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Watch The Interview right now before the select theaters who decided to premier the movie on Christmas Day start their showings. For $5.99 – $14.99, you can either stream this film in standard definition or high definition. The reviews have already started to pour in, and one person, Alexander Narayan, says: “Even though the hacking of Sony might have been the ultimate inside job to promote this movie, and even if it was NK hackers mad at the plot and story line, the biggest thing for me was that they released this the day before it was to hit theaters online! Online! I don’t have to pay a huge mark up on concessions, or deal with other patrons, I can watch this any time I want (I bought it for 15 bucks) in the comfort of my home. That’s pretty cool.” Continue reading for the latest trailer, video page links and to read about a glitch today that let anyone download the film.
The Verge reports: “Those who spent $5.99 to watch a 48-hour rental of The Interview on their browser could simply share the URL of the film with anyone else. Worse yet, anyone who had access to the link was able to save an unprotected copy locally through a super obvious loophole.” YouTube Movies / Google Play / Xbox Video.