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Iâ€™m not going to blame you if youâ€™re not going out to the movies this weekend, with all the crazy Black Friday deals that you can already shop right now, and the insanely busy week that lies ahead. Not to mention that Justice League just got the meh treatment â€” although I personally plan to see it no matter what critics have to say.
But if you do plan to go to the movies, and you like MoviePass, you absolutely need to check out this limited promotion theyâ€™re running.
That said, Iâ€™ll remind you that Mudbound opens this weekend, and you can watch it from the comfort of your own home. Thatâ€™s right, itâ€™s a Netflix flick, and a great one from what I hear. And yes, Iâ€™ve got a boatload of new trailers for you. Letâ€™s check them out!
A Quiet Place
Iâ€™m not the biggest fan of horror movies because most of them are hardly entertaining. But this first trailer for A Quiet Place certainly makes me curious. First of all, weâ€™ve got Emily Blunt and John Krasinski acting together as husband and wife who have to protect themselves and their kids from a terrible danger. Apparently, if they can hear you, they can hunt you. Who are they? This trailer doesnâ€™t say.
On paper, this movie sounds quite promising. Weâ€™ve got Antonio Banderas, John Malkovich, and Adrien Brody starring together in this crime story. It should launch at some point this year, although thereâ€™s no firm release date for it. Color me intrigued.
This trailer is just amazing for so many reasons. Deadpool 2 hits theaters on June 1st. Thatâ€™s absolutely everything you need to know:
Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald
Yes, there’s a Fantastic Beats sequel in the works and this time around weâ€™re talking about The Crimes of Grindelwald. Weâ€™re going to have to wait for one more year to see it. As for the teaser below, well, itâ€™s just a teaser that reveals the movieâ€™s name and launch date.
Hotel Transylvania 3
I canâ€™t say Iâ€™m the biggest fan of the Hotel Transylvania series, but the franchise does have plenty of fans. The third installment in the series launches on July 13th, and the animation has a great cast. Check it out:
Whenever I see Jeffrey Dean Morgan now, I immediately think of his Negan character from The Walking Dead. However, Rampage, due April 20th, is not about Morganâ€™s character. Dwayne Johnson is actually the star of this action movie based on the classic 1980s video game that features giant animals. The wolf is my personal favorite.
The Greatest Showman
Of course, you want to see a musical starring Hugh Jackman about a man who invented show business. Am I right? Well, thatâ€™s great, because come December 20th, thatâ€™s exactly the kind of film youâ€™ll be able to watch in cinemas. Hereâ€™s a brand new trailer for The Greatest Showman:
Wait a second, Titanic again? Rose? Jack? For some reason, letâ€™s call it cash, the movie will be re-released in cinemas. Insert shrug emoji. So letâ€™s take a look at this rerelease trailer and pretend weâ€™ve never seen the movie. December 1st, if you were wondering.
Movie tickets arenâ€™t going to get any less expensive anytime soon, but thereâ€™s a way to watch as many new films as you want in a theater without breaking the bank. Itâ€™s called MoviePass, a subscription service that lets you watch a movie a day at any theater thatâ€™s included in the program. At $9.95 per month, the service is already a bargain if you ask me. But what if I told you that itâ€™ll get even cheaper, for a limited time?
Helios and Matheson Analytics Inc. purchased a majority stake in MoviePass, a new press release reveals, and thatâ€™s apparently why MoviePass is going to get cheaper for a limited period. Itâ€™s probably just a coincidence that itâ€™s all happening just ahead of this year’s Black Friday craziness.
You can now get your MoviePass subscription for just $6.95 per month, for a total of $89.95 per year, which also includes a $6.55 processing fee. So you’ll save 25% on your MoviePass subscription, and you can still go to the movies as much as you want. Thatâ€™s a great deal that movie fans should take advantage of. Even if youâ€™re already a MoviePass subscriber, you still qualify for the sale:
New and existing subscribers of MoviePass who take advantage of the new one-year subscription plan will be billed $89.95 for the year in advance at the time they subscribe to the plan.
Just head on over to MoviePass to get your subscription at the new lower price. Itâ€™s unclear how long the promotion will last, but we do know that it’ll only be available for a â€œlimited time.â€�Read more
An anonymous reader shares a report: MoviePass seemed like the deal of the century: $10 a month to see one movie a day at the theaters? No contest. But in the three months since the start-up company seeking to disrupt the theater market with a Netflix-…Read more
MoviePass, the subscription service that lets consumers pay a monthly fee to see unlimited movies in theaters across the U.S., is slashing its prices yet again. The company announced today it’s now offering its service for $6.95 per month, …Read more
MoviePass is dropping its price point yet again. In August, the company reduced its subscription cost to just $10 per month — down from $15 to $21 depending on where you lived — and upped the amount of movies its subscribers could see from t…Read more
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Nintendo’s plans to return to movies appear to include its most beloved franchise. Wall Street Journal sources understand that Nintendo is close to a deal for an animated Super Mario Bros. movie from Illumination Entertainment, the Universal-backed s…Read more
The largest exhibition ever staged at Seattle’s Museum of Pop Culture will featureÂ hundreds of original artifacts and much more as it lifts the mask on one of the most iconic brands in comics and film. “Marvel: Universe of Super Heroes,” opening next April at the museum created by Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen, is billed as the world’s first and most extensive exhibition celebrating Marvel’s visual and cultural impact. The story of the nearly 80-year-old company will includeÂ a selection of rare pages of original comic art from some of the most impressive private collections in the world as well as costumes,… Read More