Posted Mon Jun 16, 2014 at 01:00 PM PDT by Steven Cohen
The streaming service is adding several Magnolia Pictures films to its lineup.
Hulu and Magnolia Pictures have announced a deal that will bring several Magnolia movies to the Hulu library. The continued partnership will allow users to watch a new collection of varied content across multiple devices.
The deal includes a wide range of titles like 'Centurion,' 'Tucker & Dale vs. Evil,' 'The Girlfriend Experience,' 'Conan O’Brien Can’t Stop,' 'Freakonomics,' 'A Place at the Table,' 'Food, Inc.', 'Marley,' 'Jiro Dreams of Sushi' and '13 Assassins.' Magnolia Pictures is co-owned by Todd Wagner and Mark Cuban, and is affiliated with the duo's other media properties including the Landmark Theatres chain, 2929 Productions and the high-definition cable networks AXS TV and HDNet Movies.
Streaming access to these Magnolia titles and more should be rolling out now to Hulu and Hulu Plus customers. Hulu Plus is available on a variety of streaming media players and smart TVs for $7.99 per month, including the Amazon Fire TV.
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