How to Watch The Interview: In Theaters Christmas Day, On VOD Today

By  · Published on December 24th, 2014

Sony Pictures

The Interview.

The movie that caused a geo-political crisis.

The poster child of cyberterrorism, millennial patriotism and our modern struggles to protect free speech.

Stoner comedy.

Soon you will be able to see The Interview – the comedy starring James Franco and Seth Rogen and journalists who are asked to use their exclusive interview with North Korean dictator Kim Jong-Un to commit an assassination. You’ll be able to see it in a movie theater or in the uniquely American tradition of sitting on your own couch, in your own living room, with no pants on. After two weeks of turmoil over the release of this otherwise innocuous farce, Sony Pictures has delivered an All-American Christmas Gift to the world (except for North Korea).

Below, we’ve rounded up all the available details for the re-re-release. We can now tell you how you can watch The Interview.*

First and most importantly, The Interview will be available around the country via numerous Video On Demand platforms. As The Hollywood Reporter explains, the film will be available today (12/24) at 1PM EST. It will be available for rental for $6 and purchase for $14.99. It will stream via the outlets listed below as well as the Sony-run website www.seetheinterview.com.

But what if you want to leave your home and see it in a theater? As was reported by numerous outlets yesterday, The Interview will be released in select theaters on Christmas Day as originally planned. In a move that was championed by Twitter, President Barack Obama and the likes of Game of Thrones author George R.R. Martin and Alamo Drafthouse CEO Tim League, Sony will allow the independent theaters that want to run the film to play it.

The following is a list of theaters that will have showtimes available for The Interview (courtesy of /Film):

Alabama:
Edge 12 – Birmingham

Arizona:
Harkins Theatres – Phoenix

Arkansas:
Riverdale 10 – Little Rock

California:
Agoura Hills Stadium 8 – Agoura Hills
Cinefamily – Los Angeles
Cinémas Palme D’Or – Coachella Valley
Commerce 14 – City of Commerce
Crest Westwood – Los Angeles
East Hills Mall – Bakersfield
Foothill Cinema Stadium 10 – Azusa
Fontana 8 – Fontana
Granada Hills 9 – Granada Hills
Janss Marketplace 9 – Thousand Oaks
Jurupa 14 – Jurupa
Los Feliz 3 – Los Angeles
Laemmle’s North Hollywood 7 – Los Angeles (as of Dec. 31)
Mission Grove Theaters – Riverside
Perris 10 – Perris
Santa Paula 7 – Santa Paula
Sterling 6 – San Bernardino
Van Nuys Plant 16 – Van Nuys
University Village 10 – Riverside
Westminster 10 – Westminster

Colorado:
Alamo – Littleton
Lyric Cinema Cafe – Ft. Collins

Delaware:
Penn Cinemas Riverfront – Wilmington
Rehoboth Beach’s Movies at Midway – Lewes
Westown Movies – Middletown

Florida:
Sun-Ray Cinema – Jacksonville

Georgia:
The Plaza Atlanta – Atlanta

Illinois:
Art Theater Co-Op – Champaign
Hollywood Blvd Cinema – Woodridge

Indiana:
Jasper 8 Theatres – Jasper

Louisiana:
Chalmette Movies – Chalmette
The Robinson Film Center – Shreveport

Maryland:
Eastpoint Movies 10 – Baltimore

Massachusetts
AppleCinemas – Cambridge

Michigan:
Alamo – Kalamazoo
The Michigan Theater – Ann Arbor

Missouri:
Alamo Main Street – Kansas City
MX Movies – St. Louis

New York:
Alamo – Yonkers
Cinemopalis – Ithaca
Cinema Arts Centre – Huntington
Dipson Flix 10 Stadium – Lancaster (Dec 26)
Dipson Lakewood Cinema – Lakewood (Dec 26)
Island Cinemas – Mastic

Ohio:
Tower City Cinema – Cleveland
Gateway Film Center – Columbus

Oregon:
The Fox Theater – Dallas

Pennsylvania:
Southside Works Cinema – Pittsburgh

Puerto Rico:
Caribbean Cinemas – Puerto Rico

Rhode Island:
Cable Car Cinema – Providence

South Carolina
Terrace Theatre – Charleston

Tennessee
Belcourt Theatre – Nashville
Franklin Theatre – Franklin

Texas:
Alamo Lakeline – Austin
Alamo Slaughter – Austin
Alamo South Lamar – Austin
Alamo Ritz – Austin
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
City Base Cinema – San Antonio

Vermont:
Merril’s Roxy – Burlington

Virginia:
Alamo Loudoun – Ashburn

* Based on information available as of 11:30a CST on 12/24. We will update as more platforms and theaters are announced.

Neil Miller is the persistently-bearded Publisher of Film School Rejects, Nonfics, and One Perfect Shot. He's also the Executive Producer of the upcoming One Perfect Shot TV show (HBO Max, 2021) and the co-host of The Storm: A LOST Rewatch podcast. He can be found on Twitter here: @rejects (He/Him)