Hancock Streams Early To Sony Bravia TVs

Posted: Oct 14 2008, 11:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 11:02am CDT, in News | Home Entertainment

 
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Sony today announced that for a limited period, BRAVIA Internet Video Link owners will have the opportunity to watch the Sony Pictures summer hit, Hancock, prior to retail DVD and Blu-ray Disc availability.
The movie Hancock, which can be rented for $9.99, will stream directly to BRAVIA televisions equipped with Sony’s BRAVIA Internet Video Link for a 24-hour viewing period.
This offer will be available to BRAVIA Internet Video Link owners beginning on October 28th and running through November 10th. As a bonus to those who purchase the rental stream and who register online, a free Blu-ray copy of Hancock will be mailed to consumers after the Hancock Blu-ray street date, November 25th. This combo package is valued at nearly $70 ($29.99 for the stream and $39.95 for the Blu-ray Disc).
Via this Sony announcement.

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