It’s not just another day at the box office with Fantasy Movie League. Created in 2015 by a group of gaming industry veterans led by ESPN Senior Fantasy Sports Analyst Matthew Berry and acquired by NCM in 2017, Fantasy Movie League is a digital game for movie fans. Players pick 8 movies each week to fill their virtual theater. As the box office climbs, so does the player. They can compete against friends or a league of other fans to win movie tickets, swag and other prizes. It’s easy to play, hard to master and all for free.


National CineMedia (NCM) is the largest movie network in the U.S. with more than 750 million moviegoers across 45 national and regional theater circuits including AMC, Cinemark and Regal Cinemas. NCM’s pre-show, Noovie, provides audiences with exclusive and original content highlighting the latest in film and entertainment. Coming soon, fans will be able to take the experience home with the Noovie app. Go to Noovie.com for updates, and follow Noovie on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to learn more about what’s new in entertainment.


Universally regarded as one of the leading voices on fantasy gaming, Matthew Berry is ESPN's Senior Fantasy Analyst. Known as the "Talented Mr. Roto," he's an Emmy winner for his work on ESPN2's Fantasy Football Now (ESPN2's highest rated show in the fall). As one of the most popular columnists and award winning podcasters on ESPN.com, he appears regularly on ESPN's most popular television shows, including Sunday NFL Countdown, Monday Night Countdown, SportsCenter and NFL Live. He is one of only five people to be in the Hall of Fame of both the Fantasy Sports Trade Association and the Fantasy Sports Writers Association. Matthew's book, Fantasy Life, debuted at #5 on the New York Times best seller list and spent two months on the list.