Several theaters who had planned to show “Team America” in the near future were ordered to cancel their screenings by Paramount Pictures on Thursday. The film by South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone revolves around a satirical plot involving Kim Jong Il, the predecessor and father of current North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un. While Cleveland Cinemas revealed that they had actually planned the screening of the film months before hand, other theaters such as Alamo Drafthouse in Texas openly advertised its showing as a response to the recent cancellation of the film “The Interview.”

After Sony announced it’s plans to pull “The Interview” yesterday, due to terrorist threats against movie theaters who screened the film, the Texas theater posted the following invitation to movie-goers on their website:

“Celebrate your independence this year with the Action Pack. We’ll have subtitles for all the songs and all of our favorite quotes, so you’ll have plenty of opportunities to scream out “AMERICA! F YEAH!” at the top of your lungs. And yeah, we will have American flags, red white and blue streamers, balloons, and more for everyone. And THAT is how true American heroes will be celebrating this year.”

After a representative from the theater confirmed the cancellation of the show earlier today, the company wrote on it’s Facebook page, “Due to to circumstances beyond our control, the screening of ‘Team America’ on Dec. 27 has been cancelled as the film has been removed from release. We apologize to anyone who has bought advance tickets and will be providing full refunds today.”

Sony and the FBI have been working together to uncover the source of the hack the studio suffered in November and have established some evidence as to links between North Korea and the massive information breech. While the White House offered assurance today that the investigation was showing progress, no announcements have yet been scheduled concerning North Korea’s involvement in the incident.