Amy Adams has opened up more about her cancelled interview on the Today show, which was supposed to happen earlier this week.
“I expressed that I was uncomfortable. I said I would rather not add my voice to this conversation,” the 40-year-old actress shared to USA Today. “But it was clear they were drawing a hard line. That this would be part of the conversation.”
She added, “I walked away from the conversation and went up to the room to do the interview. I assumed they were going to ask me about (Sony hacking). And I was prepared for that, to whatever degree I was prepared.”
“I was informed that they had decided to pull the interview,” Amy said. “I was confused and definitely frustrated. I still don’t understand.”
Amy decided to share her take of what happened after the Today show released a statement.
Avril Lavigne took to Twitter to dismiss rumors that she is in rehab!
The 30-year-old singer has been dealing with personal health reasons, but has not disclosed exactly what she is fighting. As a result, false rumors were swirling that she was in rehab or pregnant, which she has also denied.
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“The rehab RUMORS are hilarious! The only thing I’m addicted to right now is Bing Crosby. MERRY CHRISTMAS EVERYONE! and to all a goodnight!” Avril tweeted.
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Though The Interview will be playing in select theaters on Christmas, it will be available online one day early (December 24)!
The James Franco and Seth Rogen film will be available to rent at 10:00 a.m. PST in HD on Google Play, YouTube Movies, Microsoft’s Xbox Video, and the Seetheinterview.com for the price of $5.99. Not only can you rent, you can also buy the movie for $14.99!
“It has always been Sony’s intention to have a national platform on which to release this film,” Chairman and CEO of Sony Entertainment Michael Lynton shared in a statement. “With that in mind, we reached out to Google, Microsoft and other partners last Wednesday, December 17th, when it became clear our initial release plans were not possible. We are pleased we can now join with our partners to offer the film nation-wide today.”
He added, “We never stopped pursuing as wide a release as possible for The Interview. It was essential for our studio to release this movie, especially given the assault upon our business and our employees by those who wanted to stop free speech. We chose the path of digital distribution first so as to reach as many people as possible on opening day, and we continue to seek other partners and platforms to further expand the release.”
Netflix is reportedly in talks to stream the film. Stay tuned for more details.