Even Elon Musk isn't touching that mess. Here's MoviePass's new statement in full. MoviePass: We're Still Standing. To paraphrase Mark Twain: Talk of our demise is greatly exaggerated. MoviePass™, the nation's premier movie theater subscription service and a majority-owned subsidiary of Helios and Matheson Analytics Inc. (Nasdaq:HMNY) ("Helios"), today pushed back on comments by some in the theater industry who have predicted, and in some cases declared, its passing. Exhibitors know that without MoviePass they will be able to continue to charge exorbitant prices for theater tickets and gouge customers with overpriced concessions. This is exactly the attitude the taxicab industry took when Uber entered their market.
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