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MoviePass Denies Report Claiming Company Lost 90 Percent of Its Users
“We’re still standing.”
MoviePass Is Back From the Dead With a New Unlimited Subscription Plan
But what about the Bruce Willis movie?
MoviePass Unveils Billboard Campaign Same Day It’s Hit With Class-Action Lawsuit
“MoviePass should never have been controversial — but we all could come up with multiple reasons for why it was.”
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This $30-a-Month Service Wants to Be the New MoviePass
Is there room for both?
MoviePass’s Garbage Summer Continues With Terrible User Feedback
It’s been a rough couple of weeks.
In Sure Sign Its Business Isn’t Failing, MoviePass to Make a Bruce Willis Movie
10 Minutes Gone
, coming soon.
MoviePass Now Limited to 3 Movies Per Month
The restrictions come after last week’s temporary price hike.
Updated: MoviePass to Raise Subscription Price Amid Service Outages
Are these the final days for the “Netflix of movies”?
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MoviePass to Implement Surge Pricing for Popular Films, So That Was Fun
“High demand” rates will arrive in July.
AMC Launches $20 Subscription Plan to Rival MoviePass
Say hello to AMC Stubs A-List.
Can MoviePass Survive the Summer?
The cut-rate service is growing fast, but bleeding cash.
MoviePass Users Shouldn’t Plan On Repeat Viewings of
Or any other movie, for that matter.
Movie, Makes Them an Offer They Can’t Refuse
is MoviePass Ventures’ second indie movie deal.
Here Is Exactly How Much Money MoviePass Is Losing
The size of the loss, auditors say, “raises substantial doubt about the company’s ability to continue as a going concern.”
What’s Behind MoviePass’s Latest Power Moves?
The “Netflix of Theaters” put AMC on blast and is moving into film distribution.
MoviePass Announces New Plan to Partner With Distributors to Acquire Movies
The subscription ticket service unveiled their new subsidiary, MoviePass Ventures, at Sundance.
MoviePass Works. Why Is Hollywood So ‘Meh’?
“If we’re doubling the frequency of the customers who’ve been abandoning you, you’d think they’d cut us in on some of your increased profits.”
MoviePass Is Attempting to Disrupt Hollywood — Will it Succeed?
MoviePass is counting on the idea that exhibitors, faced with fleeing audiences and a seemingly flawed business model, are panicking.
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For $10 a Month, Unlimited Movies at the Theater Is Now a Possibility
However, AMC doesn’t want it used at their theaters.
Vulture Bytes: D.J., Beat Box, Air Guitar Edition
This week, opportunities to be a digital D.J., a digital beat boxer, a frugal yet obsessive moviegoer, an obnoxious teenager, and an Air Guitar maestro.