Summer 2020 will be forever memorable for 2 things, the outbreak of Coronavirus and boost of consumption on OTT and other internet platforms. Movies, documentaries, web shows, TV shows, and the list can go on, with various OTT platforms releasing newer content with each passing day during this lockdown period. Not leaving far behind is the most loved and most viewed video platform, YouTube as well. This very video platform will be streaming 4 big movies for free, in the upcoming days. Thus, making your Friday nights happening and entertaining.
As per reports in Variety.com, Lionsgate will stream movies such as The Hunger Games, La La Land, John Wick and Dirty Dancing for zero charges on the YT platform for four upcoming Fridays for free. Packaged as, Lionsgate Live! A Night at the Movies, it will kickstart with The Hunger Games on immediate Friday at 6 p.m. Making it extra special is Jamie Lee Curtis hosting this movie nights, where she will share her memories connected to this movie followed by other celebs joining her.
Following streaming of The Hunger Games, viewers will get to watch Dirty Dancing on April 24, with La La Land on May 1 and John Wick on May 8. Also, take note of this as viewers willing to watch John Wick should be required to undergo the age registration process.
The initial donation will go to Will Rogers Motion Picture Pioneers Foundation working towards the workers struggling due to Coronavirus lockdown. ALSO READ: OSCAR 2017: Why La La Land Deserved To Win The Best Film Award...
Also, it is reported of this whole initiative of Lionsgate being supported by Fandango, National Association of Theatre Owners, AMC Theatres, Regal and Cinemark Theatres. ALSO READ: Joker, Four More Shots Please 2, Shubh Mangal Zyaada Savdhaan- 10 Shows And Movies On Netflix, Disney+ Hotstar, YouTube, Amazon Prime Video You Can JUST BINGE
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