The YouTube video was titled "Khali the Killer: Official Red Band Trailer" and was available on the Sony Pictures YouTube channel for over five hours before being taken down and replaced with the trailer.
Sony Pictures made a big goof up as they uploaded an entire movie "Khali the Killer" on their YouTube channel instead of uploading the trailer.
Talk about trailers giving out the entire plot!
Comic Book Resources was one of the first to recognize the mistake, which was reportedly rectified approximately eight hours after the fact.
In those eight hours it did invite some attention from YouTube users, but in the midst of all this, the film got an exposure of a different kind. However, the movie is now available on rental basis in YouTube itself.
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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".
For those who missed this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, the film is now available on rent or digital purchase.
The grisly flick is slated to open in a few USA theatres in August, and has already been released on DVD and Blue-ray in the Netherlands.
Khali the Killer is a 2018 release that focuses around a retired hitman taking on one final job to support his family's future.
Cape Town - If you think you're having a bad day at work, just wait until you hear what happened to an employee at Sony Pictures Entertainment.