Sony has completely canceled The Interview, refusing to release it to theaters or to VOD and home video.
So then why did they release a new teaser trailer for the Seth Rogen/James Franco vehicle on Thursday night??
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One would assume because they quickly removed the clip from their YouTube channel that it was an accident.
But the new clips chosen for the teaser seem to indicate this was engineered post controversy, not to mention what was written in the video's description:
"Only one movie has the whole world talking."
Could Sony have been testing the waters to see what people would say? Are they planning on releasing the film in some form after all?
Considering the latest demands from the hackers — who have now been confirmed by the FBI to be the North Korean government — this could be dangerous!
Ch-ch-check out the video (above) and decide for yourself!
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