Sony Pictures says 'The Interview' to play in over 200 theaters

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December 24, 2014 03:01

 
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LOS ANGELES - The Sony Pictures comedy "The Interview" will play in more than 200 theaters, a spokesperson said Tuesday, after the studio decided to do a limited release with independent exhibitors on Christmas Day.

Sony Pictures scrapped a wide release last week after the biggest movie theater chains said they would not screen the film over security concerns made by hackers incensed by the film's story line about a plan to assassinate North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.

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