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(CNN) - Over this holiday break, millions of Americans got to see a first run blockbuster from the comfort of their sofas and obtained it in a way many never even thought of before.
And we may all have a little-known Hollywood consultant, named Kim Jong Un, to thank for it.
Sony Pictures says "The Interview" was legally downloaded two million times in the first four days it was available.
It's already Sony's top online film ever - and that was before iTunes picked it up yesterday.
Meantime, North Korea, which was upset over a couple of hours of poo jokes directed at dear leader, is firing back with flat out racist insults.
CNN's Pamela Brown joins "The Lead" with all the latest.