Sony Pictures Accidentally Upload Entire Film To YouTube Instead Of Trailer

Sony Pictures Accidentally Upload Entire Film To YouTube Instead Of Trailer

Sony Pictures Accidentally Upload Entire Film To YouTube Instead Of Trailer

In an attempt to upload a trailer for its upcoming DVD and digital download release of the movie "Khali the Killer", someone at Sony apparently uploaded the entire 89-minute film to YouTube Tuesday morning.

"Another trailer that spoils the whole film!", read one. The film was uploaded on YouTube for at least five hours until it was taken down eventually.

The grisly flick is slated to open in a few U.S. theatres in August, and has already been released on DVD and Blue-ray in the Netherlands.

It has reportedly already been released on DVD and Blu-ray in the Netherlands.

So we can expect a cheery comedy romp in the vein of Happy Gilmore then, obviously. The movie explores the experiences of the main character as he becomes emotionally attached and develops empathy towards one of the targets he is supposed to assassinate and he's forced to make the toughest decision of his life. Oh, ok, starting to sound a lot less like the Adam Sandler film now, isn't it?

However, putting an entire movie up for free on YouTube seems like an overly risky venture for a major studio, who are likely now looking into why the incident occurred.

Another reviewer wrote, "Terribly written and with a fake 70's style that is grating and laughable". Then again, Khali the Killer has received some pretty bad reviews, with a score of 3.8/10 on movie database IMDB. Just not via Sony's YouTube channel.

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