Apple reportedly in talks to stream movie rentals shortly after theater debuts
As more people find creature comforts in watching movies from home with services like Netflix and Hulu, movie studios could soon skip the wait and release new flicks to streaming shortly after they hit theaters — for a price.
Distributors like Apple and Comcast — in conjunction with studios like Warner Bros. and the Comcast-owned Universal Pictures — are reportedly in talks with movie theaters to negotiate releasing brand-new films just weeks after their theatrical debut, according to Bloomberg.
Apple in particular has been keen to get movies added to its iTunes library as close to their release in theaters as possible, according to a report from December …
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