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Sony reverses course, releases

reuters | 25 Dec 2014, 06:56 pm
"The Interview" is hitting theaters -- whether North Korea likes it or not. In an unusual alliance between small, art-house theaters and low-key college town cinemas, the Seth Rogen-James Franco film

Sony reverses course, releases

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