'The Interview' Met With Sold-Out Shows and a Power Outage

One theater in Clifton, N.J., reported losing power during a showing of the movie.
1:30 | 12/26/14

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Moviegoers are flooding independent movie theaters to see the interview just because they can't see people lined up in the village just for chance. To see the once canceled comedy about the assassination of North Korean leader Kim John un. And the five theaters playing the movie in New York City had to add extra showings have to tickets entirely sold out. A lot of people to controversy surrounding the film was a big reason that they came out to support. People of this. Country are saying that they don't want to be believed. And that they want to be. That they want to exercise their right. See what they want to see an injured by government far away. The president criticized tar Sony's decision to Cassell the movie after online threats that have now been linked to North Korea. The company went back and its decision just a few days ago. And that means that theaters around the country are now choosing to show the movie including this theater. Just outside the nation's capital. People in Los Angeles who spent their Christmas at the movie's got a special treat the movie's writer Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg showed up to thank the audience for coming out. To support the interview. I moviegoers in New Jersey also got a surprise during a showing of the interview but it was a little less welcome. Two there was a power outage left audience members in the dark at the all would cinnamon six in Clifton. It happened during a pivotal scene in the movie and left some people shaken after hearing on those threats to moviegoers linked to North Korea but the power outage was caused by downed power line. And the theater gave people a chance to return for later show mark.

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