|Bid||0.0000 x 1300|
|Ask||0.0000 x 800|
|Day's Range||0.0000 - 0.0000|
|52 Week Range|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||-2.04|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Earnings Date||Feb 22, 2019 - Mar 4, 2019|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||3,000.00|
MoviePass parent Helios & Matheson Analytics Inc.'s stock will be delisted from the Nasdaq Capital Market, with the suspension of trading effective at Wednesday's open. The stock will be eligible for trade in the OTC Markets system, under the ticker symbol "HMNY." The company had initially received a delisting notice in December, given that the stock failed to maintain the minimum $1.00 bid price, which the company appealed. The Nasdaq panel determined on Feb. 11 to delist the stock. Helios & Matheson has 15 days to request the Nasdaq Listing and Hearing Review Council to review the panel's decision, but the company said it doesn't plan to appeal the determination at this time. The company plans to apply to have its shares quoted on the OTCQB Market. The stock has lost virtually all of its value over the last year, as it closed at a split-adjusted price of $1,357.50 on Feb. 13, 2018. The S&P 500 has gained 3.1% over the past year.
Helios and Matheson Analytics Inc., the parent company of MoviePass Inc., has been delisted from NASDAQ, the company disclosed in an SEC filing on Tuesday. The move follows months of wrangling with the stock market. Helios (NASDAQ: HMNY) shares closed at $2.95 on Aug. 15, 2017, when the company announced it was taking a majority stake in MoviePass and relaunching the program with an all-you-can watch movie subscription plan for $10 per month.
Helios & Matheson Analytics Inc. , the parent of the film loyalty program MoviePass, has set March 15 as the date for a meeting on its latest plan for a reverse-stock split that would help avert a delisting. In a regulatory filing, the company invited shareholders to a meeting at 10.00 a.m. Pacific Time on that date to vote on a reverse split of its stock at a ratio of 1-for-2 shares up to 1-for-500 shares, . The stock has closed below the $1 threshold for an exchange listing since July. It has closed beneath a nickel every day since August and was last quoted at 1 cent. The data company has struggled to make MoviePass profitable and has been burning through cash. It first bought a majority stake in the program in 2017 and immediately cut the price to $9.95 a month allowing subscribers see a film of their choice every day. When that proved untenable, it changed the terms of its offering, limiting access to bigger films and restricting customers to certain showings. It has already implemented a 1-for-250 reverse stock split and has sold preferred stock and convertible notes to raise fresh funds. New York Attorney General Barbara Underwood has launched a securities fraud investigation into the company.
The production company of Helios and Matheson Analytics Inc. (HMNY), MoviePass Films LLC, announced today its film Border was nominated for an Academy Award in the “Best Makeup and Hairstyling” category. Announced in September of last year, MoviePass Films partnered with NEON Rated LLC to co-release the Cannes award-winning film from writer and director Ali Abbasi. A 2018 Swedish fantasy film, Border’s screenplay is written by Abbasi, Isabella Eklöf and John Ajvide Lindqvist.
Helios & Matheson Analytics Inc. has filed confidentially with the Securities and Exchange Commission to spin off its cinema discount-ticketing service MoviePass.
The parent company of MoviePass wants to spin off the struggling movie-theater subscription service. Helios & Matheson Analytics Inc. said Thursday it formed a new entity that would take possession of its shares in the MoviePass business, as well as other film assets Helios holds, as a prelude to letting that entity trade on its own. The new entity, called MoviePass Entertainment Holdings Inc., also must be accepted by a trading market.
MoviePass Inc.’s parent company has filed paperwork to spin off the struggling movie subscription service into a separately traded holding company. Helios and Matheson Analytics Inc. said that it has submitted a draft registration statement of Form S-1 to the Securities and Exchange Commission with the proposal. The parent company first announced plans to spin off MoviePass in October.
Helios and Matheson Analytics Inc. said Thursday it has filed confidentially with the Securities and Exchange Commission to spin off its cinema discount-ticketing program MoviePass. The company said it has created a new subsidiary called MoviePass Entertainment Holdings Inc. to take ownership of its MoviePass stake. The company will spin off shares by listing on Nasdaq or an alternative exchange, and distribute some of the shares as a dividend to shareholders as of a record date yet to be selected. Helios and Matheson will retain a controlling stake in MoviePass, which offers consumers various packages that allow them to see films at discounted prices. Helios and Matheson has struggled to make MoviePass viable. It was a rather sleepy data analytics company when it first acquired the service and immediately slashed the monthly fee to $9.95 a month from up to $50 a month. Its subscriber base ballooned to cross the 3-million mark last June. But the company ended up burning through its cash holdings and plans to monetize data or partner with cinema chains did not come to fruition. Shares were trading Friday at 1 cent.
Helios and Matheson Analytics Inc. (HMNY) (“HMNY”) today announced that MoviePass Entertainment Holdings Inc. (“MoviePass Entertainment”), a newly formed wholly-owned subsidiary of HMNY that would take ownership of the shares of MoviePass Inc. and other film related assets held by HMNY, has confidentially submitted a draft registration statement on Form S-1 to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (the “SEC”) relating to the proposed distribution by HMNY of a minority of the shares of MoviePass Entertainment common stock held by HMNY as a dividend to stockholders of HMNY as of a record date that is yet to be determined. HMNY plans to retain control of MoviePass Entertainment upon any such distribution.
Helios and Matheson Analytics Inc. (HMNY) (“Helios”), a provider of information technology services and solutions and the 92% owner of MoviePass Inc., today announced that it has entered into definitive agreements with certain institutional investors for the purchase of 333,333,334 common units for aggregate gross proceeds of approximately $5.4 million in a registered direct offering priced at-the-market. Each common unit consists of (i) one share of common stock, (ii) one warrant to purchase one share of common stock at an exercise price of $0.0163 per share (the “Series C Warrants”), (iii) one warrant to purchase one share of common stock at an exercise price of $0.0163 per share (the “Series D Warrants”), and (iv) one warrant to purchase one share of common stock at an exercise price of $1.00 per share (the “Series E Warrants” and collectively with the Series C Warrants and the Series D Warrants, the “Warrants”).
Every year there are opportunities to learn from winners and losers in the market. 2018 was at once extraordinary and normal.
While MoviePass’ prospects for surviving 2019 are dimming by the day, the changes that the company has wrought to the industry appear to be sticking around.
MoviePass is getting desperate. "TIME IS RUNNING OUT 🎁 Up to 53% off MoviePass Select Plans," MoviePass emailed me on Dec. 23, one of 16 emails it has sent me, a former subscriber, since the start of this month. Other subject line snippets include "There's Still Time" (Dec. 20) and "GET IT BEFORE IT’S GONE"…
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Helios and Matheson Analytics Inc. (HMNY) production company MoviePass Films announced today its film American Animals won in two categories at the 20th British Independent Film Awards. The British Independent Film Awards highlight the most innovative and creative independent filmmaking and filmmakers each year in an effort to support the independent film community and promote British talent to the public.
At this time last year, MoviePass was the darling of the entertainment industry, boasting millions of subscribers and a cult following. Ted Farnsworth, CEO of MoviePass parent company Helios and Matheson Analytics, has taken a financial beating. Thanks in part to the failures of MoviePass, $7.25 million worth of Helios and Matheson stock Farnsworth was awarded in 2017 was worth less than $50 as of Dec. 8, as Quartz pointed out after a Dec. 10 SEC filing by the company.
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You see, it was all just a test. MoviePass is claiming the chaos of the last few months—in which its $10 movie-per-day plan became increasing unreliable, it started surge pricing, then limited moviegoers to three movies per month instead, and picked the movies they were able to see each day—was all done to determine the…
The movie subscription service is updating its pricing plan for 2019 with three new plans that still start at $9.95 per month. The prices also go up depending on where subscribers live, with three geographic “zones” designed to reflect the differences in average ticket prices in different parts of the country.