Sony Accidentally Uploads Full Movie Instead Of Trailer On YouTube

Enlarge Image The video lasts for nearly 90 minutes.                  Screenshot by Amanda Kooser  CNET

Enlarge Image The video lasts for nearly 90 minutes. Screenshot by Amanda Kooser CNET

For those who missed this chance, the film is now available on rent or digital purchase.

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 on Tuesday, according to CBR.

The YouTube video was titled "Khali the Killer: Official Red Band Trailer" and was available on the Sony Pictures YouTube channel for over five hours before being taken down and replaced with the trailer. Sony Pictures Entertainment was supposedly going to launch the official red band trailer for Khali the Killer on YouTube today but it ended up doing more than that.

The film is slated for an August 31 theatrical release, according to IMDB. The film received over 11,000 views before it was pulled, according to the Independent.

Sony Pictures Entertainment did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

Directed by Jon Matthews, the 2017 film follows an East L.A. hit man who decides to take one last job to help pay for his grandmother's end-of-life care. Everything falls apart for him as he develops empathy for his targets and is forced to make the toughest decision of his life.

The Sony pictures hack was probably the biggest news of 2014 in which many unreleased movies were made available online.

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