In a little more than a month The Interview will be everywhere but major movie theaters. The controversial film that made everyone from your culturally illiterate grandma to Barack Obama discuss stoner king Seth Rogen will release on DVD and Blu-ray Feb. 17, Yahoo! News reports.
Sony is shamelessly capitalizing on the movie becoming a symbol of free speech by releasing a "freedom edition" of The Interview. The obnoxiously titled special edition will include 14 deleted scenes, seven minutes of bloopers, and eight featurettes.
Why anyone would want to see footage that wasn't good enough for an exceptionally average film is beyond me. But, hey, Sony still has a $44 million production budget to recoup. "Help us avoid losses in the millions edition" wasn't as sexy of an option.
[via A.V. Club]