Crucially, those movies will be available on the same day as their DVD counterparts. All content will be commercial-free, although your range of choice will be a bit limited at first: so far only Fox and Disney (ABC) are signed up for the ride. Competitive pricing like this is going to be hugely important for AppleTV if it's ever going to grow beyond the niche it's been stuck in since its previous release.
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