“We don’t have a better plan – you’re going to have to stick it up your ass.”
The scandalizing hack, provoked by the imminent release of the Kim Jong-un assassination comedy, barely affected Sony’s bottom line
The embattled comedy has recouped some of its $75m budget, but Sony has been hit by another lawsuit following the cyber attack against the company
Sony Pictures has expanded the digital and theatrical release of controversial comedy The Interview, but international release plans for the film remain unclear.
The controversial comedy gets mass interest from illegal downloaders despite some less than glowing reviews.
Sony Pictures announced on Tuesday that it will allow "The Interview" to open in selected theaters on Christmas Day, despite a hacking that the Obama administration blamed on North Korea.
Sony chief: ‘we would still like the public to see this movie’
This is the Christmas that is eating Hollywood.