MoviePass issues a statement about their recent woes, revealing an explanation for why Mission: Impossible - Fallout was blocked on the app.
After a more than 24-hour outage, embattled subscription service MoviePass is now barring all users from seeing Mission: Impossible - Fallout.
Monthly movie subscription provider MoviePass looks to be nearing death, after a complete loss of money caused its service to stop working.
MoviePass is now in the process of finding new ways to keep their company afloat due to their drastically low subscription costs.
MoviePass changed the game with $10 a month unlimited movies, but has that dream damaged the long-term, realistic future of cinema subscriptions?
MoviePass is introducing additional changes and an extra cost to its subscription service sure to affect their customers' movie-going this summer.
AMC to launch its Premiere A-List movie subscription service, which will offer subscribers an alternative to MoviePass, the movie ticketing service.
Screen Rant interviews MoviePass CEO Theodore Farnsworth about the company's impact on the film industry and what they have planned next.
Exclusive: MoviePass intends on launching new Bring a Friend and Family Plan features to their service at some point this summer.
The movie theater subscription service MoviePass is evolving to include a production and distribution company for original movies.
MoviePass continues to be plagued by problems, as its parent company's stock prices have declined due to the service's business model.
MoviePass competitor Sinemia is launching a new tiered subscription for U.S. users, which includes no restrictions on repeat viewings or theaters.
MoviePass has now gone back to offering its original monthly plan of unlimited movies per month, in the form of one 2D screening per day.
MoviePass has changed their terms for new subscribers, and may not go back to their trademark 'ticket per day' deal that made them popular.
MoviePass announces that it is lowering the monthly price for its annual subscribers - albeit, for a limited amount of time only.
Movie subscription service MoviePass announces that they have now surpassed two million subscribers and have contributed $26 million to Oscar films.