Almost two weeks have passed since The Interview was released online and in video-on-demand formats after all the controversy the film spawned because of its political content and the still unresolved Sony hacking, which was probably the illuminati. In its first weekend of release the Seth Rogen and James Franco comedy raked in 15 million from digital rentals and independent theaters. That tally is up to 31 million now.

Additionally, it’s only made five million in theaters—despite expanding to more theaters after the first weekend—making for a combined revenue of 36 million. This doesn’t even begin to cover the film’s cost and other expenses, but it’s better than the film never seeing the light of day right? 

If you still haven’t watched it you can find The Interview on YouTube, iTunes, Google Play, Xbox and on VOD.


[via Variety]