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The Simplest Way To Squash Your Anxiety And Feel Less Sucky

I slept for a total of four hours last night. I tossed and turned, because of a migraine, and stressed myself out about whether or not I’d call in sick today and, if I did, being a freelancer, would I be able to make my rent on January 1st? My brain was struggling and I [...]

Eminem Comes Out As Gay in 'The Interview' Cameo: VIDEO

8 hours agoLGBT / Gay : Towleroad

In the opening scenes of The Interview (which can now be rented online), Dave Skylark (James Franco) sits down for a chat with Eminem that quickly turns into a media moment when the 42-year-old rapper reveals all his homophobic lyrics...

Don't Feel Like You Have To See 'The Interview' (SNE)

Today, Sony released "The Interview" in about 300 theaters in the US. If I were you, I wouldn't go see it. I rented the movie online yesterday, and wasted nearly two hours watching the movie just to see what all the fuss was about. I think I laughed twice, and both times were at the beginning when Eminem makes a cameo and comes out as gay. Show More Summary

Revisiting Disintermediation - #Sony 's #TheInterview

Image Source: Earlier tonight, I had the opportunity to do my patriotic duty and support Sony by renting (via GooglePlay) The Interview. Isn't it amazing that spending money and being patriotic come together so perfectly?...Show More Summary

Curbed Comparisons: What You Can Rent for $1,200 in Los Angeles Right Now

Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, where we explore what you can rent or buy for around a certain dollar amount in various Los Angeles neighborhoods. Is one man's studio another man's townhouse? Let's find out! Our friends at Zumper have helped...

‘The Interview’ is out online

Breaking: Sony is releasing The Interview online today at 1PM ET: $6 to rent, $15 to own — The Verge (@verge) December 24, 2014

GentrificationWatch: Meet the Woman Driving Highland Park Gentrification By Convincing Landlords to Jack Up Rents

In Highland Park, a "Going Out of Business" sign rapidly followed by the opening of a store selling stuff that only a handful of the neighbors could afford is one of the most visible signs of gentrification, but it's...

Sony releases ‘The Interview’ across several digital platforms

Photo by Getty Images. Sony Pictures’ controversial comedy, “The Interview” will now be available to rent or buy online beginning today, the studio announced. The movie is set to be released across several digital platforms, including YouTube, Google Play, Microsoft’s Xbox Video and on Sony’s website at 1 p.m. Show More Summary

You Can Watch "The Interview" Right Now. Here's How.

The Interview is live on YouTube right now. You can rent it for $5.99 or buy it for $14.99. Or you can not watch it at all. Or you can watch it later. Or never. Whatever. No pressure. It doesn't make you a bad person. You do you. America is about choice.

Watch 'The Interview' with us and the rest of the Internet

The Interview is now available to rent on Google Play, Xbox Video, YouTube Movies and its own website, so we decided to watch it live along with the rest of the Internet. We'll be sharing the most interesting moments and reaction right here in real time. So join us for our Interview viewing party; we started the movie shortly after 1 p.m. Show More Summary

Young Jeezy rents out movie theater for kids

Young Jeezy got in the holiday spirit by renting out a movie theater in Atlanta Tuesday.

You Can Rent The Interview for $6 Starting Today on YouTube, Google Play, Xbox and Crackle

2 days agoNews : Mediaite

Following CNN's report that Sony Pictures had reached a "tentative deal" with YouTube to make The Interview available for rental, Re/code is now reporting that the film will be available for rent on that site along with Google Play, Xbox Live and the Sony-owned Crackle starting today at 1 p.m. for just $5.99.

The Interview will be available to rent or buy on Google Play and YouTube

Sony is making The Interview available on Google Play and YouTube one day before its theatrical release. The movie will be available to buy or rent from either outlet at 1PM EST/10PM PST today, December 24.

You can rent 'The Interview' on Google, YouTube, Xbox starting today

LOS ANGELES — Sony is releasing The Interview on Google Play, Xbox Video, YouTube Movies and a dedicated website starting Wednesday, making good on persistent rumors that it would come out on demand along with its limited theatricalShow More Summary

Google: We Will Show Sony's Silly Movie Because 'A Handful Of People Can't Determine The Limits Of Free Speech'

Google just released an official statement saying it's going to help Sony and run "The Interview" on YouTube and Google Play. The movie can be purchased or rented. Google says Sony first reached out last Wednesday, and it was tempting to hope someone else would volunteer to run the controversial comedy flick. Show More Summary

Where is 'The Interview' Available Online? Here's Where You Can Stream Without Going to Theaters!

Though The Interview will be playing in select theaters on Christmas, it will be available online one day early (December 24)! The James Franco and Seth Rogen film will be available to rent at 10:00 a.m. PST in HD on Google Play, YouTube Movies, Microsoft’s Xbox Video, and the for the price of $5.99. [...]

Sony Pictures to distribute "The Interview" online

2 days agoTechnology : Tech Talk

The controversial comedy will be available to rent on YouTube, Google Play and other platforms starting on Christmas Eve

Sony offers ‘The Interview’ for rent via YouTube, Google Play, and Xbox Video

Sony has apparently come to a conclusion about what to do with its highly controversial comedy The Interview, which will be available for purchase online today on Google Play, YouTube, Xbox Live, and a handful of other places, the companies announced today. Consumers can either rent or buy the movie, which will be available as […]

NYC woman in trouble for making $61,000 on Airbnb with rent-stabilized apartment

A New York City judge has ordered an Upper West Side woman to stop renting out her rent-stabilized apartment on Airbnb immediately. Noelle Penraat, 62, made $61,000 in nine months from renting out three of the four bedrooms in her apartment, according to the judge. Show More Summary

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