– by Seth McDonald

MoviePass, the monthly theater subscription service is about to move into the music industry. The new offer, priced at $29.95, will allow users to access iHeartRadio’s premium service as well as MoviePass’s theater service, which will allow the user to watch four 2D movies per month, and provide the user with ability to stream and download songs, as well as create playlists.

In a statement, Mitch Lowe, CEO of MoviePass had this to say:

 “Our existing relationship with iHeartMedia has enabled us to put together one great deal for movie lovers and music fans. Our goal has always been to deliver the best value to our MoviePass family, and by partnering with iHeartRadio, we are able to provide access to two premium subscription services at one low price.”

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MoviePass, who has made substantial waves in the film industry, has lowered their price twice over the last year, in an attempt to draw more users to the service. The $29.95 per month price for the two services is quite a jump from $9.95 per month (which at one point was down to $6.95) for the movie a day deal.

I am still not a MoviePass subscriber, but that may change once May gets here, as multiple theater viewing of Avengers: Infinity War, Deadpool 2 and Solo: A Star Wars Story sound like good times to me.

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Source: The Hollywood Reporter