Numerous full-length Hollywood films are now available to view at YouTube and James Bond is included among the first set of titles.
According to the BBC News, a new deal struck between the popular video website YouTube and Sony Pictures has seen the addition of several popular films to the site, including the 1967 James Bond spoof Casino Royale.
Deals have also been struck with the likes of MGM, Lions Gate, Discovery Communications and National Geographic.
‘We look forward to expanding to other regions as soon as possible,’ wrote Shiva Rajamaran on the company’s blog. The service is currently limited to the US as rights issues mean that international availability are decided by TV and film companies, rather than YouTube, on a case-by-case basis.
For a direct link to watch Casino Royale online, click here.
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