Hulu is building up its fledgling collection of art house movies this weekend with a deal to offer Magnolia Pictures' catalog. The team-up lets both regular and Hulu Plus viewers watch a slew of full-length features that might have slipped under the radar, such as Game of Thrones director Neil Marshall's swords-and-sandals flick Centurion. The near future should bring a host of well-known (if not always popular) titles like Jiro Dreams of Sushi, 13 Assassins and Freakonomics. This isn't a huge expansion of Hulu's library, but it may be just the ticket if you're eager to catch up on more than just TV this weekend.
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