Sean Parker thinks he has found a way to let you watch new-release movies from home.
Only thing is that it costs $50 per movie for a 48-hour viewing period, plus $150 for a set-top box.
Variety exclusively reports the Napster founder is an investor in the startup Screening Room, which uses anti-piracy technology to let users watch films at home the same day they hit theaters.
This might all seem insanely expensive, and it is. But split that $50 cost among five friends to watch "Captain America: Civil War" at home, and you now are paying less than you would in theaters. You know, aside from the $150 investment.
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