Sony Pictures comedy The Interview will now be screened in more than 200 cinemas, a spokesman said.
It comes after the studio scrapped a wide release last week over security fears made by hackers over the plot line to assassinate North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un.
The film will be be released in America on Christmas Day.
North Korea's dispute with the US over computer hacking took a new twist when the communist state lost Internet access for several hours.
A hacker group who claimed to be behind a cyber attack on Sony Pictures have posted a message online apparently mocking the FBI.
Events company Secret Cinema is planning to screen a film in protest at what they have called the 'censorship' of The Interview.