Update, December 24: For $5.99, Sony is making the movie available to rent online at YouTube, Google Play, on Xbox, and at its own website, seetheinterview.com.
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Update, December 23: At last, New York City theaters are announcing that they will show Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg's The Interview, starting Christmas Day -- a big relief, since we never quite finalized our plan to screen Team America on a bedsheet hanging from the Freedom Tower.
Here's the current list of stouthearted theaters:
Manhattan: Cinema Village (details here) is the only theater in Manhattan to show The Interview, despite earlier reports that Quad Cinema would also exhibit the film.
Brooklyn: Williamsburg Cinemas (details here)
Queens: Center Cinema in Sunnyside (details here), Kew Gardens Cinema (details here), Main Street Six (details here)
In addition to these liberty-loving exhibitors, one theater theater will be bringing the script to life: The Treehouse Theater, at 154 West 29th, will host a live reading of the script on December 27. (Tickets are free, and will be distributed at 5:30 on the 27th at Pioneers Bar, 138 West 29th Street.)More »