Folks living in the US and Canada, surely you are familiar with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer’s (MGM) roaring lion right before a movie from the studio begins. In fact, this particular clip has already garnered more than a million views on YouTube alone. MGM has delivered its fair share of memorable films for nearly 9 decades, and today, US and Canada residents will be able to access over 600 titles for rent on YouTube and Google Play. This would mean MGM has remained up to date with the times, joining 5 out of 6 major studios as well as more than 10 independent movie studios who offer movies for rent on YouTube and Google Play at point of publishing.
Additional MGM titles will also come your way in the weeks ahead, so keep a close tab on YouTube and Google Play. After all, with the economy being what it is, it would be better to just stay at home and rent a movie instead of heading out and forking more money for parking, concessions, movie tickets, as well as getting stuck in a traffic gridlock.
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