The Interview

The Interview

United Kingdom Granted Wide Release of "The Interview"

Posted Wednesday January 7, 2015 2:25 PM GMT

After plenty of controversy in the United States, Sony decided to get the ball rolling and set a wide release for "The Interview" in the United Kingdom. Earlier today (January 7), the Seth Rogen/ James Franco flick is slated to hit theaters in Great Britain and Ireland on February 6.


“The Interview” Final Red Band Trailer Has Arrived: Watch Here!

Posted Wednesday December 31, 2014 4:33 PM GMT

Following a $15 million holiday run, “The Interview” has now released one last red band trailer for all to enjoy. The Sony Pictures production was initially pulled from its Christmas Day debut, but ended up opening in independent theaters as well as several VOD options.

As of this week, “The Interview” is now playing in 331 theaters and can be rented or purchased over the internet through iTunes and various other websites.


Sony Pictures Hack: It Was An Inside Job!

Posted Tuesday December 30, 2014 11:10 AM GMT

Though the FBI claimed that Kim Jong-Un was definitely responsible for the Sony Pictures computer hacking scandal, it turns out North Korea may not be on the hook after all. According to Cybersecurity firm Norse Corp, the whole snafu was coordinated by a former Sony employee who is based right here in the USA.


Seth Rogen & James Franco Are Hilarious in Live-Tweet Session of “The Interview”

Posted Monday December 29, 2014 2:33 PM GMT

Despite North Korea’s threats, Sony released “The Interview” last week in theaters and online, and Seth Rogen and James Franco even treated fans to a live-tweet of the whole movie.


"The Interview” Rakes in $15 Million From Digital Downloads!

Posted Monday December 29, 2014 11:33 AM GMT

The members of the online hacker group Guardians of Peace must be fuming as Sony has announced a whopping $15 million in earnings from the digital downloads of “The Interview.” According to a Sony Pictures statement the controversial flick has set a new record for their video on demand service, and that’s a welcome batch of good news in the midst of all the leaked emails and films as of late.


“Unbroken,” “Into the Woods” & “The Gambler”: Christmas Day Box Office Cheer!

Posted Friday December 26, 2014 5:03 PM GMT

Once the food is eaten and the presents are opened, many families head off to the movie theater to catch a Christmas Day flick. And this year, Angelina Jolie’s “Unbroken” is the undisputed top dog, with earnings in the low-to-mid teens ($13-$15 million) on Thursday (December 25).

Just behind the Louis Zamperini flick is “Into The Woods,” starring Meryl Streep, Emily Blunt, Anna Kendrick and Johnny Depp, with approximately $10 million in ticket sales.


“The Interview” Slated To Play In Select Theaters and Video On Demand on Christmas Day!

Posted Tuesday December 23, 2014 2:51 PM GMT

While things were looking pretty dismal last week, now it seems Sony has decided to release “The Interview” on Christmas Day after all.


“The Interview” Will Be Released Says Sony’s Lawyer

Posted Monday December 22, 2014 10:35 AM GMT

They’ve been taking some serious heat for bending to the Guardians of Peace, and even though Sony decided not to release “The Interview” on Christmas Day, the movie itself isn’t dead in the water.