Here are 12 of the most popular titles MoviePass subscribers are going to this summer — and some of them will surprise you

MoviePass boasts it's bought over 5% of all movie tickets in the first half of 2018.

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MoviePass boasts it’s bought over 5% of all movie tickets in the first half of 2018.
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Tracey Trevino

Though MoviePass is losing millions every month and its parent company’s stock continues to plunge, it can’t be denied that the service is popular.

The 2018 box office is on an incredible run, as it’s up over 8% from this time last year, and it’s hard to ignore that MoviePass may have helped in that spike.

Yes, the movies this year, especially the summer releases, are performing beyond expectation. But could the bump in box office numbers also be due to the over 3 million MoviePass subscribers hitting the multiplexes on a daily basis?

MoviePass’ CEO Mitch Lowe thinks so.

“We bought over 5% of all tickets in the first half of the year, and 70% of the time our subscribers were bringing people who don’t have MoviePass,” Lowe told Business Insider, citing company data. “We think we’ve played at least some role in energizing moviegoing.”

And it looks like over the summer MoviePass is dishing out some major coin for all the movies its subscribers are going to see.

Here’s a breakdown of the top 12 titles MoviePass has bought the most tickets for this summer:

(Note: Data below provided by MoviePass, the range is from April 27 – July 13.)


12. “Sicario: Day Of The Soldado” – Over 300,000 tickets

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11. “Book Club” – Over 300,000 tickets

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Paramount Pictures

10. “Life of the Party” – Over 300,000 tickets

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New Line Cinema

9. “Hereditary” – Over 400,000 tickets

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A24

8. “Tag” – Over 500,000 tickets

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Warner Bros.

7. “Ant-Man and the Wasp” – Over 600,000 tickets

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Disney

6. “Solo: A Star Wars Story” – Over 800,000 tickets

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Disney

5. “Ocean’s 8” – Over 900,000 tickets

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Warner Bros.

4. “Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom” – Over 1 million tickets

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Universal

3. “Deadpool 2” – Over 1.14 million tickets

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Fox

2. “Incredibles 2” – Over 1.14 million tickets

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Disney

1. “Avengers: Infinity War” – Over 1.15 million tickets

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Marvel