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    Although Sony recently reached out to Apple to stream their film The Interview on iTunes and was met with a less-than-satisfactory response from the Cupertino-based company in that they were not interested at the time, Apple appears to have finally changed their minds and is now offering The Interview for rent and download on the iTunes Store as of this Sunday.

    The film is available at this link on the iTunes Store for $5.99 to rent the film, or $14.99 to buy it and download it outright. Apple now works alongside Google, Crackle, Microsoft, and some select movie theaters across the United States to display the controversial film to the public to defend United States free speech from the threatening whines of North Korea.

    The movie, which stars U.S. actors James Franco and Seth Rogan, puts the two on a covert mission from the C.I.A. to assassinate North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un before an interview for the T.V. show that the actors host in the film.

    Apple didn't adopt the film faster due to the fear of being hacked by North Korea, similarly to what had happened to Sony for making the film in the first place.

    Sources: Apple
    2014-12-28 07:46 PM