Crowds gathered on Christmas Eve for the first screenings of The Interview on Christmas day after Sony changed course and decided to release the Seth Rogen/Evan Goldberg-directed comedy in 331 independent cinemas across the nation. The film, which is also about an assassination plot against North Korean leader Kim Jong-un. The comedy could also be streamed on YouTube, Xbox Video, and Sony's own website beginning this week. As it's being viewed in theaters and living rooms around the country, now a patriotic symbol of free speach, scenes and snippets began appearing online.
One such scene is one in which James Franco's character, a cheesy tabloid journalist, interviews Eminem. The rapper, who's been a fan of homophobic lyrics for as long as he's been famous, comes out in the interview in The Interview. More biting satire, we guess. Or just desparate gay-baiting?