At least one movie theater in the nation’s capital will show “The Interview” on Christmas day after Sony Pictures reversed plans to cancel the release. 

West End Cinema — in northwest Washington, D.C. — will be among the nearly 300 theaters around the country to screen the controversial movie after anonymous hackers threatened physical attacks on venues showing the film.

{mosads}The theater will have screenings of the movie on Christmas day, with a similar schedule running through Jan. 1. 

Angelika Pop-Up, a small theater in northeast Washington, is also listed as another venue. However, the movie is not listed on its website or social media pages. A call to the theater was not returned. 

Most major theater chains have not committed to releasing the film, a comedy that depicts the assassination of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. 

Sony, which was the victim of a cyberattack last month linked to North Korea, pulled the film’s release last week following the threats to theaters. 

The decision invited a backlash from the public and politicians, including President Obama, who called the studio’s decision to initially pull the film from release “a mistake.”

Sony reversed course Tuesday.

Other lawmakers in Congress had called on Congress to have its own screening of the film.

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