Film titles available to include Black Swan, X-Men: First Class and Never Let Me Go;TV titles include 24, Prison Break, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Angel.
SVOD and VOD service LoveFilm has closed a multi-year content deal with Twentieth Century Fox Television Distribution for second-window pay TV streaming rights in the UK to recent and forthcoming movies and TV series.
The film deal commences with titles theatrically released in the UK in 2011, which will likely be available to subscribers to the LoveFilm service from March 2013.
Titles will include Black Swan, Never Let Me Go and X-Men: First Class, with the precise list of titles announced later this year.
TV titles available from July 2012 include 24, Prison Break, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Angel and Sons of Anarchy.
Members will be able to watch the titles on-demand on the PC, Mac or via Sony Playstation 3, Microsoft Xbox 360, Apple iPad, internet-connected TV sets and Blu-ray players.
In the past 12 months LoveFilm has closed deals with Warner Bros’, Sony Pictures, NBC Universal, Entertainment One, StudioCanal, Disney, ABC, BBC and ITV.
Jim Buckle, MD of LoveFilm said: “Twentieth Century Fox is one of the world’s leading studios, known across the globe for creating fantastic, iconic content. This partnership will give LoveFilm members access to the studio’s huge range of recent movies and the opportunity to revisit some of the best American TV series produced in recent years.”
Gina Brogi, evp of worldwide pay television and subscription video on demand for Twentieth Century Fox Television Distribution added: “We are delighted to be partnered with LoveFilm on this new window for Fox films in the UK. This film and series agreement enables us to give UK fans yet another avenue to enjoy the great stories and characters they have come to know and love from our studio.”