The Jakarta Post
The trailer remained on YouTube for eight hours before eventually being taken down. (Shutterstock/ Grisha Bruev)
Sony accidentally gave viewers a free look at Khali the Killer when a video was uploaded to Sony’s official YouTube channel that was supposedly the red-band trailer.
But instead of a short teaser of writer-director Jon Matthews’ film, Sony uploaded the nearly 90-minute-long movie.
Website Comic Book Resources was one of the first to notice and report the mistake, writing: “some commenters on YouTube began to wonder whether it’s a marketing stunt. Others, to their credit, worried about the future of the employee who uploaded the video”.
The trailer remained on YouTube for eight hours before eventually being taken down.
Khali the Killer follows a hit man who is in the middle of working one last job before developing sympathy for his victims. The film was released in Germany on DVD and Blu-ray last November. According to IMDb, the film will not be released in theaters and will arrive in the United States this August. (sul/kes)
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