CJ Analysis: MoviePass Strategy is a Big Data Gamble

Last week, when MoviePass lowered its “unlimited” moviegoing plan to just USD $9.95 per month, the ensuing news stories and their associated clickbait headlines could have written themselves. Each found it necessary to explain precisely what MoviePass is and remind…

CJ Cinema News Digest – Friday 4 August 2017

Credit card fraud at Studio Movie Grill, AMC responds to falling share price, Vietnam object to China island cinema, Emoji self pleasuring, Dileep D Cinemaas controversy, “Dunkirk” screening fire, Korea power outage, Picturehouse welcomes pooches. USA (GA) – An alleged…

CJ Cinema Property Update – Tuesday 24 January 2017

Australia: New Hoyts in Stockland. Poland: Warsaw’s Blue City gets Helios, Kepnie gets OH Kino. USA: Studio Movie Grill in Texas. UK: The Light in Hanley, Merlin 4-screen in Bodmin, Montrose’s pool plan. Qatar: Vox in Doha Festival City. India: Rajhans in Panchkula. Malaysia: MBO flagship in KL’s Starling. Law: Vue loses York 13th screen case. Reopening/Refurb: Dublin’s Stella coming back, Majestic Cinema in Ashton-under-Lyne campaign, East London’s Rex, Christchurch’s Arts Centre. Outdoor cinema: China luxury car drive-in. Closing: Brighton’s Cinemark Movies 10, Mumbai’s Eros….

Weekly Cinema Digest – Monday 26 October 2015

UK – The two leading IP protection bodies in the UK are increasing the bounty for cinema staff who catch camcorders in the act. The Film Distributors’ Association (FDA) and the Federation Against Copyright Theft (FACT) will now pay cinema staff…

Daily Cinema Digest – Wednesday 3 December 2014

THR has an exclusive on Dolby unveiling its own digital premium large format (PLF) concept, incorporating both Dolby Atmos and Dolby Vision high dynamic range (HDR) technologies, in partnership with Christie. Initially, Dolby’s new projection system will use two Christie…

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