The numbers are in and the big question is finally answered... Well, kind of!
Was The Interview a success?
So, how much, exactly, did it make for Sony?
Items for sale included a $200,000 designer bed, a $12,000 pool table, a $12,000 Persian rug, a $20,000 pair of brass lion statues, two couches ($7,500 each) that were once owned by Gianni Versace and a $100,000 acrylic painting titled The Dinner Quilt by Faith Ringgold.
But it wasn't just for the rich people! There was a doggie beg and skeleton statue on sale for $20 each.
And, of course, the sale is being filmed for Kimora: Life in the Fab Lane.
Head to Jersey on Friday and Saturday because the sale will still be raging - ya know, if you gotta few thousand just lying around!
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