The Interview Now Available on Google Play, YouTube Movies, the Xbox & the Web

It looks like America will get to see The Interview on Christmas Day after all — heck, even before. After Sony announced yesterday that the Seth Rogen-James Franco film will be shown in select US cinemas on Christmas, the announcement came this morning that Americans can exercise their freedom and watch the film online too — right now.

According to an announcement on the official Google blog, “starting at 10 a.m. PST in the U.S., you can rent or buy The Interview on Google Play and YouTube Movies. It will also be available to Xbox Video customers and via”  The film can be rented in HD for $5.99, or bought in HD for $14.99.

It’s a little victory for the arts and Hollywood. Now let’s hope the film delivers the laughs.

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