FilmStruck Adding Warner Bros. Classics to Movie Library

Turner’s streaming service FilmStruck is partnering with Warner Bros. Digital Networks to expand its robust film library by adding timeless classic films from the Golden Age of Hollywood to its critically-acclaimed slate of art house, indie, foreign and cult films. Beginning today, FilmStruck subscribers in the U.S. will now get hundreds of new movies as well as exclusive streaming access to films from the Warner Bros. classic film library at no additional cost, including:

  • Exclusive streaming access to critically-acclaimed Hollywood classics such as Casablanca, Rebel Without a Cause, Singin’ In the Rain, Citizen Kane, The Music Man, Bringing Up Baby, The Thin Man, Cat People, A Night At The Opera, An American In Paris and Who’s Afraid Of Virginia Woolf?
  • TCM Select, a new featured collection offering the most iconic films from the Golden Age of Hollywood, supplemented with introductions from TCM host Ben Mankiewicz created exclusively for FilmStruck, rare archival content and bonus materials
  • New curated themes around classic Hollywood such as Rogers & Astaire: The Complete Collection, Neo-Noir, and a Star of the Week theme featuring Bette Davis, Hepburn & Tracy and Ava Gardner, among others.

“At Turner, we’re dedicated to bringing fans optimal viewing experiences at every touch point, and we’re very proud of the premium movie service we’ve built as an additive entertainment option among our portfolio of popular TV networks,” said Coleman Breland, president of Turner Classic Movies, FilmStruck and Turner Content Experiences. “There is tremendous value in partnering with Warner Bros., who owns the most iconic classic film library in the world, as the next natural step in FilmStruck’s evolution as we continue to build momentum in the streaming marketplace.”

“We are very excited to partner with FilmStruck and bring Warner Bros.’ classic movie library to the world’s premiere film service,” said Craig Hunegs, President, Warner Bros. Digital Networks and President, Business and Strategy, Warner Bros. Television Group. “This continues Warner Bros. rapid expansion to bring the best content directly to the fans in a compelling and affordable way.”

Working alongside Turner, Warner Bros. Digital Networks will bring its experience in growing digital businesses across its expanding portfolio to this partnership. Effective immediately, Warner Archive will sunset its digital streaming service, with current subscribers being transitioned to a FilmStruck subscription, providing them with instant access to additional films available to stream anywhere, anytime.

FilmStruck will continue to offer U.S. based subscribers the largest streaming library of contemporary and classic arthouse, indie, foreign and cult films, including exclusive streaming access to the critically acclaimed Criterion Collection, offering movie lovers access to films from all decades and all genres. FilmStruck also provides extensive bonus content, filmmaker interviews and rare footage, making it a must-have streaming service for serious film fans. FilmStruck’s impressive library features films from such celebrated indie studios as Janus Films, Flicker Alley, Icarus Films, Kino, Milestone, Zeitgeist, Film Movement, Global Lens, First Run Features, Oscilloscope Laboratories and Shout Factory, along with movies from Hollywood’s major movie studios, including Lionsgate, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM), Paramount, Sony, Universal and Warner Bros.

FilmStruck is available to stream on Roku, Google Chromecast, Apple TV 4th generation devices, Amazon Fire TV, web, iOS and Android devices. FilmStruck can be accessed via the Apple App store, as well as online and via Google Play for Android users.


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