Paramount won't let theaters screen 'Team America: World Police"

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And Hollywood caves, again.

Following Sony’s announcement pulling the plug on “The Interview,” Paramount Pictures is ordering theaters across the country not to screen “Team America: World Police” in its place.

The Alamo Drafthouse in Dallas, Texas, was one of the theaters set to play the flick, but had canceled the screening as of Thursday afternoon.

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Directed by Trey Parker and Matt Stone (“South Park”), “Team America: World Police” centers on an antiterror group trying to save the world from evildoers backed by the former leader of North Korea, Kim Jong-il. Unlike “The Interview,” “Team America” features an abundance of puppets and a seriously awesome theme song that puts the “F” in freedom.

Paramount has yet to comment.