‘The Interview’ Has Made $15 Million On VOD in Four Days

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It’s no great secret that Video On Demand (VOD) services do not generate the type of revenue for films that the same titles would receive if they were given a proper theatrical release, but The Interview may be proof things are beginning to change.

According to a new story from The Hollywood Reporter, The Interview has generated $15 million in revenue through its VOD release in just four days. This is an all-time record for a VOD title, outpacing the multi-million take of Snowpiercer by a wide margin. The movie has been rented or purchased over 2 million times, which also makes it the studio’s biggest online film of all time.

In regards to the film’s theatrical run, it’s estimated the flick grossed around $2.8 million from 331 independent cinemas over the four-day weekend.

Apple added The Interview to iTunes earlier today, December 28.

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