TIME

It seems that Sony Pictures will release controversial comedy The Interview after all.

A week ago, the studio canceled the film’s planned release after Sony’s systems were hacked and threats were made against national movie theater chains. But two independent theater owners said on Tuesday that Sony has informed them that they now will be able to screen The Interview on Christmas Day.

Sony later confirmed its plan to offer “a limited theatrical release” for the film in select U.S. theaters on Christmas.

Tim League, founder and CEO of the Austin, Texas-based theater chain Alamo Drafthouse Cinema, announced the news on his Twitter page Tuesday afternoon:

And, this came from The Plaza cinema in Atlanta:

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