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The film has also brought in $2.8 million in the limited theatrical run that began Christmas Day in more than 300 mostly
Sony Entertainment CEO Michael Lynton also released a statement about the streaming debut: As first reported by CNN's Brian
"The movie theaters came to us one by one over the course of a very short period of time -- we were very surprised by it
The Directors Guild of America agrees with President Barack Obama and the rest of the chorus criticizing Sony Pictures' decision
Sony Pictures will not release "The Interview" on Christmas Day, and the studio has "no further release plans" for the film, this according to a studio spokesperson.
This post has been updated to include a statement from President Barack Obama and further information about Sony's release
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