Primary Menu

Entertainment Roundup

NEW YORK - JUNE 21: A Loews movie theater stands across the street from an AMC theater in Times Square June 21, 2005 in New York City. AMC Entertainment Inc. announced plans to acquire Loews Cineplex Entertainment Corp. to form a combined company called AMC Entertainment Inc. which will have interests in about 450 movie theaters. (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images)

Everyone seems to have a streaming service these days, and AMC is jumping on board. CNN explains that AMC Theatres On Demand will be a digital movie service where Stubs loyalty program members can rent or buy films. “Members will be able to download new films once they’ve completed a run in theaters, and will have access to a library of older films.”

There will be over 2,000 films to choose from, from major studios like Disney and Universal. The price for rentals will be between $3 and $5.99, and to movies will be for sale for $9.99 to $19.99.

AMC adds that there will be on subscription required to use this service.