Sky has secured a deal with Warner Bros. to deliver Sky Movies customers exclusive access to all eight Harry Potter movies from next month.
Sky Movies customers will be able to watch the titles on their Sky+HD box through Sky's On Demand service. All eight movies will also be available to watch on internet-connected devices including iPhone, iPad and Android smartphones through Sky Go and via the Sky Movies monthly pass on Now TV.
All Harry Potter films will be available in HD, with each film shown ad-free and uncut. The last film in the series, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows—Part 2, will additionally be showing on Sky 3D.
Ian Lewis, Director of Sky Movies said: "We're delighted to be extending our partnership with Warner Bros'. to deliver Sky Movies customers exclusive access to the entire Harry Potter collection, which will not be available on any other TV channel or streaming service this Christmas. To make it even better, Sky Movies customers can also enjoy the entire series of films on demand through their Sky+HD box, or watch them while they are on the move via their smartphone or mobile tablet."
Josh Berger CBE, President & Managing Director, Warner Bros. UK, Ireland and Spain added: "The Harry Potter film franchise is a uniquely British success story, one that was conceived and produced here in the UK with a largely British cast and crew and beloved by millions of people around the world."
Last month, Sky signed a deal with Warner Bros. for exclusive first-run access to current titles such as The Dark Knight Rises, Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows, Dark Shadows and Wrath of the Titans, as well as future releases including as Man of Steel, The Hangover Part III and The Great Gatsby.
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