Seth Rogen and The Interview co-director, Evan Goldberg, are planning to live-tweet the film Sunday afternoon, along with James Franco at 5 p.m. ET, just three days after its release.
According to Rogen’s Twitter account, the event will be similar to VH1’s classic video show Pop Up Video, a series where information bubbles offered viewers fun facts about production of music videos, along with interesting trivia about artists and related events.
— Seth Rogen (@Sethrogen) December 28, 2014
— Evan Goldberg (@evandgoldberg) December 28, 2014
The Interview was released Wednesday for streaming on YouTube, XBox, and Google Play to coincide with a limited theatrical release for Christmas Day, reversing an earlier decision by Sony Pictures Entertainment to pull the film after terroristic threats were made against exhibitors planning to show the film.
The trio offered no further details about Sunday’s live-tweet.