YouTube to play full-length movies legally
Video-sharing web site YouTube has announced a new feature that will allow users to legally watch full-length movies.
The Google-owned site struck a deal with MGM studios over the weekend to stream its movies free of charge, but not free of ads, reports Hollywood.com.
The initial full-length titles over the site will include movies like 'Bulletproof Monk' and 'The Magnificent Seven' with clips of the film 'Legally Blonde'.
Some of MGMs TV shows, beginning with the original 'American Gladiators', will be streamed as well.
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Date 04-12-13, Duration 0:53, Views 151