Sony accidentally uploads 'Khali the Killer' movie on YouTube

Sony accidentally uploads 'Khali the Killer' movie on YouTube

It was uploaded on the official Sony Pictures Entertainment YouTube page and remained online for a few hours after ultimately being taken down.

Someone is going to be in the doghouse at Sony Pictures, as they've just made a huge faux pas by uploading an entire film onto YouTube instead of just its trailer. The entertainment company accidentally uploaded an entire film to YouTube, instead of the trailer.

Trailers have always been accused for revealing too much about the plot of the film. - which seems to have been the first news site to report the discovery - described it as an "epic mistake". This trailer has now caught the attention of many YouTubers. If you're interested in checking the film out and missed the unintended free screening on YouTube, you can rent Khali the Killer in iTunes, Vudu, and Amazon's Prime Video. It's worth pointing out that Khali the Killer was released on Blu-ray in Germany back in November 2017, and the film is now available to rent on VOD, so it's not like the film wasn't already out there.

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According to the IMDB, the film is to hit theatres on August 31,2018.

The movie is written and directed by Jon Matthews and stars Richard Cabral who plays the lead role of a hitman whose final job goes sideways when he happens to develop empathy towards the intended victims.

The 89 minute upload of the crime drama, filmed back in 2016, featured the full credits and clocked up an impressive 11,000 views.

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