If you’re a fan of films such as Clerks, Bridget Jones’s Diary, Serendipity just to name a few, it looks like Miramax (the distributing company for said films) is trying to land a deal with Google that will not only cover Google’s services such as YouTube and Google TV, but possibly creating an Android application as well.
The film company has in the past attempted to court Google’s services such as YouTube and Google TV, but has now decided to expand into Android as well with an app of their own and even an Android Market store. The company has recently announced their Facebook application, which offers about twenty of their titles for rent which can be watched from the iPad as well.
It is unknown if Miramax will offer a similar experience with their Android plans or if it will be a different experience all together. Either way, I’ll have to admit that I’m excited about the possibility of streaming movies such as Pulp Fiction off YouTube (legally of course) and possibly even Android as well.
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