No Way Home’ ticket demand crashed box office sites

Tom Holland plays Peter Parker in Marvel’s “Spider-Man: No Way Home.” Disney When the clock stopped at midnight on November 29, “Spider-Man: No Way Home” tickets were sold out. Within minutes, local movie ticket websites began to crumble as moviegoers scrambled to secure seats for one of the year’s most awaited films. Experts say it’s … Read more

MoviePass’ resurrection will face old problems and new rivals

MoviePass, the movie theater ticket service that surged in popularity in 2017 and stepped in with bankruptcy protection two years later, is looking to restart Hollywood. Co-founder Stacey Spikes regained ownership of the company on Wednesday after a New York Southern District bankruptcy court judge approved the sale on Monday. Spikes said the company is … Read more

Here are Tuesday's biggest analyst calls of the day: Netflix, Home Depot, AMC, Moderna & more

Here are the biggest calls on Wall Street.

GE, Palantir, PayPal and more

Check out the companies making headlines before the bell. General Electric (GE) — Shares of General Electric surged more than 7% in the primary market after the company announced it would split into three public entities focused on aviation, healthcare and energy. GE said it will separate its healthcare unit by early 2023 and its … Read more

Credit Suisse upgrades Cinemark to outperform, says stock is best movie theater recovery play

The Cinemark logo hangs above one of the company’s theaters closed by the COVID-19 coronavirus on December 4, 2020 in Melrose Park, Illinois. Scott Olson | Getty Images Investors looking to bet on a movie theater revival should look to Cinemark rather than larger chains, according to Post Suisse. .