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You may soon be able to watch the controversial comedy "The Interview" for free online. There are reports that Sony Pictures could release the movie on its video streaming service, "Crackle." CNET Editor Dan Ackerman joins "CBSN" with more on how else Sony could release the movie through non-traditional means.
Sony Pictures scrapped the movie last week in the wake of cyberattack and terrorist threats
Reince Priebus wrote an open letter to CEOs of U.S. theaters and promised to help sell tickets to the movie
It's the third child for longtime couple Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick
Jaycee Chan, 32, was among a string of celebrities detained over the summer for vices such as drug use and hiring prostitutes, as Beijing vowed to clean up social morals
Bass says getting married is something hew grew up wishing he could do
Among the most talked-about films are "American Sniper," "Selma" and "Into the Woods." Vanity Fair's digital director Mike Hogan joins "CBS This Morning" to look at the holiday films worth seeing or skipping.
Peter Jackson's final installment, "The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies," debuted with $90.6 million since opening Wednesday

Elton John ties the knot

British singer songwriter Sir Elton John married David Furnish over the weekend after the U.K legalized same-sex marriage in March 2014. And Amy Adams stars as an unsung artist who helped deceive the art world. Wendy Gillette has that and more in your Eye on Entertainment.
The actress who took on Rupert Murdoch's empire over phone hacking is now starring in "American Sniper" and "Foxcatcher" - and that's just a start

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