Sky has snagged a new deal with Warner Bros that will see its films hit Sky Movies and Now TV well before they reach other on-demand services.
The UK's new on-demand television platform YouView has received a timely influx of new movies thanks to the arrival of new Sky's Now TV service.
James Bond is getting his own channel on Sky, with all 22 Bond films to be shown in HD from October.
The Competition Commission has ruled that Sky doesn't have an unfair stranglehold over movies broadcast on pay-TV in the UK.
BSkyB will not be subjected to competition regulation over the dominance of its Sky Movies platform, reports have claimed.
Sky has announced that it has grabbed the rights to show the entire collection of James Bond movies in HD.
Sky has announced that its Sky Go mobile service has swelled to include streaming films on demand for movies subscribers.
ExclusiveSky Movies chief Ian Lewis has told TechRadar that, despite Avatar already bringing 3D's defining moment, it will be 2D to 3D conversions that lift the technology to mass market appeal.