The film will also be sold through Wal-Mart on-demand service, Vudu, and on Sony’s PlayStation Network, Sony said. It was already on Google Play and YouTube.
After the film earned $15 million from 2 million sales or rentals over four days, Apple added the movie to its iTunes store, where it ranked as the top-selling movie on December 31st.
This week US cable, satellite and telecommunications providers began making the The Interview available to rent through their video on-demand and pay-per-view services. The providers include Comcas, Time Warner Cable, Cox Communications, AT&’s U-verse, Verizon’s Fios and DirecTV. Vudu and Verizon customers also can buy the film.
The Interview will also play in more than 580 independent theatres starting on January 2nd.