Seth Rogen (Chris Pizzello, Invision/AP)

Venue for Denver screening of “The Interview” with Seth Rogen now TBA

After more than a week of publicizing actor Seth Rogen’s in-person Colorado screening of his new film “The Interview,” the Denver Film Society told The Cannabist on Wednesday that the event had been canceled by the creative team.

Reporting from the Dec. 8 screening: We were there — no weed, plenty of tequila at ‘The Interview’ in Denver with Seth Rogen

Changing plans: So maybe Rogen’s in-person screening was just moved across town — and not canceled? Shortly after this story was published, Rogen reached out to a Cannabist staffer to say that the show must go on. Scroll down to read Rogen’s response.

“Due to unforeseen circumstances, the Denver Film Society and Reel Social Club have been informed that the promotional screening of ‘The Interview’ with Seth Rogen in person has been canceled,” Denver Film Society honcho Britta Erickson told The Cannabist.

After the Dec. 8 screening was first reported on this site on Nov. 25, Rogen then started tweeting about the event — with him promising: “We are going to do a screening of #TheInterviewMovie in Colorado where I get baked with everyone first, and we can smoke weed in the theater.”

There was no word on Wednesday if the recent hacking at “Interview” studio Sony — attributed by some to North Korea, which is mocked in the comedy — had anything to do with the canceled Denver screening. A Sony insider did tell Variety on Wednesday that the studio isn’t altering the film whatsoever before its Christmas Day release, regardless of who did the hacking.

Followup: Rogen wanted to “light up inside the theater,” said the Denver Film Society: But that was a no-go, and that’s why Rogen’s studio moved the screening to a TBA venue

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But wait, there’s more.

Thanks to Twitter — and Cannabist pot critic Jake Browne’s just-now conversation with Rogen — the actor is saying: “I’m still coming and we are still doing this shit. The old venue was acting lame so we got a new one.”

Rogen emphasized in his next tweet that he and his team have a new venue for the screening.

We’re guessing Rogen’s “lame guidelines” have something to do with his desire to smoke weed inside the movie theater — something he promised to fans last week in another tweet.

The Cannabist reached back out to the Denver Film Society to comment on Rogen’s tweets, but messages were not returned.

So amid Denver’s many laws against the public consumption of pot — laws that are, granted, broken regularly in rock clubs and theaters — has Rogen found a weed-friendly movie theater in Colorado for his star-studded screening? We’ll report back. Either way, Rogen is still encouraging interested film aficionados to email if they want to be eligible to see the screening on Monday.