PS3 users can get access to movies including "The Avengers" and "Skyfall." A separate app will launch for the PlayStation Vita in the coming weeks.
"Mission: Impossible -- Ghost Protocol" and "The Hunger Games" will be among the films available on the PlayStation 3 and, this spring, the PlayStation Vita.
Epix, the pay TV service owned by Viacom, Lionsgate and MGM, has licensed movies such as the "Avengers" and "Ironman" for Amazon's Prime Instant Video service.
The Cupertino company is in talks to bring films from Epix to its forthcoming TV set, according to rumours.
From Amazon to Yupp TV, here's a running tally of the apps and streaming services available on the two new next-generation video game consoles.
Sony has announced the slate of entertainment apps that will be available on the PlayStation 4 at launch.
It's a major move for Netflix, and undoubtedly a nice cash infusion for Epix, which has struggled to get carriage deals from traditional cable operators.
The new TV-gadget landscape is just getting started. The Xbox One is just the beginning...and Apple is far from out of the game.
As of May 1, movies like the James Bond hit "Goldfinger" and Woody Allen's "Stardust Memories" will not be available for streaming. But, 500 new titles, like "Mission: Impossible II," will be added.
Talk of an Apple TV set dates back to 2009, but recent months have provided an avalanche of rumors. CNET has gathered them all in one convenient location for you.