Sony Pictures has recently announced that the controversial movie The Interview will be available online through Google Play, YouTube Movies, Xbox Video, and via a dedicated web page (SeeTheInterview.com). The film will cost viewers $5.99 to rent, and $14.99 to own (HD copy).
Notably absent from the list is iTunes, which is a bummer especially for owners of iPhones, iPads, and other iOS devices everywhere. Despite involvement from the White House (Sony Pictures had reportedly asked the White House for help), Apple continues to refuse to stream the movie. Aside from Apple, others like Amazon and Sony's own PlayStation Network have also declined to carry the film.
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