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Here Are Fandango’s Picks for the Most Anticipated Movies of 2017

A few weeks back, marketing tech firm Amobee helped me put together a list of the most anticipated movies of 2017 by measuring the volume and sentiment of social chatter […]

Facebook Is Now Offering Movie Tickets, Food Delivery and Salon Appointments

Good evening, earthlings. Thank you for logging on to Planet Facebook, where you can read posts from your friends, chat with them, watch recorded video, stare aimlessly at live video and now, starting today, order up a facial, dinner and a movie without changing digital orbits. 

Kenan Thompson Returns as Miles Mouvay for Fandango, and Welcomes a Special Guest

It makes perfect sense that Miles Mouvay, the world's most dedicated film fan, met his bestie in a theater lobby in 1993 while they were both waiting to see Jurassic Park and special-ordering nacho cheese popcorn. And it becomes a meta moment when the BFF turns out to be Kel Mitchell, since Miles Mouvay, IRL, is Kenan Thompson.

Fifty Shades of Grey Did $1 Million in Advanced E-Tickets in First 3 Days

All signs point to Fifty Shades of Grey being an R-rated blockbuster hit of unusual magnitude.

Fandango, Credit Karma Settle FTC Charges in Data Security Case

The Federal Trade Commission continues to step up its data security enforcement in an attempt to stop data breaches before they harm consumers. On Friday, the agency announced Fandango and Credit Karma agreed to settle charges the companies misrepresented the security of their mobile apps.

Capturing More User Info in a Less Creepy Way

Given today’s digital privacy minefield, publishers and advertisers must find ways to get information from their audiences without creeping them out.

Visa and Fandango Mobilize Buying Movie Tickets

Visa and Fandango today are extending their three-year digital partnership with a feature called Tixpress in the latter company's mobile app.

For Four Notable Startups, This Was SXSW

A tall rocker dude with a passing resemblance to Dave Grohl ambles into the Austin Four Seasons, hardly standing out among the flannel-wearing, phone-staring digerati during the first week of South by Southwest scattered across a lobby festooned with the requisite displays of cowboy boots and stag heads on the wall.