After a theatrical release in countries around the world including appearances at the Sundance, Berlin, SXSW and Sydney film festivals, Life in a Day is finally coming home to YouTube—in its entirety, for free.
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Warner Bros. Studios is making available the first UV movie today with the release of "Horrible Bosses." On Friday, the studio will release "Green Lantern" for UV. Buyers of those films on DVD or Blu-ray discs will find within the packages a code, which they can use to obtain a cloud version of the movies at Flixster, an Internet video service. Users must also create a Flixster account; but once that's finished, the movies are stored in their own digital locker.
Sony Pictures will begin releasing movies for UV with a December offering of "Smurfs" and "Friends With Benefits." And CNET has learned that Universal Pictures, the studio owned by Comcast, has also agreed to release the title "Cowboys And Aliens" on UV.