Legendary Rhode Island Acting Coach Hopes “The Interview” Will be Shown
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It is the most talked about film in
The decision by Sony Pictures not to release “The Interview” – the satirical story of North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un, is not sitting well with many in
They include legendary acting coach Howard Fine, who is back in his native
“Yes, it offends me that a foreign country makes a determination as to what we do here in
The FBI says hackers – backed by the North Korean regime – threatened
ABC6 News Chief Political Reporter Mark Curtis said, “There are those that would still like to see ‘The Interview’ distributed, if not here at the movie theatres, then perhaps on the internet or a pay–per–view basis.”
Acting coach Howard Fine says there are options.
Howard Fine said, “I certainly hope that they find a way, either through Netflix or through any other media, to release the film. I would actually like to see it released in theaters, but…”
Other industry experts predict there may be a public backlash against
Movie industry leaders predict the public will see “The Interview” and all the controversy could drive up viewership and make the film lots of money.