Why Is MoviePass Losing So Much Money?

Although the subscription-based movie ticket service has three million customers, questions have been raised about the company’s viability. The New York Times’s Hollywood reporter, Brooks Barnes, explains why.

Movie Fans Give Two Thumbs Down to The Academy’s Proposed ‘Popular Film’ Oscar Category

The Academy announced some big changes for future Oscars ceremonies. One of the more notable technical changes is, per The Hollywood Reporter, focusing on a three-hour broadcast that will present some categories live during commercial breaks to ensure the telecast does not go on too long. But the change garnering the most feedback is the one at the top of this list: It’s unclear what exactly spurred this decision to consider a category for “popular film” and what exactly that would entail (likely big box-office movies that aren’t necessarily considered Oscar-worthy). It’s
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