Today, Amazon and EPIX announced a multi-year licensing agreement in the U.S., which adds thousands of new releases, classic library titles and original programs to Prime Instant Video.The agreement includes movies from EPIX studio partners, Paramount Pictures, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures, and Lionsgate which will more than double the number of titles available with Prime Instant Video that Amazon introduced with the Kindle Fire last September. Prime Instant Video now stands at over 25,000 movies and TV episodes available to watch with instant, unlimited streaming at no additional cost to Prime members.
The agreement adds new releases like The Avengers, Iron Man 2, The Hunger Games, Transformers Dark of the Moon, Thor and Rango as well as popular favorites such as Kick Ass, Paranormal Activity 2, True Grit, The Lincoln Lawyer, and Justin Bieber Never Say Never. EPIX also brings original programming including comedy specials and concerts such as Kevin Smith: Burn in Hell and Usher: Live from London.
The company continues to offer a free one-month trial of Amazon Prime and membership is $79/year. In addition to the streaming video perks, Prime members enjoy free two-day shipping or $3.99 overnight shipping on millions of items.You can download Amazon Instant Video from the App Store for free.
Source: App Store