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Warner Bros. joins Fujisoft's Wii movie streaming service

JC Fletcher, @jcfletcher
July 14, 2009
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When it was first announced, we thought Fujisoft's Minna no Theater Wii was, at best, a proof of concept for a future streaming video service. It had some anime and other popular Japanese TV shows at launch, but we didn't think the lineup for this third-party WiiWare download would widen much. We were wrong!

Following the announcement of Paramount content through Cinemanow, Warner Bros. will add movies from its catalog to Minna no Theater, starting with a set of 54 movies tomorrow! One of the titles being added, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, is being released on the WiiWare service on the same day that the DVD and Blu-Ray versions come out.

[Via Andriasang]





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