After much controversy, Sony Pictures finally released "The Interview." But the film now finds itself in a sea of negative reviews.
A Los Angeles judge denied Roman Polanski's request, ruling he must return to the U.S. for his claims to be heard.
If Sony is successful with its simultaneous digital and theatrical release of "The Interview," other studios could adopt the approach as well.
Sony will rent and sell "The Interview" on its own site, as well as on YouTube, Google Play and Xbox Video.
Locally, Dipson Theaters will show the "The Interview" beginning Friday at their Flix location in Lancaster. There will be five…
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Sony has confirmed it will authorize screenings of "The Interview," and some theaters have announced they'll show the film.
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