All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘MGM’

Hulu Acquires ‘Fargo’ And Other MGM Content

Hulu announced that it has acquired exclusive streaming rights to hit television series (or mini-series, if you was renewed for a second season) Fargo. The acquisition comes as part of an expansion of Hulu’s relationship with MGM, and it also includes all episodes of History’s Vikings as well as multi-year, non-exclusive licensing rights to over 1,500 episodes of MGM …

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Mickey Rooney, Legendary Actor, Dead at 93

After an impressive nine decade career in show business, legendary actor Mickey Rooney died Sunday. He was 93. A Los Angeles County Coroner’s office duty officer confirmed the death, according to the Associated Press. No further information was available. Rooney, born Joseph Yule Jr. on Sept. 23, 1920, began his long career in show business at 15 months, when he appeared …

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Amazon Snags ‘Vikings’ Series, MGM Movies for Prime Instant Video

Amazon and MGM have just announced an expanded licensing agreement that will bring a bunch of new content – both TV and movies – to Prime Instant Video. The deal makes MGM Television’s historical series Vikings, which premiered on the HISTORY channel earlier this year, available to stream for free for all Prime customers. Vikings saw some success in the …

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Next Bond Movie Coming Within Three Years, Says MGM

James Bond fans may not have to wait long for the next installment in the storied movie franchise. Reuters is reporting that MGM teased Bond fans with talk of a new movie during its investor conference call on March 19. During the call, MGM CEO Gary Barber reportedly stated that MGM “hopes” a new Bond movie will be released within …

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Tons Of Classic MGM Movies Are Coming To Amazon Prime

If you’re stil on the fence about ponying up the $79 a year for Amazon Prime, the company hopes that a new deal with MGM is the kind of motivation you’re looking for. Film fans with Amazon Prime memberships will now be able to enjoy hundreds of classic movies and TV episodes courtesy of a deal between Amazon and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer …

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MGM: 600 Titles Will be Available for Rent on Google Play and YouTube

YouTube announced on Sunday that it is partnering with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM) and will add more than 600 titles for rent to YouTube and Google Play users in the U.S. and Canada. Paramount also joined a week ago and will be contributing approximately 500 titles. According to by 2014, 77% of US Internet users will be watching online video content …

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Netflix Enters Deal with Epix to Stream More New Releases

Netflix has entered a new deal with Epix, through which it will let Netflix users instantly watch new releases and library titles from Epix. The movies will begin streaming on September 1, and include content from Paramount, Lionsgate, and MGM.

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YouTube Reaches Deal With MGM On Films

YouTube is set to announce today that it has reached an agreement with MGM to show full-length television shows and films from the studio.

MGM says it will post old episodes of its "American Gladiators" program to YouTube on one channel.

MGM will also post full-length action films like "Bulletproof Monk" and "The Magnificent Seven" along with clips from popular movies like "Legally Blonde." The content will be free to watch and ad supported.

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Terry Semel Wants New Line Cinema?

We’re fairly certain (and extremely hopeful) that this won’t result in purple costumes and exclamation marks being scattered throughout any movies.  Still, there’s a rumor that former Yahoo CEO Terry Semel might invest in New Line Cinema or MGM.

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