MoviePass may return in 2022 | Engadget

A New York City court granted cofounder Stacy Spikes ownership of the company, and Spikes hopes to bring back the service next year. We believe, if done properly, theatrical subscription can play an instrumental role in lifting moviegoing attendance to new heights." The idea was fundamentally sound: for a monthly subscription, you could watch a certain number of movies in theaters each month. Spikes said he bid under $250,000 for the company, though the assets don't include customer data or email addresses. It's unclear how MoviePass will exist alongside those and whether it will develop better relationships with theaters this time around. It remains to be seen whether Spikes will get a new version of MoviePass off the ground. "Our pursuit to reclaim the brand was encouraged by the continued interest from the moviegoing community.
Almost two years after MoviePass declared bankruptcy , it could be making a comeback. A New York City court granted cofounder Stacy Spikes ownership of the company, and Spikes hopes to bring back th… [+1801 chars]