by Scott Creighton
No sooner does the MSM start reporting there is no credible evidence North Korea had anything to do with the Sony hacks, suddenly, a small time movie theater or two decide they are going to do some limited screening of The Interview on Christmas Day.
Some theaters planning to screen the film at the moment include the Alamo Drafthouse. Tim League, the theater’s founder, was first to tweet news about Sony’s change of plans:
The Alamo’s Dallas location is now offering showtimes and tickets on its website, and Atlanta’s Plaza theater also tweeted that it would have showtimes for “The Interview” available soon. Dave Huffman, director of marketing at Cleveland Cinemas, confirmed that Southside Works in Pittsburgh and Tower City Cinemas in Cleveland will show “The Interview” on Christmas Day as well. According to CNN’s Brian Stelter, the Federal Bureau of Investigation said it was “fully engaged” with Sony in discussing the film’s release. Huffington Post
Can you say Umar Fizzlepants and his Christmas Eve diaper of doom? How about Aurora?
Yep. The Interview psyop is moving forward with Stage II and no worries… the FBI is working closely with the theaters to ensure everyone’s safety I suppose. What could possibly go wrong?