When the next big movie comes out, it’s going to be an interesting time to watch
Bleacher Head, which is owned by AOL, said its new film-streaming service will be “the next big thing for media consumption.””AOL’s CinemaNOW will offer a cinematic experience that is unique to the entertainment business,” the site said.
“As an AOL Plus subscriber, you’ll be able to watch and discover the films, TV shows, and movies of your choice in a whole new way.”
The CinemaNOW service is slated to launch in the fall of 2019, with subscribers getting access to an array of films and TV shows.
It will also include a “premium” tier that will include “more films, documentaries, and more,” according to AOL.
The service also will include the ability to watch movies in their original aspect ratio (18:9) and will allow users to add their own titles to the queue, according to a trailer.
The CinemaNow service will allow subscribers to access films in their native aspect ratio, which allows users to watch a wider variety of movies than a traditional TV or movie theater.
It’s also the first service that will allow you to watch films in your local language.
According to the site, CinemaNOW subscribers will be able access the service for free.
It said the service will also offer a “movie-by-movie” experience where subscribers will have access to more than 50 titles.
The company also promised that the service “will provide a cinematic, new way to discover movies and TV programs.”
“We will provide the world with the best content for its digital audience,” the company said.