Amazon is the chosen one when it comes to streaming many popular Warner Bros. movies like The Matrix.
The company announced a new deal on Wednesday with the studio that makes its Prime Video streaming service the exclusive home for a total of 33 movies.
This means that Prime Video is the only place viewers can now stream movies like Space Jam, The Wedding Singer, Twister, Ocean's Eleven, The American President, Barcelona, Good Night and Good Luck, Grumpier Old Men, JFK, See Spot Run and Storytelling.
The exclusive Warner Bros. movies deal will continue through the end of this year, with new titles from the studio being released over the next few months, like The Matrix, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Final Destination.
The complete list of movies coming soon under this deal include: Any Given Sunday, Austin Powers: the Spy Who Shagged Me, Caddyshack, The Candidate, The Devil's Advocate, Dreamcatcher, Final Destination, Full Metal Jacket, interview With the Vampire, Lethal Weapon, Lethal Weapon 2, Lethal Weapon 3, Lethal Weapon 4, The Matrix, The Matrix Reloaded, The Matrix Revolutions, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 3, Training Day and You've Got Mail.
It appears that 'tis the season for the major streaming platforms to start landing deals to help them beef up their content. Netflix has been on a roll with announcing new deals, such as gaining the exclusive rights for series on The CW so that fans of shows like Supergirl and The Flash can start streaming the entire season just eight days after its finales air. Netflix also announced a deal with Disney to exclusively bring some of its titles, along with Lucasfilm and Marvel movies, to its platform this fall.
These deals will help increase the amount of movies available on the platform, which is something that has seen a cut after its deal with Epix ended last fall.
However, Netflix isn't the only platform building up its library. Amazon has other exclusives up its sleeve, such its partnership with PBS to be the streaming home for kids' shows. While some titles will remain on Netflix and Hulu, Prime Video now has the largest PBS Kids content out of the three services.
Prime Video is available as a standalone streaming service for $8.99 per month, or comes included in the annual $99 membership to Amazon Prime. Subscribers can check out the full list of what's new to stream for the month of July here.