Theaters Now Pull 'Team America' Movie One Day After 'The Interview'

The 2004 movie was to play at a few theaters in place of the Sony satire.

— -- After a few theaters tried to replace "The Interview" with another movie highlighting North Korea, "Team America" has also been pulled from theaters, according to The Associated Press.

Paramount Pictures, the studios behind "Team America," did not immediately respond to ABC News’ request for comment, but the theaters said the company yanked the film only hours after the independent theaters said they would show the 2004 movie in place of the James Franco and Seth Rogen satire.

"Due to circumstances beyond our control, the TEAM AMERICA 12/27 screening has been cancelled. We apologize & will provide refunds today," the Alamo Drafthouse in Dallas-Fort Worth tweeted this afternoon.

Two other theaters - Capitol Theater in Cleveland and Plaza Atlanta - did the same, saying Paramount canceled the showings.

"Team America" is the second movie pulled from theaters in two days after cyberhackers threatened theaters that planned to show Sony’s "The Interview."

Alamo Drafthouse Wednesday was the first to post the planned replacement movie, written by the creators of "South Park."

On its Facebook page, the theater wrote, "For the record, our plan was to still show 'The Interview '... unfortunately these decisions aren't always ours to make. But in light of these recent events, we only have one thing to say: 'AMERICA F*** YEAH!' ... Join us for a special showing of the TEAM AMERICA QUOTE-ALONG" with subtitles for the film's songs on Dec. 27 at 7 p.m. and that "This show is FREE, because you can't spell 'FREEDOM' without 'FREE.'""

Now that plan has been shelved.