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If you’re one of the many people who feel like you could make movies better than Hollywood, Scoop streaming service, which gives you access to advanced movie screenings in return for feedback, may give you the opportunity to prove that. Focus groups can have a sizable impact on unreleased movies. Test audiences of Suicide Squad saw a different version than what was finally released, I Am Legend got a totally new ending, and Goodfellas got some negative reactions at test screenings that may or may not have changed the pacing of the movie. Before now, those test screenings were a wildly exclusive and selective process, but Scoop allows for a more inclusive process. All you have to do is sign up and fill out some info about your demographic. Based on that, you’ll be picked for advance screenings and provide feedback on the movie or show you just watched. The service also seems to be based on trust, so don’t go pirating from the service. You’ll ruin the whole thing for the rest of us.

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