Update: The film is now available on iTunes for $6 to rent and $15 to own.

After much controversy, Sony Pictures released the Seth Rogen comedy The Interview on Google Play and YouTube earlier today. If you’re looking to brave the wrath of North Korea and watch the movie for yourself, there are a number of ways you can do so on your iPhone, iPad, or Apple TV. Of course, you can also watch on your Mac by heading over to YouTube, Google Play, or Sony’s own dedicated site.

For an iOS device, you’ll want to take a look at the YouTube or Google Play Movies apps. Neither of those apps have the ability to actually rent the movie, so you’ll need to do that from a computer, but once you have you’ll be able to stream it to your mobile devices with no problem.

You can also rent and stream the film to the new YouTube app on the Apple TV, although, as Google notes in a help document on its support site, this will require a third-generation Apple TV.

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