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Sony’s The Interview has racked up $31 million in digital sales and rentals since its release on Dec. 24, the studio reported today. It said that the Seth Rogen-James Franco comedy, which is available on a number of online, cable, satellite and telecom providers, has been rented or purchased more than 4.3 million times, the company said.
While The Interview has become Sony Pictures’ No. 1 online film of all time, it’s not enjoyed the same profile at the box office, where it’s grossed just over $5 million, expanding last weekend to 558 theaters since its Dec. 25 release.
Online, The Interview is currently available through Google Play; YouTube Movies; Microsoft’s Xbox Video; iTunes; VUDU, Walmart’s digital VOD service; PlayStation Network; Amazon Instant Video; and through the dedicated website www.seetheinterview.com.
The film also is available on cable, satellite, and telecom providers’ video-on-demand services through iN Demand affiliates including Bright House Networks, Comcast, Cox Communications, and Time Warner Cable; Vubiquity affiliates including Charter Communications, Cablevision and AT&T U-verse TV; Verizon FiOS; Dish; and, DirecTV.
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