Stacy Spikes

co-founder of MoviePass

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MoviePass allowed customers to see one film per day in theaters — for $10/month. But its Black founders were ousted.

MoviePass: What happened to the too-good-to-be-true service?

MoviePass allowed customers to see one film per day in theaters — for $10/month. But its Black founders were ousted.

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