UPDATE, with tweet from director Evan Golberg : The Interview stars Seth Rogen and James Franco and director Evan Goldberg took to Twitter to celebrate Sony’s decision to release the controversial movie after initially shelving the Christmas Day release. The studio now says it will release the film in limited fashion. The Interview, which prompted an unprecedented hack attack on Sony Pictures Entertainment, will likely be shown in less than 100 indie theaters in the U.S.
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