Netflix has announced that it made a deal with independent film company, FilmDistrict, to stream new movies over the Internet just a few months after they’re released on DVD. Thanks to the deal, major movies that would traditionally have been licensed to premium cable channels will instead be available from FilmDistrict on Netflix from 2011. Some of the first films to be covered under this deal are “Drive”, a juicy crime tale and also “Lockout”, starring Guy Pearce and Maggie Grace. At this rate, will Netflix eventually become more important than the cable channels out there?
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