Sony Pictures Entertainment spent more than $40 million to make and market “The Interview.” Now, that work is being obliterated.

With the company canceling the film’s release and saying it has no plans to put it out in the future, the process of scrubbing the film from the public sphere has begun.

Head to Sony’s Web site, and you won’t see any mention of the film (unless you count this message to employees about Sony’s hacked network as a movie mention). Across the country, promotional posters and billboards are coming down, too.

A poster is taken down by a worker after being pulled from a display case at a Carmike Cinemas movie theater in Atlanta on Wednesday. (David Goldman/AP)

The take-down process in Atlanta. (David Goldman/AP)

A poster for “The Interview” lays on the ground in Atlanta. (David Goldman/AP)

Goodbye, “The Interview.” (David Goldman/AP)

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