Friday, 21 September, 2018

Sony Uploads Entire Khali the Killer Movie Instead of the Trailer

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
Stacy Diaz | 05 July, 2018, 02:57

Sony Pictures accidentally uploaded an entire film to YouTube, instead of the trailer on Tuesday.

Earlier today, 2017 picture Khali the Killer was shared on Sony Pictures Entertainment's official YouTube page, before being taken down. However, it wasn't a trailer at all, but the almost 90-minute-long movie.

This "spoiler trailer" was first noticed by the news website CBR.com. However, the movie is now available on rental basis in YouTube itself.

It's been taken down now, but if you're pretty pissed that you missed this one, don't worry too much because Khali the Killer had some pretty awful reviews, with a score of 3.5/10 on movie database IMDB. For example, Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice would have been a much more enjoyable watch if the trailer didn't give away the inclusion of Doomsday.

The film stars Richard Cabral (from TV's Lethal Weapon series) and focuses on a hitman in East Los Angeles who decides to take one last job to pay for his grandmother's end-of-life care.

The film is slated for an August 31 theatrical release, according to IMDB.

On the other hand this fan said: "Overall, a great cast and the talented directing demonstrated by Jon Matthews in Khali the Killer makes it a must-see movie".