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MoviePass Is Trying to Disrupt Hollywood — Will It Succeed?

The subject of the week in Hollywood is MoviePass, a company from the co-founder of Netflix and Redbox that’ll let you go to the movies once a day, every day, for just $9.95 a month — just barely more than the average price of a single ticket, and less in ... More »
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