Katherine Levy
Mar 9, 2011

Warner Bros adds movie service to Facebook

GLOBAL - Warner Bros has become the first major studio to launch an online film rental service on Facebook, enabling users to watch a film within the social network site for US$3 or 30 Facebook credits.

'The Dark Knight' will be the first movie available for rent on Facebook.

Starting today, consumers will be able to rent a film from Warner Bros. Entertainment’s Facebook movie pages, courtesy of Warner Bros Digital Distribution WBDD.

The service is currently only available in the United States and Warner Bros has not yet scheduled a global roll out.

Users on Warner Bros Entertainment’s Facebook movie pages will need to click on the 'rent' icon by the film they wish to watch and either pay...

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