which was rented or downloaded over 2 million, brought in $15 million online through Saturday (December 27) over the long holiday weekend. The film also enjoyed a limited release in [...]
The Interview from Sony Pictures has generated over $15 million in revenue from online rentals and purchases through Saturday. Film industry trade magazine Variety is reporting that the action comedy starring James Franco and Seth Rogen...Show More Summary
Despite the Sony hackers' best efforts, The Interview was still released in theaters on Christmas day, and people still came out to see it en masse! Well, James Franco and Seth Rogen are doing their best to make sure everyone sees their controversial flick by live tweeting it, along with their director Evan Goldberg. Rogen tweeted: "Tomorrow [...]
Two weeks after the intended wide release of “The Interview,” the tumultuous path of the James Franco and Seth Rogen film has taken another turn. Sony Pictures will be sued for using a Korean pop song in the movie, allegedly without paying the artist. The song is “Pay Day” by Yoon Mi-rae, an American-born K-pop star. […]
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Directors Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg will be joined by star James Franco this Sunday, December 28, to live tweet 'The Interview'. [...]
LOS ANGELES — Call it their exit Interview. James Franco, Seth Rogen and his co-director Evan Goldberg are planning to live-tweet The Interview on Sunday at 5 p.m. Eastern time. See also: Stop saying the Sony hack was a publicity hoax...Show More Summary
James Franco and Jonah Hill star in this thriller based on a critically-acclaimed memoir. A disgraced journalist enters a bizarre relationship with a man accused of murdering his own family then stealing the journalist’s identity.
In the end, couldn’t have come up with a better marketing campaign for The Interview if they tried. The Seth Rogen/James Franco feature was originally destined to be forgotten nearly as soon as it was released, sandwiched somewhere between Pineapple and This is The End in terms of quality. Instead, it practically started World War […]
2014 was FULL of scandal in the celebrity world. Jennifer Lawrence became the face of the extremely public nude photo hack, James Franco and Seth Rogen's movie The Interview caused friction between national powers, and SO much more! To get a full recap of those and other scandalous moments from the past year… CLICK HERE to view the [...]
The Interview’s lasting impact will not be how a mediocre film turned into a symbol of freedom, or how it marked James Franco’s slide into the bowels of bad acting (though both are true). More likely, it will be remembered as the flick that transformed the way Hollywood distributes films. Show More Summary
The numbers are in and the big question is finally answered… Well, kind of! Was The Interview a success? The James Franco and Seth Rogen brain-child, which was met with some mixed reviews, pulled in some modest numbers during its Christmas Day release. [ Related: Eminem Comes Out As Gay In The Interview! LOL! ] So, how much, exactly, [...]
Perhaps you've heard of a little movie called "The Interview." In the weeks leading up to its on-again, off-again release, Seth Rogen and James Franco's North Korea-themed comedy precipitated a crippling cyber-attack on Sony Pictures and sparked heated debate on everything from free speech to...
While watching the humorously underplayed scene in The Interview wherein Eminem so casually comes out to James Franco’s talk show host character as gay, this reporter had to remind herself that although I was watching Eminem play himself...Show More Summary