FetchTV has even more movies to download
These new studios join Warner, Hopscotch, Lionsgate, Disney, Universal, Paramount, Icon and Roadshow on Fetch TV’s program schedule.
“The vast majority of movies rented or bought are new-release titles and we’ve worked hard to agree to deals with more studios than anyone else in Australia to bring the widest selection of new-release movies to our viewers,” said FetchTV CEO Scott Lorson.
“As a result, FetchTV is the best place to make sure you see all new-release titles whenever you want, without leaving the sofa.”
FetchTV allows viewers to access content via their broadband connection using a special set top box.
New release movies will be priced at $6.95 for high definition and $5.95 for standard definition while older library films will cost viewers $3.95.
Coming out of the 20th Century Fox stable, FetchTV viewers can expect to see latest releases including Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps; Predators and Marmaduke.
Movies by Sony Pictures will include Salt starring Angelina Jolie, Grown Ups with Adam Sandler and The Karate Kid featuring Jaden Smith and Jackie Chan.
Viewers can also expect to see The Social Network and The Green Hornet in the coming months.
Madman Entertainment is Australia’s biggest distributors of independent movies, documentaries, world cinema and Japanese animation (Anime).
These include award-winning films like Exit Through The Giftshop and the 2010 Oscar-nominated The Messenger starring Woody Harrelson.
WWE Studios is a fast growing film company with an expanding catalogue of films. 2011 releases will include Knucklehead, The Chaperon and That’s What I Am.