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One of the year’s most talked-about films, The Interview, is finally available to be seen, so of course Twitter currently abounds with comments centered on it.
After canceling its release earlier this month following threats from hackers, Sony released the comedy Wednesday on VOD, and it’s hitting select theaters Thursday. The film stars Seth Rogen and James Franco as two guys who set out to assassinate North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
Here’s what people were saying on Twitter who had seen the movie or planned to watch it.
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Happy streaming…if you want Kim Jong-un to have your Amex details. #TheInterview
— Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) December 24, 2014
Gonna watch “The Interview” on my couch in my tighty whities because freedom. #ThanksObama #JamesFlacco
— Zach Braff (@zachbraff) December 24, 2014
BTW Come hell or high water I’m going to see #TheInterview tomorrow- If I have to go to Franco’s house and he acts it out for me. #hackgate
— John Stamos (@JohnStamos) December 24, 2014
ok so i finished the interview and it was a movie.
— Jared Keller (@jaredbkeller) December 24, 2014
Q: doesn’t streaming and VOD today kinda bone all those indie chains who went out on a limb to carry the movie tomorrow?
— julieplec (@julieplec) December 24, 2014
Just finished “The Interview.” You know what the problem is? Franco. The movie acts like he’s this skilled comedian. And he’s just … not.
— Will Leitch (@williamfleitch) December 25, 2014
“TODAY, WE CELEBRATE .. .. OUR INDEPENDENCE!!” [Turns on #TheInterview] pic.twitter.com/dbZVc0EJhy
— Carl Quintanilla (@carlquintanilla) December 24, 2014
35 minutes in, wondering if i’ll ever laugh again
— The War on Kleesmas (@MilesKlee) December 24, 2014
There is one black person in The Interview. He plays a CIA agent.
— Roxane Gay (@rgay) December 25, 2014
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