Netflix reportedly picks up new Pee-Wee Herman film; Interlude forms JV with Warner Music Group

Online video news from across the Web:

> It's a Festivus miracle: Sony may release The Interview on Thursday, albeit in an extremely limited number of theaters (to include the Alamo Drafthouse chain). No word on VOD release, though. Story

> Rumors and innuendo: Netflix reportedly will pick up a rumored new Pee-Wee Herman movie after the project was dropped by Universal. Story

> Engadget is sponsoring a sweepstakes through Dec. 31 in which participants suggest the layout of a gadget room for St. Jude Research Hospital patients. Details

> Marissa Mayer gets an unflattering treatment in this New York Times write-up. Story

> Magid's OTT experience in Europe could bode well for linear OTT success in the U.S. Post

> Netflix prevailed in a patent infringement suit filed by Open TV that sought to stop their SVOD service in the Netherlands. Story

> Interlude, which creates interactive online music videos, announced a joint venture with Warner Music Group. Story

And finally… Rifftrax has released the results of its poll on the worst movies of 2014. Post

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