Apple may be a few days late to the party, but it’s finally joining YouTube, Google Play and Xbox Video in offering Sony’s controversial film The Interview for streaming on iTunes, reports Recode.
The Interview is available to iTunes customers in the US and Canada at $6 to rent and $15 to own, the same price as other outlets, including the film’s own standalone site.
The James Franco and Seth Rogen vehicle has already raked in $15 million through two million downloads and online rentals, and with its arrival on Apple’s popular media store, that figure is likely to soar quickly over the next few days.
➤ Apple Starts Streaming “The Interview,” Too [Recode]
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