Sony has reversed course and will now release the North Korea-focused farce "The Interview" at select theaters nationwide on Christmas Day.

No theaters in the immediate Philadelphia area are showing the Seth Rogen film, according to a list posted on the movie's official Facebook page.

However, a handful of places across Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware will screen "The Interview." Sony pulled the film's release last week after a hacking and threats of terror attacks. The decision sparked widespread criticism, and the studio announced a limited release on Tuesday.

Philadelphia filmgoers will have to make a trip to see it, but here's where you can view the movie across the tri-state region:

Pennsylvania
- Coraopolis: Dependable D/I (4)
- East Stroudsburg: Pocono Community Theater
- Elizabethtown: Movie Town Cinemas 8
- Johnstown: Richland Cinemas
- Lehighton: Mahoning Valley Cinemas 8
- Lewistown: Miller 6 Cinemas
- Marshalls Creek: Pocono Movieplex
- Matamoras: Majestic Cinemas 7
- Pittsburgh: Southside Works 10 Pittsburgh

New Jersey
- Clifton: Allwood Cinemas 6
- Jersey City: Hudson Cinema 7
- Newark: City Plex 12 Newark
- North Bergen: Columbia Park 12
- Ocean Township: Middlebrook Cinema 10
- Paterson: Fabian 8 Cinema

Delaware
- Middletown: Westown Movies
- Rehoboth Beach: Movies at Midway 14
- Wilmington: Penn Cinema Riverfront Imax 15

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