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Would you pay $50 to watch a movie at home the day it’s released?

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A new device called the Screening Room could be rolled out soon that would let you watch movies on the day they arrive in theaters, from the comfort of your own home. The catch is that the device would cost $150 and each 48-hour movie rental would cost $50. From the Orange Room, TODAY’s Dylan Dreyer reports.