Paramount Digital Entertainment has announced that it will be launching 10 new movies exclusively for Windows Phone 7. Built using Silverlight, the apps not only let users watch the purchased movie, but it gives them the complete “DVD” experience with menus, bonus features, and social networking capabilities.
Available from the Windows Phone Marketplace starting today are the hit movies: Mean Girls and School of Rock. And starting next week, a new movie will launch every week. The other movies include: True Grit, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, Waiting for “Superman”, The Last Airbender, Zoolander, GI Joe: The Rise of Cobra, Beowulf, and The Italian Job. Sounds like a decent mix of movies for everybody to enjoy. No word on pricing, but you can head to the market to find out. Hit the break to find out what you can do with the enhanced movie app features.
Enhanced Movie App Features:
Clip Sharing: Users can create custom clips of favorite scenes and share with friends on Facebook, Twitter and email.
Scene It? In-Feature Trivia Game: Test your movie knowledge with the Scene It trivia game and share results with friends on social networks.
Movie Info: Access actor bios, music, historical information and even maps to film locations with this app feature.
Chapter Selection & Bookmarking: Allows viewers to jump to favorite chapters in a movie or bookmark select scenes and easily return to view them again and again.
Search: Use keyword search to find items, products or people in the film. Results are shown with a description and link to the scene.
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