Twentieth Century Fox will start to sell movies including X-Men: The Last Stand and TV shows like 24 from Web sites owned by parent News Corp. in the company’s first step in the online movie market.
Fox Interactive Media said it will begin to sell movies and shows on the Direct2Drive download site, owned by Fox’s IGN Entertainment, by October. The programs will be available day-and-date with their DVD release. They can be viewed on personal computers as well as Windows portable media devices.
The programs will be made available for purchase from News Corp.’s popular online teen hangout MySpace.com shortly thereafter, Fox Interactive Media president Ross Levinsohn said in an interview.
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Posted on August 14, 2006 in News by Film Threat Staff
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