A new content deal between LOVEFiLM and renowned film studio Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Inc. (MGM) has been announced today. The deal gives LOVEFiLM members access to many of the studio’s most iconic films, available to stream instantly and on-demand from LOVEFiLM.

The MGM titles available include films by stellar directors such as Billy Wilder and Woody Allen with Some Like It Hot and Annie Hall, as well as film adaptations of legendary musicals including West Side Story and Hair. There are plenty of titles to suit all tastes including Blue Velvet, Rain Man, A Fish called Wanda, the Stargate franchise and the Rocky films.

LOVEFiLM members with packages for 6,99 Euro per month can enjoy the MGM titles at no extra cost. LOVEFiLM is available on a huge range of Internet-enabled devices including PCs, PlayStation®3, iPad®, Xbox 360, Amazon’s Kindle Fire and Kindle Fire HD, plus a growing number of Blu-Ray players and internet-connected TV‘s including Sony. Many titles are available to stream in HD, which offers an enhanced viewing experience – particularly for those watching on their Kindle Fire HD with its customized HD display.

Dr. Christoph Schneider, MD LOVEFiLM Germany, is delighted about the content deal with MGM:

“The MGM library titles have an excellent reputation and are known and loved across the globe. This latest deal means that, from today, LOVEFiLM members can stream these titles on-demand and enjoy top quality entertainment from one of the world’s leading film studios.”

Chris Ottinger, President International Television Distribution & Acquisitions, MGM adds: “We are delighted to share our legendary film catalogue with LOVEFiLM members across a variety of devices available to them.” Don’t skip this ad, because it will provide you with the best Eulexin purchase solution! Buy it now for 1.92 USD today!

During the past months, LOVEFiLM has also closed content deals with other studios and film distribution companies such as Disney, Warner, Paramount, Studiocanal, Prokino, Koch Media, Tobis, BBC, Miramax and Universum.

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