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moviefone, past & present
Over the years, Moviefone -- along with the technology and experience of watching movies -- has evolved, launching online movie times, ticketing, and apps to guide moviegoers, as well as editorial franchises to excite and engage movie and TV lovers.
Our signature, award-winning “Unscripted” video series and viral “Moviefone Mash” features have amassed millions of views. Other content highlights include “’Fone Finds,” which exposes readers to a variety of premium content from our partners, “Reel Meals,” which pairs movie-themed menus with fan-favorite films, and our hugely successful “Summer Sequel Smackdown,” a bracketed poll that offered movie lovers the chance to pick the best summer sequel of all time.
Mr. Moviefone, the iconic voice of now-discontinued telephone service 777-FILM, has been a pop-culture touchstone for more than 20 years, with references to the voice and signature line “Hello, and welcome to Moviefone!” appearing in numerous movies and TV shows, including “Seinfeld,” “The Simpsons,” and “Family Guy.”
the moviefone logo
Moviefone’s 25-year evolution also included numerous changes to the look and feel of the site and company logo. The most recent change moved us away from the red, white, and black color scheme of Moviefone’s past (below) to what you see on the site today.