The Interview brought in over $15 million in revenue from online rentals and sales through Saturday, after the comedy film was released for streaming and download on Christmas Eve.
The four-day revenue follows two million rentals and purchases on YouTube, Google Play, XBox Live and also the standalone site SeeTheInterview.com, Deadline reported Monday. Sony Pictures had opted for a digital release after initially pulling the movie from theaters following terrorist threats.
Streaming rental of the HD film costs $5.99, while downloading and owning the film costs $14.99.
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