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MoviePass stock drops to 17 cents. Here’s why the company’s CEO isn’t worried

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FILE – In this Jan. 30, 2018 record photograph, Cassie Langdon holds her MoviePass card out of doors AMC Indianapolis 17 theatre in Indianapolis. The startup that shall we consumers watch a film an afternoon at theaters for simply $10 a month, is proscribing new consumers to simply 4 films a month. The transfer comes as consumers and trade mavens query the sustainability of MoviePass’ industry fashion. Because MoviePass is paying maximum theaters the complete worth of the price ticket, the carrier is in the purple with only one or two films in a month. (AP Photo/Darron Cummings, File)

SALT LAKE CITY — MoviePass doesn’t need you to fear. Everything will probably be wonderful.

MoviePass’ guardian corporate Helios and Matheson watched its stock drop 99 p.c to 17 cents per share Friday, down from $39 again in October, when the corporate began providing a film price ticket in line with day for $10 per thirty days.

MoviePass CEO Mitch Lowe told CNNMoney there’s no explanation why to fear about the stock drop. The corporate, he stated, is in excellent fingers.

“We’ve already announced that we are looking at different options of doing a reverse (stock split) and all these different things to recapitalize, restructure the company,” he stated. “But there’s no shortage of institutions willing to work with us to give us money, even as we’re going through this right now, losing money. The institutions definitely understand the model. They understand where we’re going. And I think that we’ve gotten there in record time.”

Lowe stated the corporate plans to ruin even through the finish of the 12 months, which is when it hopes to achieve five million subscribers.

He stated one thing identical in an interview with BuzzFeed News this week, explaining the corporate will most probably ruin even through the finish of 2018.

If no longer, it’ll most probably lose handiest $1 in line with buyer, he said.


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Lowe instructed CNNMoney the corporate isn’t worried about different film theater chains becoming a member of the subscription carrier recreation, both. He stated MoviePass’ subscription numbers jumped 23 p.c after AMC joined the recreation.

As the Deseret News reported, AMC (arguably MoviePass’ biggest critic) announced last month it might upload a brand new subscription carrier for approximately $12 per thirty days.

Cinemark already has its subscription carrier that gives extra offers and reductions. Meanwhile, Sinemia is a MoviePass competitor that continues to upload options that stay unseen in MoviePass.

Read the entire interview with Lowe at CNNMoney.

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