Sky Cinema deal with Warner Bros to get blockbuster films first
Missed Wonder Woman in the cinema? A new deal between Sky and Warner Bros means you won’t have to worry about missing the latest blockbusters because they’ll premiere on Sky Cinema sooner than ever before.
If you’re a Sky Cinema customer you’ll be able to enjoy all of Warner Bros top ten grossing films as well as access a library of more than 1,000 titles so you can get your Harry Potter and The Lord of the Rings fix.
The new movies you’ve got to look forward to include Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk, It, Wonder Woman, Aquaman and the upcoming Lego Movie 2.
The second instalment of Fantastic Beasts; ‘The Crimes Of Grindelwald’ will also make an appearance. There will be dedicated channels for Harry Potter, Lord of the Rings, Matrix, Mad Max and DC Comics.
Sound’s great but how do I get Sky Cinema?
There are a whole bunch of ways to get your hands on Sky Cinema. The easiest, most commitment-phobe friendly option, is buying a Sky Cinema Pass through NOW TV.
As Sky’s streaming service you can pick and mix Sky’s premium content without being stuck in a contract. A Sky Cinema Pass with NOW TV is £9.99 a month. If you’re new to NOW TV there is a 14-day trial so you can cram in all your favourite movies in the first two weeks then cancel if you don’t like it.
You could also get the NOW TV Sky Cinema Pass free for one month if you buy a NOW TV Box for £19.99. The Roku-powered device is simple to set up, you just take it out the box, connect it to your broadband and you’re ready to start watching live and on-demand TV.
To get Sky Cinema straight from the source it’s £30 a month over an 18-month contract with Sky. You’ll first have to select the Sky Entertainment TV plan for £20 a month then add the Sky Cinema Pack for £10 a month. Sky Entertainment gives you more than 250 channels to watch with a wide range of genres from comedy and documentaries to reality TV, it’s all covered.
Variety is the spice of life so if you want some Sky Cinema but would prefer a TV package from someone else, BT has the answer. The BT Unlimited Broadband with Starter TV, Sport and Sky Cinema will cost you £37.49 a month. Before you scoff at the price you may want to consider that you’re getting quite a lot for your money.
The deal includes broadband with speeds up to 17Mbps, unlimited weekend calls, more than 80 free-to-view channels, Sky Cinema and free BT Sport for six months. That’s not all. If you sign up before next Wednesday (31 January) there’s also £50 cashback up for grabs.
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