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Sony's The Interview out now in the US through PSN, YouTube Movies, Google Play, Xbox Videos and SeeTheInterview.com: $6 for rental, $15 to own

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I just really, really want to know how much they'll make with this, the movie on its own doesn't interest me in the least.



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And it should be out now!



Greatest marketing stunt of all time, this will put sony back in the black forever. I predict gross revenue greater than JC's avatar, i also predict teh endz is nigh



Reasonable price, that $6 to rent is cheaper then the movie theaters, which is basically the same as renting.



$6 is not bad considering that movie tickets are $12.50 (in my area anyways) and this is a brand new movie. They are gonna lose movie on it no matter what thanks to this little fiasco but at least they can recover something from it.

That being said, i may or may not rent it. $6 is reasonable enough for me and I got a good TV and surround sound to watch it.



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Dark_Feanor said:
iTechHeads said:
Not on PSN??


PSN is not strong enought to face the fury of the GOP cyber atacks  


It will be avalible on Xbox Live, PSN, YouTube and GooglePlay.



Damn, second time MS have gone out of their way to help Sony this year :P



 

Seece said:
Damn, second time MS have gone out of their way to help Sony this year :P

Just remeber Sony help MS with every XBO made =P



Gilgamesh said:

Reasonable price, that $6 to rent is cheaper then the movie theaters, which is basically the same as renting.

Exactly.  I'm gonna go grab a bottle and watch it with some friends tonight.  I wonder though, if more companies will release direcdtly online lime this if this winds up selling alot... and lets face it it will.  



RenCutypoison said:
Overpriced movie to fight communism. Capitalism at its finest.

Quoted. Publicity and money rules. Personally, I still feel that this movie should not have even been made. It's past overrated now that it caused this certain buzz.