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Popcornflix, the free ad-supported, full-length feature streaming movie service, announced today that the company's popular channel on Roku® streaming platform has been added by users more than two million times on the pioneering Internet streaming service. Roku recently announced that it has sold more than five million of its streaming players in the US.Roku offers hundreds of entertainment channels, including Popcornflix, which provides users free access to more than 750 full-length feature films and independent titles in a wide range of genres, including action/thriller, comedy, family/kids, drama, horror, Bollywood, documentaries and much more. Popcornflix films feature sought-after actors such as Brad Pitt, Ryan Reynolds,Kristen Stewart, Angelina Jolie and Hayden Panettiere.
"Two million users adding Popcornflix is a serious milestone," said Gary Delfiner, President of Digital Distribution for Screen Media Ventures, parent company of Popcornflix. "Roku is doing an awesome job, and we are so happy to continue to be a part of the platform."
The Popcornflix Roku channel on Roku was developed by Float Left Interactive. Popcornflix is an ad-supported service that does not charge viewers for access to its films on Roku. Popcornflix recently launched FrightPIX™ on Roku as well. Frightpix focuses exclusively on horror films.Popcornflix is owned and managed by Screen Media Ventures, LLC, which is a leading worldwide independent motion picture distribution company.