Netflix will offer Sony Pictures Entertainment ’s controversial comedy, 'The Interview,' to U.S. and Canadian members beginning Saturday, Jan. 24.
As the controversial comedy is the number one rental on Xbox Video and YouTube Movies, 'The Interview' is also selling out at the independent theaters that were brave enough to release it on Christmas Day.
Call off the FBI on this one. This early footage from 'The Interview' — which you can watch above — is totally legit, and you can only see it on Yahoo Movies.
So Seth Rogen and James Franco decide to make a little movie about a plot to assassinate the dictator of North Korea.
James Franco’s appearance at the Arclight Cinemas in Hollywood last Friday was his latest achievement in unusual mash-ups (which includes spinning an art installation from a guest-stint on long-running soap opera General Hospital). The actor-director exhibited his special brand of movie star-meets-cultural experimentalist for the screening of his latest directorial effort, Child of God. Franco’s film, which he adapted from the 1973 Cormac McCarthy novel of the same name, deals in human horror (including a depiction of necrophilia).The story follows Lester Ballard — a feral loner cast out by society — as he is driven to violence and murder. Played by newcomer Scott Haze, the mumbling and socially defective Ballard is a woodsman living in ’60s rural Tennessee.