Catch first-run theatrical releases like Ryan Reynold’s new film Free Guy in VR on Oculus Quest headsets.
Facebook this week announced the arrival of Vudu from Fandango on Oculus Quest headsets, allowing you to enjoy over 200,000 films and television shows from the comfort of your own VR screening room.The on-demand video store and streaming service features a wide range of content available 100% free-of-charge, as well as paid premium content available in stunning 4K UHD.
In addition to purchasing content, you can also rent. This includes first-run theatrical releases such as Free Guy, the latest action-adventure film from internet darling Ryan Reynolds, as well as Disney’s Jungle Cruise,Marvel Studios’ Black Widow,F9: The Fast Saga, and The Addams Family 2 just to name a few. The app even features support for over 100 3D films; a perfect fit for VR.
Such titles include Ready Player One, Mad Max: Fury Road, Venom, Jurassic World, The Boss Baby: Family Business, and Guardians of the Galaxy. Any purchase or rental you make on the mobile, desktop, or smart TV apps will appear in your headset immediately, promising a seamless video streaming experience.
The Vudu app joins a variety of video streaming apps already available on the Oculus Quest platform, including—but not limited to —Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, and YouTube. That said, Fandango sets its platform apart from the pack with its wide range of first-run theatrical releases.
The company has licensing contracts with nearly every major studio as well as dozens of smaller production companies, hosting everything from major motion pictures,documentaries, andindependent films torecorded musical performances, anime, and children’s programming.
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