Helios and Matheson Analytics Inc. (Nasdaq: HMNY) (“Helios”) announced today that Emmett Furla Oasis Films (“EFO Films”) has granted Helios the exclusive option to acquire the entire film library and current production slate of EFO Films. The EFO Films library includes acclaimed titles such as Lone Survivor and Broken City and features A-List actors such as Mark Wahlberg, 50 Cent, Sylvester Stallone, Bruce Willis, Arnold Schwarzenegger, John Travolta, Denzel Washington, Nicolas Cage, Robert De Niro, Al Pacino, Kate Bosworth, Leelee Sobieski, Anna Kendrick and Ellen Burstyn. The EFO Films library also includes the upcoming titles Boss Level starring Naomi Watts, Mel Gibson and Anabelle Wallis, 2Guns, Escape Plan 2 and Escape Plan 3 starring Sylvester Stallone and Dave Bautista, The Irishman starring Robert De Niro, Al Pacino and Jesse Plemons, and The Iconic Video Game ASTEROIDS by ATARI, including others in production, with the goal of 12 to 15 films over the next year.
MoviePass™ CEO Mitch Lowe and HMNY CEO Ted Farnsworth to Keynote at Winston Baker’s Entertainment Finance Forum on March 2, 2018
LOS ANGELES--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Winston Baker invited MoviePass CEO Mitch Lowe and Helios and Matheson Analytics Inc. (NASDAQ: HMNY) CEO Ted Farnsworth to deliver a keynote at the Entertainment Finance Forum in Los Angeles, March 2, 2018, to discuss the impact of data on the entertainment industry.
The forum topic, Data is the New Oil: How Will MoviePass Monetize It? Will feature a discussion with Lowe and Farnsworth as they share how MoviePass utilizes data, their growth-focused business model, and their plan to revitalize the movie industry. Co-Editor-in-Chief of Variety Andrew Wallenstein will serve as the discussion’s moderator.
HMNY continues to acquire companies on the cutting edge, with first-mover advantage, disruptive technology and solid management. MoviePass is available in over 91% of all theaters in the U.S. This includes AMC, Regal and Cinemark theaters along with independent theaters. The MoviePass app enables subscribers to see unlimited movies, in theaters with no blackout dates; no contracts; just a low flat $9.95 monthly fee.