With Sony’s decision to allow independent theater owners to screen The Interview, Variety reports that over 300 theaters have already signed up to show the film.
The Alamo Drafthouse theater chain in Texas told Variety that they have “completely sold out” about half of showtimes across all 17 of their locations Christmas Day.
Here’s the full list of theaters that have signed up to screen the film on Christmas, courtesy of Variety. Indie theater chains have until 5 pm on Christmas Eve to decide whether or not to screen the film, so we’ll update the list if more sign on.
List of theaters showing The Interview:
The Alamo Drafthouse
Alamo Lakeline – Austin, Texas
Alamo Slaughter – Austin, Texas
Alamo South Lamar – Austin, Texas
Alamo Ritz – Austin, Texas
Alamo – Littleton, Colo.
Alamo Loudoun – Ashburn, Va.
Alamo – Kalamazoo, Mich.
Alamo – Yonkers, N.Y.
Alamo Main Street – KC
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
Apple Cinemas – Cambridge, Mass.
Cable Car Cinema – Providence, R.I.
Grand Cinema Theaters – New London, Wis.
The Fox Theater – Dallas, Ore.
Laemmle Theater – North Hollywood, Calif. (Beginning Dec. 31)
Merril’s Roxy – Burlington, Vt.
MX Movies – St. Louis, Mo.
The Plaza Atlanta – Atlanta, Ga.
Regency Theaters – Los Angeles, Calif.
Riverdale 10 – Little Rock, Ark.
Eastpoint Center 10 – Baltimore, Md.
Southside Works Cinema – Pittsburgh, Penn.
Terrace Theater – Charleston, S.C.
Tower City Cinema – Cleveland, Ohio
Hollywood Blvd. – Woodridge, Ill.
Tristone Cinemas, Tristone Jurupa 14 Cinemas – Riverside, Calif.
Vintage Cinemas, Los Feliz 3 – Los Angeles, Calif.
Academy Theater – Portland, Ore.
Art Theater Co-Op – Champaign, Ill.
Belcourt Theatre – Nashville, Tenn.
Caribbean Cinemas – Puerto Rico
Chalmette Movies – Chalmette, La.
City Base Cinema – San Antonio, Texas
Crest Westwood – Los Angeles, Calif.
Dipson Flix 10 Stadium – Lancaster, N.Y.
Dipson Lakewood Cinema 8 – Lakewood, N.Y.
Edge 12 – Birmingham, Ala.
Esquire Theatre – Cincinnati, Ohio
Franklin Theatre – Franklin, Tenn.
Fun-Lan Drive-In – Tampa, Fla.
Gateway Film Center – Columbus, Ohio
Groundview Theatre – Columbus, Ohio
Harkins Theatres – Phoenix, Ariz.
Harkins Valley Art – Tempe, Ariz.
Jasper 8 Theatres – Jasper, Ind.
The Lake Worth Drive-In and the Swap Shop – Sunrise, Fla.
Look Cinemas – Dallas, Texas
Loft Cinema – Tucson, Ariz.
Lyric Cinema Cafe – Fort Collins, Colo.
Merrill’s Roxy – Burlington, Vt.
State Theatre – Ann Arbor, Mich.
Nickelodeon Theatre – Columbia, S.C.
Palace Pointe – Roxboro, N.C.
Penn Cinemas Riverfront – Wilmington, Del.
Prime Cinemas – Red Bluff, Calif.
Ragtag Cinema – Columbia, Mo.
Rialto Cinemas – Berkeley, Calif.
Robinson Film Center – Shreveport, La.
Sun-Ray Cinema – Jacksonville, Fla.
Tygart Valley Cinemas – Fairmont, W.Va.
Agoura Hills Stadium 8 – Agoura Hill, Calif.
Cinémas Palme D’Or – Coachella Valley, Calif.
Commerce 14 – City of Commerce, Calif.
East Hills Mall – Bakersfield, Calif.
Foothill Cinema Stadium 10 – Azusa, Calif.
Fontana 8 – Fontana, Calif.
Granada Hills 9 – Granada Hills, Calif.
Janss Marketplace 9 – Thousand Oaks, Calif.
Perris 10 – Perris, Calif.
Santa Paula 7 – Santa Paula, Calif.
Sterling 6 – San Bernardino, Calif.
Van Nuys Plant 16 – Van Nuys, Calif.
University Village 10 – Riverside, Calif.
Westminster 10 – Westminster, Calif.
Rehoboth Beach’s Movies at Midway – Lewes, Del.
Westown Movies – Middletown, Del.
Maiden Alley Cinema – Paducah, Ky.
St. Anthony Main Theatre – Minneapolis, Minn.
The Film Society of Minneapolis/St. Paul – Minneapolis, Minn.
Chase Park Plaza – St. Louis, Mo.
Cinemopalis – Ithica, N.Y.
Cinema Arts Centre – Huntington, N.Y.
Island Cinemas – Mastic, N.Y.
Fargo Theatre – Fargo, N.D.
Sundance Sunset 5 – West Hollywood, Calif.
According to Variety, The Interview could end up doing $3 million in sales in limited release, thanks to a “consumer awareness unmatched in recent history.”
Other films opening in wide release on Christmas Day are Disney’s Into The Woods and Paramount Pictures’ The Gambler. Paramount will also release the civil rights drama Selma at 19 locations over the weekend, while Warner Bros. and Clint Eastwood’s American Sniper will open on four screens.
Into the Woods and the final installment of The Hobbit franchise are expected to battle it out for first place over the holiday weekend.