Sony to Release ‘The Interview’ on Christmas After All

Having gotten a ton of publicity for the upcoming movie “The Interview” by claiming they were never going to release it, Sony has now announced that they will be releasing the movie on time on Christmas Day.

The movie was previously pulled after hackers threatened to “9/11” every movie theater that showed it, and several theater chains pulled out. North Korea has denied involvement with the hack, and says they would not attack innocent movie-goers.

President Obama had been critical of Sony for not releasing the movie, a comedy about assassinating North Korean ruler Kim Jong-un. It is still unclear how many theaters will show the movie on time, though the hype surrounding it over the past weeks will likely attract considerable interest.

The hackers who were threatening Sony over the release have also, curiously, clammed up about the matter lately, and with North Korea publicly insisting they have nothing to do with them, their credibility is likely weakened.

21 thoughts on “Sony to Release ‘The Interview’ on Christmas After All”

    1. That's what I've also commented on in some prior posts from Ditz. But I didn't think it would be released until next year. Sony will make a fortune. North Korea should demand a cut.

    2. The greatest marketing hoax of all time was making people think Obama would satisfy progressives, close Guantanamo, stop torture, and prosecute those responsible for the 2008 financial meltdown (instead of giving them a pat on the back and sending them on their way).This fooled minorities, liberals and peaceniks with that one, as well as Republicans who were concerned the color of his skin would preclude him from acting more or less just like them.

  1. All those Hollywood honchos must be wondering how can they can Obama to advertize their lousy movie. So is that what the PRESIDENT OF SOLE POWERFUL NATION IN THE UNIVERSE is reduced to? Selling crappy movies. One of the produces must have given one hefty donation to Obama.

  2. American sheep will flock to see a mediocre movie simply to tthumb their nose at north Korea,like going shopping after9/11!

    1. Not just a mediocre movie, but state department propaganda. They flock to fill their brains with state department propaganda and pay for the privilege.

  3. Instead of making a lousy movie with subliminal messages about regime change in NK, how about Hollywood making a movie with subliminal message about regime change in Washington? Now that's a movie that the whole world would find hilarious. They can use few CIA experts on the script to plant few practical ideas how the regime change can be accomplished. Not the regular farce that occurs every 4 years for the amusement of the American public, but a real regime change that can actually bring something new. Then let Obama defend that freedom of speech.

  4. There's a web site called rotten tomatoes that does movie reviews. A read a few reviews that called this movie a piece of trash. Yet the same site said that 96% of people surveyed want to see it. The CIA was behind making this movie, so I guess they're now in charge of publicity. Other studios should demand the same consideration.

  5. It is still hazy what number of theaters will demonstrate the motion picture on time, however the buildup encompassing it over the previous weeks will probably draw in impressive investment.

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  7. Instead of making a lousy movie with subliminal messages about regime change in NK, how about Hollywood making a movie with subliminal message about regime change in Washington?

  8. The greatest marketing hoax of all time was making people think Obama would satisfy progressives, close Guantanamo, stop torture, and prosecute those responsible for the 2008 financial meltdown (instead of giving them a pat on the back and sending them on their way).This fooled minorities, liberals and peaceniks with that one, as well as Republicans who were concerned the color of his skin would preclude him from acting more or less just like them.

  9. There's a web site called rotten tomatoes that does movie reviews. A read a few reviews that called this movie a piece of trash. Yet the same site said that 96% of people surveyed want to see it. The CIA was behind making this movie, so I guess they're now in charge of publicity. Other studios should demand the same consideration.

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