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The world's largest movie theater chain is trying to block MoviePass's new $10-a-month plan (AMC)

Following the surprising news on Tuesday that MoviePass will begin a $9.95-a-month subscription service where members can see one movie a day in US theaters, AMC Theaters announced it is looking into if it can block the service. The largest theater chain in the world issued a statement late Tuesday stating that it is consulting with its attorneys on if it can stop accepting MoviePass.
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