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This New Pass Could Let You See One Movie Per Day in Theaters for $10 Monthly

Got a habit of going to the theater to catch movies? Well, you’re an increasingly rare breed — despite the success of a couple movies (led by Wonder Woman), this year’s been a real bad one for the box office. That’s caused Hollywood to scramble around for solutions, and a former Netflix employee seems to think he’s […] This story was originally published at This New Pass Could Let You
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