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Old 06-22-2019, 10:41 PM   #1
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Default Shout factory,rooster teeth and Movies anywhere

I wonder if either of them -shout factory or rooster teeth will join Movies anywhere after ultraviolet shuts down? While the deals are closed door before you see it online you'll have a larger library and then see the news that more studios have joined Movies anywhere!
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I wonder if either of them -shout factory or rooster teeth will join Movies anywhere after ultraviolet shuts down? While the deals are closed door before you see it online you'll have a larger library and then see the news that more studios have joined Movies anywhere!
In the past Movies Anywhere has turned down smaller studios (like STX). I understand the MA business model requires a representative from each studio join them.

Shout Factory does not produce much original content and most licenses titles from other studios. Many of the Shout Factory releases are available in digital and through Movies Anywhere.
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Old 06-23-2019, 06:43 PM   #3
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Rwby,red vs ble several anime movies are not even available in movies anywhere which is why I'm hoping that everyone can get in soon as ultraviolet is gone
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Apparently 🐓 teeth is part of warner media so their stuff should be movies anywhere with the warner stuff not needing to be a separate studio joining the ma portfolio!
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Apparently 🐓 teeth is part of warner media so their stuff should be movies anywhere with the warner stuff not needing to be a separate studio joining the ma portfolio!
There may be additional issues at play - not all titles by participating studios are MA enabled. There are quite a few actually and no one knows why for sure but could be a licensing issue.
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Yup, definitely there are other issues too. I see some of the newer version of Bob the Builder titles were distributed by Universal, but they're not MA.
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Yup, definitely there are other issues too. I see some of the newer version of Bob the Builder titles were distributed by Universal, but they're not MA.
Wasn't Bob The Builder ....a TV show? It wouldn't qualify for MA then.
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Wasn't Bob The Builder ....a TV show? It wouldn't qualify for MA then.
I was talking about these movies (they are UV, btw):


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