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The comedy starring Seth Rogen and James Franco will be made available for rental on multiple online platforms like YouTube and Google Play.
Director Evan Goldberg and actors Seth Rogen and James Franco are celebrating on Twitter after the Kim Jong-Un assassination comedy was brought back following a brief cancellation.
After Sony decided to pull the plug on 'The Interview' theatrical release, some people including Congressman Brad Sherman and author George R.R. Martin offer help to screen the comedy.
A statement posted on North Korea official news agency on Sunday, December 21 warns that the country will attack 'the White House, the Pentagon and the whole U.S. mainland.'
An attorney for the studio confirmed that the satirical movie would be eventually distributed although they were still exploring options.
Officials at the Asian country led by Kim Jong-Un threaten 'grave consequences' if the U.S. refuses to do a joint probe into the cyber attack against Sony.
Reacting to President Obama's statement, the studio says the decision 'was made as a result of the majority of the nation's theater owners choosing not to screen the film.'
Some cinemas decided to show the satire movie focusing on North Korea after 'The Interview' was pulled by Sony only to backtrack their decision after Paramount said no.
James was protected by a large bodyguard while going out for a dinner in New York City, while Seth carried his dog through LAX with his bodyguard following him behind.
Following Sony's decision to cancel 'The Interview' theatrical release, the official announcement about the hack reportedly is set to take place on Thursday.
The screenings of the movie starring Seth Rogen and James Franco including the one in New York were scrapped after hackers threatened terror attack.
The Department of Homeland Security has responded to the news, saying that 'there is no credible intelligence to indicate an active plot against movie theaters within the United States.'