First 'The Interview,' Now Theaters Cancel Protest Screenings of 'Team America'

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In the wake of Sony's cancellation of The Interview, several art house theaters announced that they would—patriotically, of course—use their emptied screens to play the 2004 puppet-driven political comedy Team America: World Police. This afternoon, several of those theaters announced that they'd been told by Paramount Pictures that the movie could not be screened.

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