A few days ago, my colleague Maura reported about the fact that Apple turned down the chance to release Sony's controversial movie 'The Interview', but now it seems that the company has changed its mind. The company said in a recent statement:
"We're pleased to offer 'The Interview' for rental or purchase on the iTunes store"
You can follow the link at the end to download it from iTunes, the movie being available for a price of $14.99 for purchase or $5.99 for rent. Sony has already released the movie on YouTube, Google Play, Xbox and Sony subsidiary Crackle, being able to take in $15 million on two million downloads and rentals.
"The Interview" is now Sony's best-selling online movie ever, with a majority of revenue coming from Google's YouTube and Google Play storefront. However, before you rush and pay for it, you should know that most reviewers don't have high regards for it.