Sony has announced the full list of the three hundred or so theaters which are set to participate in tomorrow’s release of the controversial Seth Rogen and James Franco-led satire “The Interview” in the United States. The first screenings for the film are expected to kick off late tonight in a couple of the locations.
What was supposed to be a wide release, which was then cancelled, has now been restored to a fairly substantial limited theatrical release. The full list, which will continue to be updated as more cinemas join in, can be found via the film’s official Facebook page.
UPDATE: The film has also now been made available to stream on YouTube, Google Play, Xbox or through Sony’s own seetheinterview.com dedicated site to either rent for $5.99 or buy for $14.99. This is only available in the United States for the moment.
No word on a Playstation Network, Amazon or iTunes release, but there is also a deal in the works to stream the film via Netflix (a date for that has yet to be announced).