‘The Interview’ Released On PSN Store
The official movie poster of The Interview Spending their entire Christmas vacations trying to achieve PSN back up, Sony has finally released the ...
Spending their entire Christmas vacations trying to achieve PSN back up, Sony has finally released the controversial movie ‘The Interview’ on their PSN video store so fans can get their hand on it. ‘The Interview’ is the comedy starring James Franco, Seth Rogen and has set a buzz all over the world because of North Korea’s revulsion for the film. The movie consists of two journalists who have been employed by the US government to assassinate Kim Jong Un and laughter prevails post assassination.
The movie produced by Seth Rogen, is not just receiving attention because of the controversy with North Korea, but it is also believed to be the main reason behind the recent Sony Pictures hacks that leaked several celebrities’ personal pictures. This event caused worldwide information leak all over the company.
The theatrical release of the movie was hauled because of North Korea’s threats, but the producers succeeded in releasing it online on demand services. All this happened right on time for the Christmas holidays.
The movie is available on PSN store for both renting and purchasing in SD and HD. The cost of rental is $5.99 and purchasing is $14.99. All the fans fervently waiting for the movie will now be able to see it on Xbox Live, PlayStation Network, Google Play and Amazon Instant Video.