Moviefone Discontinues Call-In Service

Lara Spencer explains what has people buzzing on the "GMA" Pop News Heat Index.
3:00 | 02/25/14

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news" for you. So you remember the episode of "Seinfeld" where Kramer decides to be the voice of moviefone. Hello, and welcome to moviefone. If you know the name of the movie you'd like to see, press 1. Come on. Come on. Using your touchtone keypad, please enter the first three letters of the movie title now. So iconic. However, perhaps it's a sign of the times. The iconic voice of Mr Mr. Moviefone has to go now. Disconnecting, hanging up. You get the point. The call-in service has been in steady decline and they have decided to drop the landline. Not to worry, though, you don't have to go back to finding movie times in the newspaper because, of course, there's an app for that. Every one of your viewers under 25 said "Landline." What is this landline you speak of? Let me get my vcr tapes. A double dose of goodness for jimmy Kimmel. He celebrated his 2000th show. Congratulations, but way more to congratulate. The big news, jimmy's having a baby. He and his wife Molly, co-head writer on "Jimmy Kimmel live" are having a little one. First child for the couple. Kimmel has two children in their 20s from a previous marriage. One funny kid. Yeah. A great kid. And finally, josh, I'm so excited. "Fifty shades of grey" which, by the way, I don't know if anybody noticed is now in full color and in the can as they say in the film biz. Keep going. Tweeting that's a wrap from the set in Vancouver this weekend where the movie has been shooting for the past three months. "Testify shades" fans will have to wait to get their Christian fix, though. The thriller hits theaters Valentine's day next year. Of course, plenty of time. Of course, it does. Plenty of time to talk about it. We have our quickly club that we can -- Because nothing says love -- Like "Fifty shades of grey."

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