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'Mediastan' has been made available for free download since October 19 as a continuation to WikiLeaks' campaign against the Benedict Cumberbatch starrer which bombed at the box office with $1.7M.
The George Clooney and Sandra Bullock starrer continues its domination on the chart while the horror remake can't live up to its expectation and the other new releases fall flat.
The British actor admit the letter wherein Assange called the movie 'toxic' and slammed him as 'a hired gun' caused him to second guess his involvement.
The controversial Aussie journalist turns down Cumberbatch's request to meet up and urges the actor to consider his involvement in the 'wretched' film.
The Julian Assange website dubs the Benedict Cumberbatch-starring drama 'irresponsible, counterproductive and harmful.'
Co-stars Carice van Houten, Dan Stevens, Alicia Vikander and Daniel Bruhl also join director Bill Condon on the red carpet at the Roy Thomson Hall.
Mike Myers' directorial debut, Michael Fassbender's '12 Years a Slave' and Alfonso Cuaron's 'Gravity' will also be screened at the Canadian festival in September.
The Bill Condon-directed drama about Julian Assange also stars Daniel Bruhl, Alicia Vikander, Stanley Tucci, David Thewlis and Anthony Mackie.
Sporting long blond hair, Cumberbatch is featured as the notorious Julian Assange in the picture, which also unveils a first look at Daniel Bruhl as Daniel Domscheit-Berg.