Amazon Prime and Paramount have struck new chemistry in India.

11 . Apr . 2017
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The next big news from Amazon Prime Video which was recently launched in India is that Amazon and Paramount are now coming together. The duo will now offer subscription streaming of new releases and popular films by the the US-based studios in India.

Rights of the company to stream will include films like the very recent “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows”, “Star Trek Beyond”, and “10 Cloverfield Lane” apart from other coveted ones.

Not just that, the Paramount Library will enable the subscribers of Prime Video to access fan-favourite films and cult-classics “Transformers”, “Indiana Jones”, “Mission: Impossible”, “Madagascar”, “Shrek” and “Kung Fu Panda”.

“Our goal is to provide our customers with the best movies – be it local or international. We are excited to work with Paramount to bring their future slate of films to our Prime Video customers along with some of the most popular movies in film history.” Nitesh Kripalani, director and country head, Amazon Prime Video India, said.

While Jonathan Greenberg, SVP regional sales Asia Pacific, Paramount TV licensing and distribution said, “Our goal is to deliver our content to viewers how and when they want it and Amazon Prime Video offers an exceptional platform for fans to enjoy new and favourite films on demand.”