On ‘The Interview’ bandwagon



A COUP FOR SONY—Buyers wait in line for tickets to the controversial movie, “The Interview,” released on Christmas. This showing at the Regency Agoura Hills and another at the Regency Janss Marketplace were the only local theaters—two of the 330 venues nationwide—to show the movie. Limited theater release due to earlier threats by opponents of the spoof about North Korea kept revenues down, but in just three days of online sales the movie made more than $15 million,...

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