Sony considers releasing streaming movie that sparked cyberattack

Sony may follow a suggestion that has been circulating on the internet for the past few days: release the movie “The Interview” on the net for free. New York Post published a report stating that the title will be placed on Crackle, Sony’s free streaming service that is funded with advertising.

O Re / code talked to a company spokeswoman who denied part of the story. Claiming that the Post’s report is poorly grounded, Lauren Condoluci did not go so far as to deny everything, just stressed that “Sony is still exploring distribution options.”

That means “The Interview” may still end at Crackle, but the decision has not yet been made.

Shortly after the idea arose that Sony would release the entire film on the internet, Brazilian writer Paulo Coelho offered a $ 100,000 company for the rights of the title to do just that. Then the most controversial part of the comedy leaked, in which the leader of North Korea, Kim Jong Un, murdered.

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