Oops! Sony Pictures accidentally uploads full movie instead of trailer on YouTube

Calvin Saunders
July 7, 2018

In any case, Khali the Killer's director has been making light of the latest debacle, on his own social media feeds.

Sony made a huge blunder by uploading a whole movie on YouTube instead of the trailer. Well, Sony really topped that and left nothing to the imagination when they published the entire 89-minute movie. While the upload was labelled as the trailer for the movie on YouTube but viewers quickly realized that Sony Pictures had actually uploaded the film in its entirety. It took over six hours for the "mistake" to be rectified and eventually the video was pulled down. According to reports, the production house uploaded the 90-minute movie on its official YouTube channel. Meanwhile, the movie is only available on the online streaming website Vudu, whereas HBO Go, Netflix, and Hulu don't offer it at the moment.

The movie in question was "Khali the Killer" - a low-budget film about a hitman from Los Angeles and starring Richard Cabral ("Lethal Weapon"), Ryan Dorsey ("Pitch"), and Corina Calderon ("Suicide Squad"). The film was released in Germany on DVD and Blu-ray last November, but IMDb states the film will be released in the US this August.

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Directed by Jon Matthews, the 2017 film follows an East L.A. hit man who decides to take one last job to help pay for his grandmother's end-of-life care.

'But everything falls apart, when he develops empathy for the targets of his hit, and he's forced to make the toughest decision of his life'.

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