You Can Catch ‘The Interview’ at Cinema Village Tomorrow

Posted on: December 24th, 2014 at 5:39 am by
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In an about-face yesterday afternoon, the embattled Sony Pictures studio decided to pony up and release the controversial comedy, The Interview, on Christmas Day. Only in those theaters willing to participate, estimated at about 200 indie screens. If you live on the Lower East Side, though, consider yourself lucky. The only location showing the film within the confines of Manhattan is Cinema Village on East 12th Street.

Otherwise, hit up Williamsburg Cinemas or Kew Gardens Cinemas…

Here’s the full breakdown by state:

Alabama
The Edge 12, Birmingham

Arizona
The Loft Cinema, Tucson
Harkins Theatres, Tempe

Arkansas
Riverdale 10, Little Rock

California
Cinémas Palme D’Or, Coachella Valley
Laemmle Theaters, North Hollywood (Starting Dec. 31)
Los Feliz 3, Los Angeles
Mission Grove Theatres, Riverside
Foothill Cinema Stadium 10, Azusa
Santa Paula 7, Santa Paula
Perris 10, Perris
Agoura Hills Stadium 8, Agoura Hills
Sterling 6, San Bernadino
Granada Hills 9, Granada Hills
East Hills Mall, Bakersfield
Commerce 14, City of Commerce
Van Nuys Plant 16, Van Nuys
Fontana 8, Fontana
Janss Marketplace 9, Thousand Oaks
University Village 10, Riverside
Westminster 10, Westminster
UltraLuxe Cinemas, Anaheim

Colorado
Alamo, Littleton

Delaware
Penn Cinemas Riverfront, Wilmington
Westown Movies, Middleton

Florida
Sun-Ray Cinema, Jacksonville

Georgia
Plaza Theater, Atlanta

Illinois
Hollywood Blvd. Cinema, Woodbridge
Art Theater Co-Op, Champaign (Starting Jan. 2)

Indiana
Jasper 8 Theatres, Jasper

Louisiana
Chalmette Movies, Chalmette

Maryland
Eastpoint Movies 10, Baltimore

Massachusetts
AppleCinemas, Cambridge

Michigan
Michigan Theater, Ann Arbor
Alamo, Kalamazoo
The Bijou, Traverse City

Missouri
Alamo Main Street, Kansas City
MX Movies, St. Louis (Starting Jan. 2)
Chase Park Plaza, St. Louis

New Jersey
Allwood Cinemas 6, Clifton
Hudson Cinema 7, Jersey City
City Plex 12 Newark, Newark
Columbia Park 12, North Bergen
Middlebrook Cinema 10, Ocean Township
Fabian 8 Cinema, Paterson

New Mexico
Jean Cocteau Cinema, Santa Fe

New York
Williamsburg Cinemas, Brooklyn
Cinema Arts Centre, Huntington
Cinema Village, Manhattan
Island Cinemas, Mastic
Kew Gardens Cinemas, Queens
Alamo, Yonkers

North Carolina
Palace Pointe, Roxboro

North Dakota
Fargo Theatre, Fargo

Ohio
Tower City Cinemas, Cleveland

Pennsylvania
Southside Works, Pittsburgh

Rhode Island
Cable Car Cinema, Providence

South Carolina
Terrace Theater, Charleston
Nickelodeon Theatre, Columbia

Tennessee
Franklin Theatre, Franklin
The Belcourt Theater, Nashville

Texas
Alamo, Richardson
Alamo Vintage Park, Houston
Alamo Mason Park, Katy
Alamo, Lubbock,
Alamo Marketplace, New Braunfels
Alamo Park North, San Antonio
Alamo Westlakes, San Antonio
Alamo Lakeline, Austin
Alamo Slaughter, Austin
Alamo South Lamar, Austin
Alamo Ritz, Austin
City Base Cinema, San Antonio
Look Cinemas, Dallas

Utah
Brewvies Cinemas Pub, Salt Lake City
Megaplex Theatres, South Jordan

Virginia
Alamo Drafthouse, Ashburn

Wyoming
Jackson Hole Twin Cinema, Jackson

[h/t HuffPo]

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