Screening Room takes ‘going to the movies’ out of going to the movies

Hollywood’s biggest directors and Napster co-founder Sean Parker want to let you download films on the same day they hit theaters

CNET March 16, 2016

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Screening Room wants to take ‘going to the movies’ out of going to the movies
Hollywood’s biggest directors and Napster co-founder Sean Parker want to let you download films on the same day they hit theaters, but oh, that $50 price tag. Still, it’s cheaper than the $60 Comcast intended to charge for the Eddie Murphy vehicle “Tower Heist.” That is before theaters complained and they pulled it. What makes Screening Room more likely to succeed where Murphy already failed? READ MORE »
Ty Pendlebury
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