MoviePasss parent company is getting crushed after offering new stock

Helios and Matheson Analytics is looking to push additional capital into its prime and wildly popular asset, MoviePass, by raising money in a new stock sale that appears to be giving Wall Street fits. Looking to raise additional capital, Helios and Matheson said it would sell up to $150 million in a stock sale that essentially seems geared to fund MoviePass’s expansion. Helios and Matheson is the largest shareholder of…

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‘Make The World Evil Again’: Dr. Evil is ‘running’ for ‘president’

Seems like someone new loses their job in the Trump administration every week, including… Dr. Evil. Mike Myers’ iconic Austin Powers villain made his triumphant screen return, chatting to Jimmy Fallon on The Tonight Show on Wednesday night. Sixteen years after the last Austin Powers movie, Evil chatted about his abrupt firing from Trump’s team. What was his role? “Naturally I was going to be Secretary of Evil, but Steve…

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How Cambridge Analytica’s Facebook Targeting Model Really Worked – According To The Person Who Built It

The researcher whose work is at the center of the Facebook-Cambridge Analytica data analysis and political advertising uproar has revealed that his method worked much like the one Netflix uses to recommend movies. In an email to me, Cambridge University scholar Aleksandr Kogan explained how his statistical model processed Facebook data for Cambridge Analytica. The accuracy he claims suggests it works about as well as established voter-targeting methods based on…

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The Most Bizarre Items in Russell Crowes Divorce Auction

Russell Crowe’s leather jockstrap, which is coming to auction with an estimate of A$500 to A$600 ($384 to $461), but probably the most esoteric lot in a sale of the actor’s belongings is a dead horse. To be clear, it’s a prop horse from Crowe’s 2000 movie , but it’s life-sized, and “realistically rendered in rubberised material with a textured chestnut faux fur mane,” Source: Sotheby's Australia The auction, which made up…

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Russell Crowe’s ‘divorce’ auction sells ‘Gladiator’ armor, other valuable movie gear

Catalogue online next Tuesday .  Auction via  Sotheby’s Australia . April 7th, 6pm. Carriage Works, Sydney. Register to bid in the room , on the phone, or online.  Auction will be streamed. Private viewing & dinner raising money for ACMF April 4th by Sotheby’s invitation. A post shared by Russell Crowe (@russellcrowe) on Feb 22, 2018 at 10:28pm PST Also celebrating his 54th birthday, Crowe made an appearance and told…

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R. Lee Ermey, actor in ‘Full Metal Jacket,’ dies at 74

(CNN)R. Lee Ermey, the actor known for his Golden Globe-nominated role as an intimidating drill sergeant in “Full Metal Jacket,” died Sunday at the age of 74, according to his manager. “It is extremely difficult to truly quantify all of the great things this man has selflessly done for, and on behalf of, our many men and women in uniform,” Rogin said in a statement issued on Facebook. “He has…

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Roseannes Darlene Conner and the Queer Characters Who Hide in Plain Sight

There was just something about her. Maybe it was the plaid flannels. Or the Doc Martens. Or her frequent indifference to her boyfriend, David. Whatever it was, something about Darlene spoke to queer women. For nine seasons, the character played by Sara Gilbert on ABC's Roseanne was, however subtly, a role model for people who looked at her and saw something of themselves. Darlene wasn’t queer, but for the subset…

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Stripper Goes Viral After Stopping To Eat Pizza On Stage And It’s HOT!

OMG. Lilly Moon is totally our spirit animal! The stripper went viral after sharing a video over the weekend from Jumbo’s Clown Room in Hollywood, California. No, not because of her boobs — because of her pepperoni! LOLz! Photos: These Movie Stars Have Shown Peen — See The NSFW Dick-ture Proof! After the dancers had gotten pizza, she decided to just go out there, sit down on the stage, and…

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Apple Is Planning to Launch a News Subscription Service

Company integrating Texture purchase into Apple News offering About 20 Texture staff were cut soon after Apple acquisition Apple Inc. plans to integrate recently acquired magazine app Texture into Apple News and debut its own premium subscription offering, according to people familiar with the matter. The move is part of a broader push by the iPhone maker to generate more revenue from online content and services. The Cupertino, California company…

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How to Build high converting pages and websites without Hosting, Coding, Designing or Copywriting Skills.

Are you tired of running after your designers and copywriters so that you can sell a product or service from a decent looking page? Stop right now and fire both of them. You won’t need them ever again! From the 7 Figure Marketer Daniel Adetunji comes a brand-new software… FastEye Pages  A new Landing Page and Website builder with high-converting pre-written copywriting packages included. All the page builders until now have…

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17 Things We Should Really Stop Teaching Our Children

via: Shutterstock That they should “Go and change the world!” I’m sorry most people don’t even get their own shit together. Everybody’s trying to save a cause, or fix this or that. Maybe just be nice to your neighbours, help out your grandfather cleaning his garage. Make your life and the people around your life better. If everybody did that maybe we could change the world. –Peter_See Advertisement via: Shutterstock That it’s…

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John Krasinski’s scary hit movie has a heartwarming backstory about inclusion.

“A Quiet Place” features a deaf actress in a central role and it’s a huge hit. The horror thriller made over $50 million during its opening weekend, which is especially impressive for a movie that’s not part of a franchise or a comic book. First-time director John Krasinski (aka Jim Halpert from NBC’s “The Office”) has received critical acclaim, particularly for insisting on casting Millicent Simmonds, a 14-year-old deaf actress,…

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Alex Jones gets sued for his relentless campaign to torment Sandy Hook parents.

On Monday, April 16, parents of two students who died during the 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting sued conspiracy theorist and media personality Alex Jones. Jones, who runs the far-right conspiracy site Infowars.com, is no stranger to lawsuits. To say he plays fast and loose with facts would be an understatement, as he’s pushed a number of absurd conspiracy theories over the years, including the idea that the government…

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