By Jack Linshi
December 23, 2014

Sony Pictures reversed course Tuesday, saying it’s allowing a limited release of The Interview on Dec. 25 after originally pulling the film following violent threats. The messages are thought to have been sent from the group responsible for a devastating hack against the company.

Sony said it’s trying to secure “more platforms and more theaters” to play The Interview, so it’s likely this list will grow. There’s also a chance the movie will soon be available online in some form. For now, though, here’s where you can catch The Interview on Christmas Day:

Arizona

  • Harkins Theatres – Phoenix
  • The Loft Cinema — Tucson
  • Valley Art — Tempe

California

Colorado

  • Alamo — Littleton

Delaware

  • Penn Cinemas Riverfront — Wilmington
  • Westown Movies — Middleton
  • Movies at Midway — Rehoboth Beach

Georgia

  • Plaza Theatre – Atlanta

Illinois

  • Hollywood Boulevard Cinemas — Chicago

Louisiana

  • Chalmette Movies – Chalmette

Massachusetts

  • Apple Cinemas — Cambridge

Michigan

  • Alamo — Kalamazoo
  • Michigan Theater — Ann Arbor

Missouri

  • Alamo Main Street — Kansas City
  • Galleria — St. Louis
  • Chase Park Plaza — St. Louis

New York

  • Alamo — Yonkers

Ohio

  • Grandview Theatre – Columbus
  • Gateway Film Center – Columbus
  • Tower City Cinemas – Cleveland

Pennsylvania

  • Southside Works — Pittsburgh

South Carolina

  • Terrace Theater – Charleston

Tennessee

  • Franklin Theater — Franklin

Texas

  • Alamo Lakeline, Alamo Slaughter, Alamo South Lamar, Alamo Ritz — Austin
  • Alamo Vintage Park — Houston
  • Alamo Park North, Alamo Westlakes – San Antonio
  • Alamo Drafthouse – Richardson
  • Alamo Drafthouse – Katy
  • Alamo — Lubbock

Virginia

  • Alamo Drafthouse – Ashburn

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