Earlier today it was announced that Sony will release ‘The Interview’ in select theaters and on VOD this Christmas Day after all. Following the massive hacker attack on the company and subsequent terrorist threats from the group known as Guardians of Peace, Sony had no choice but to cancel the film’s release after major theater chains decided not to show the film. In a wonderful turn of events, following a petition from Art House Convergence, which was signed by many independent exhibitors, Sony is moving forward with the release. We have the full list of theaters that will screen the film this Thursday.

The list of theaters showing ‘The Interview’ on Christmas Day has grown to around 200 as of this afternoon, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Alamo Drafthouse CEO Tim League was the first to announce that his theater locations would screen the movie this Thursday. He was swiftly followed by several more theaters announcing their plans to screen the film. We’ve collected the list of theaters below to help you figure out where you can see ‘The Interview’ on Christmas (via THR and The Huffington Post):

Alamo Drafthouse locations:

Alamo Lakeline—Austin, Texas
Alamo Slaughter—Austin, Texas
Alamo South Lamar—Austin, Texas
Alamo Ritz—Austin, Texas
Alamo—Littleton, Colorado
Alamo Loudoun—Ashburn, Virginia
Alamo—Kalamazoo, Michigan
Alamo—Yonkers, New York
Alamo Main Street—Kansas City, Missouri
Alamo—Richardson, Texas
Alamo Vintage Park—Houston, Texas
Alamo Mason Park—Katy, Texas
Alamo—Lubbock, Texas
Alamo Marketplace—New Braunfels, Texas
Alamo Park North—San Antonio, Texas
Alamo Westlakes—San Antonio, Texas

AppleCinemas—Cambridge, Massachusetts

Art Theater Co-Op—Champaign, Illinois (Starting January 2)

Belcourt Theatre—Nashville, Tenn

The Bijou Art Cinemas—Traverse City, Michigan

Brewvies Cinema Pub—Salt Lake City, Utah

Cable Car Cinema—Providence, Rhode Island

Chalmette Movies—Chalmette, Louisiana

Chase Park Plaza—St. Louis, Missouri

Cinema Arts Centre—Huntington, New York

Cinema Detroit—Detroit, Michigan

Cinémas Palm D’Or—Coachella Valley, California

City Base Cinema—San Antonio, Texas

Eastpoint Movies 10—Baltimore, Maryland

The Edge 12—Birmingham, Alabama

Fargo Theatre—Fargo, North Dakota

Franklin Theatre—Franklin, Tennessee

Harkins Valley Art—Phoenix and Tempe, Arizona

Hollywood Boulevard Cinema—Woodridge, Illinois

Hollywood Cinema—Martinsville, Virginia

Island Cinemas—Mastic, New York

Jasper 8 Theatres—Jasper, Indiana

Laemmle’s North Hollywood 7—Hollywood, California (Starting December 31)

The Loft Cinemas—Tucson, Arizona

Look Cinemas—Dallas, Texas

Los Feliz 3—Los Angeles, California

Megaplex Theatres—South Jordan, Utah

Mission Grove Theatres—Riverside, California

MX Movies—St. Louis, Missouri

Nickelodeon Theatre—Columbia, South Carolina

Palace 9—Burlington, Vermont

Palace Pointe—Roxboro, North Carolina

Penn Cinemas Riverfront—Wilmington, Delaware

Plaza Atlanta—Atlanta, Georgia

Regency Theaters, California:

Agoura Hills Stadium 8—Agoura Hills
Commerce 14—City of Commerce
East Hills Mall—Bakersfield
Fontana 8—Fontana
Foothill Stadium Cinema 10—Asuza
Granada Hills 9—Granada Hills
Janss Marketplace 9—Thousand Oaks
Perris 10—Perris
University Village 10—Riverside
Westminster 10—Westminster
Santa Paula 7—Santa Paula
Sterling 6—San Bernadino
Van Nuys Plant 16—Van Nuys

Riverdale 10—Little Rock, Arkansas

Southside Works Cinema—Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

State Theater—Ann Arbor, Michigan

Sun-Ray Cinema—Jacksonville, Florida

Terrace Theater—Charleston, South Carolina

Tower City Cinemas—Cleveland, Ohio

Westown Movies—Middleton, Delaware

We will update this listing if and when more theaters announce screenings of ‘The Interview.’ You can visit the websites of the theaters listed above for more information on showtimes. And one more thing: America, f— yeah!

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