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Seth Rogen and James Franco to Live-Tweet 'The Interview' By Clip Syndicate While the last-minute decision to distribute The Interview to indie cinemas and directly on video-on-demand diminished the controversial comedy's box office potential, the film's inventive release has also opened the door to a new way of presenting a movie: Seth Rogen, his writing/directing partner Evan Goldberg and James Franco will all live-tweet during The Interview Sunday starting at 2 p.m. PST. Rogen tweeted. "Join us! It'll be like Pop-UP Video!" Because the film is available on VOD, Rogen, Franco and Goldberg can synchronize the viewing experience of their just-released film, which would have been virtually impossible had The Interview been conventionally released. Given the uproar over the film – from being a catalyst for Sony cyber attack to inciting a war of words between the United States and North Korea – The Interview live-tweet should provide some insight into some of the chaos Rogen and Franco have been experiencing since their film was briefly pulled from its December 25th theatrical release.

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North Korea Suffered Another Internet Outage By Clip Syndicate North Korea suffered another Internet outage on Saturday, less than a week after another interruption — believed to have been caused by an external attack — left the country without online access for more than nine-and-a-half hours . Xinhua News Agency, a state-run media outlet in China, reported the outage, which impacted North Korea's Internet and 3G cell phone network. Dyn Research confirmed Saturday's outage, which lasted more than five hours. ...Read More »
The Interview, Released on Christmas Despite "Challenging Circumstances," Made HOW Much at the Box Office? By Clip Syndicate Following an almost-cancellation of The Interview amid threats from hackers, the controversial, R-rated political comedy, which mocks North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and depicts his assassination, made more than $1 million in one day from its limited theatrical release. The news was announced by studio Sony Pictures, the distributor of the movie, which stars Seth Rogen and James Franco. ...Read More »
Sony PlayStation, Microsoft Xbox Websites Hit by Delays By Clip Syndicate Microsoft Corp's Xbox Live and Sony Corp's PlayStation Networks experienced user connection problems on Christmas Day, for which a hacker group claimed responsibility. The group, called Lizard Squad, could not be reached for comment, and the companies did not give a reason for the connectivity issues. Both companies expected heavy use as people who received Microsoft Xbox players or Sony PlayStations on Christmas tried to hook up. ...Read More »
Sony Streams North Korea Comedy Online By Clip Syndicate Entertainment giant Sony on Wednesday streamed "The Interview," the movie that has outraged North Korea for lampooning dictator Kim Jong-Un, giving an early online Christmas present to US viewers. The madcap, irreverent R-rated comedy was available for rent in the United States from 1800 GMT on several platforms, a day before a limited release in about 200 cinemas on Christmas Day. It was being distributed on Google's YouTube for a $5.99 rental fee, on the Google Play app for Android devices and on a dedicated website, seetheinterview.com.

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Sony's 'The Interview' Challenges North Korea — and Hollywood By Clip Syndicate The Interview , for all its build up and controversy, could be the canary that Hollywood studios watch as they navigate the perils of more quickly making movies available online. By releasing the movie on Google and Microsoft's Xbox streaming services , among others, Sony has given Hollywood a test case for distributing movies outside the multiplex cinemas. For decades, fear and economics have combined to keep studios from collapsing a system that has required movies to first appear in a cinema, then on DVD or downloads before reaching HBO, basic cable and Netflix.

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Patriotism and Laughs as Fans Stream 'The Interview' By Clip Syndicate Given their first opportunity to watch Sony Pictures' comedy "The Interview" on Wednesday after a massive cyberattack nearly buried its release, viewers of the film described it as a chance to show their patriotism, as well as laugh. The Sony Corp unit on Wednesday released "The Interview," which stars Seth Rogen and James Franco as agents assigned to kill North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, through online video platforms such as Google's YouTube and Microsoft Corp's Xbox Video. ...Read More »
Where to Watch 'The Interview' Online By Clip Syndicate In addition to releasing The Interview into 300 indie theaters across the nation on Christmas Day, Sony also will make the controversial comedy available on several digital outlets, beginning Christmas Eve. Viewers can watch The Interview on Google Play, YouTube Movies, Microsoft’s Xbox Video and the dedicated website www.seetheinterview.com at a price of $5.99. The film can also be purchased in HD for $14.99.

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'The Interview' Made Available on Digital Platforms By Clip Syndicate "The Interview" will be available for rental on a variety of digital platforms including Google Play, YouTube Movies, Microsoft's Xbox Video and a separate Sony website beginning Wednesday. The movie, set to be released on demand on Wednesday, will cost $5.99 to stream. It also will open in about 200 theaters on Thursday. The studio announced the news just one day after reversing a previous decision not to show the film at all after hackers threatened moviegoers with violence. ...Read More »
Why Amazon Will Double Down on the Fire Phone By Clip Syndicate When Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos unveiled the Fire Phone in June, he promised consumers a "better phone" than what was already on the market. The phone was certainly different. It featured 3-D imaging, flashy dynamic-perspective technology and the ability to scan physical objects for easy purchasing on Amazon.com. But consumers weren't convinced they needed the device, and there was too much competition from well-established smartphone makers. Amazon just couldn't sell the phones. ...Read More »

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