That weirdo? You mean James Flacco?

As Twitchy reported earlier today, the controversial Kim Jong-un assassination comedy “The Interview” will play in selected theaters on Christmas day after all, albeit in limited release. Star James Franco tweeted “VICTORY!!!!!!!”, while co-star Seth Rogen declared on Twitter that “Freedom has prevailed!”

We’re glad they’re excited to see their project on the big screen after all, but we feel like knocking the exclamation point off of “freedom has prevailed” now that we’ve seen this theater marquee and the stark reality that we’re talking about a movie.

What hype?

You’re still going to see it opening day, right? Why do you hate America?

That’s more like it!

Some people just can’t wait until Christmas for the premiere.

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‘Nutless weasels’: US theater chains take a beating for yanking ‘The Interview’; Update: Sony cancels theatrical release

‘Disgraceful’: Judd Apatow slams theaters’ decision to pull ‘The Interview’

‘James Flacco needs a new publicist’: President Hollywood butchers ‘Interview’ actor’s name [Vine]

‘You are the man!’ Novelist Paulo Coelho offers Sony $100,000 to post ‘The Interview’ on his blog

‘Coward’: Journo-fool John Harwood doesn’t think you needed to see ‘The Interview’ anyway