Updated — 2:30 p.m. ET
Paramount Pictures ordered movie theaters planning to screen Team America: World Police to cancel the screenings.
In addition to Alamo Drafthouse in Texas, theaters in Atlanta and Cleveland were also scheduled to screen the film after The Interview was pulled by Sony.
Sony may have pulled The Interview — about a mission to assassinate North Korea's Kim Jong Un — from being released, but one movie theater in Texas won't let the hackers win.
In response, the Alamo Drafthouse in Texas decided to screen the 2004 film Team America: World Police instead.
"Sure, you can celebrate your independence the usual way: slow sipping a beer as you stand over a grill while people you have only mild contempt for wait inside for their free meal. OR you can join The Action Pack as we celebrate TEAM AMERICA's 10th anniversary," the theater posted on its website.
The film is by South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone and features an all-puppet cast where an American anti-terror unit tries to save the world from an attack led by North Korea's former leader Kim Jong Il.
The screening, on Dec. 27, will be free, and the theater will also provide subtitles so audience members can sing along and "scream out 'AMERICA! F YEAH!' at the top of your lungs." To fully express patriotism, the theater will also provide red, white, and blue streamers, balloons, and flags.
"And THAT is how true American heroes will be celebrating this year," the post reads.
The movie theater's publicist said they had no further comment.