This Streaming Service Wants to Charge $50 for Movie Night

This Streaming Service Wants to Charge $50 for Movie Night

For a (hefty) price, you can skip the cinema and see the newest movie at home

Leo Lutero
  • 16 march 2016

In the age where subscription-based streaming is king, is paying $50 for a single movie that streams at the same time as the theatrical release worth it? With Napster’s Sean Parker and ex-Chief Content Officer at SFX Entertainment Prem Akkaraju founding a $50 per movie rental service Screening Room, there are a lot of questions to be answered about the future of living room entertainment.

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