Today, fans of free speech and Seth Rogen movies were rejoiced to hear that "The Interview" would indeed be released on Christmas Day, despite threats of terrorist action from the hacker group Guardians of Peace.
Of course, as we noted earlier this week, Rogen himself had previously kept quiet while Sony worked out its plan -- and while his co-star James Franco hung out with Lady Gaga and posted nipple photos of his brother. But now that theaters like the Alamo Drafthouse have agreed to show the film, the actor has broken his silence:
You hear that, people? You've spoken, and now you can officially go see a movie about killing North Korea's leader, Kim Jong-Un.
As for Franco, he quickly weighed in on the situation as well, in the only way he truly knows how -- with intimate Instagram pictures, and a hearty amount of exclamation points:
"VICTORY!!!!!!!," Franco wrote. "The PEOPLE and THE PRESIDENT have spoken!!! SONY to release THE INTERVIEW in theaters on XMAS DAY!"
Franco then quickly followed up with another, much kiss-ier shot with Rogen, adding a jab at President Obama's meme-worthy flub of his name during an "Interview" press conference last week for good measure.
"CELEBRATING!!!!!," Franco continued. "The Interview" starring Seth Rogen and James Flacco saved by President Obacco! I MEAN PRESIDENT OBAMA!!!!! Sorry!!!