Earlier this week, Sony announced a new plan to sell mobile phone owners theatrical films on memory sticks. Calling it “Movies on Memory Cards” (or MMC), Sony hopes to take advantage of an increasing number of phones (notably new Nokia models) that allow users to swap in memory cards.
“Monty Python and the Holy Grail and Spider-Man 2, are already available, and now Sony plans to release Hitch, Ghostbusters, Charlies Angels: Full Throttle and Stuart Little.”
These cards are currently only available in the UK, though should a person elsewhere have one of these “series 60” type phones, there’s no reason why the card shouldn’t work for them. The cards retail for just under 20 pounds at Carphone Warehouse stores.
I haven’t seen Hitch, but I hear the
LA Engine 23 New York Ladder 8 firehall is featured in it, so I included it in the above image.
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