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Google’s YouTube has finally locked up all the studio deals to get itself fully into the online movie rental game. Movies from majors including Sony, Warner and Universal, as well as smaller entities like Lionsgate, Kino Lorber and other independents may be featured on the store.

YouTube has begun offering a variety of movies and TV episodes available for rental at the store. After experimenting with $5 rentals of Sundance Film Festival movies this January, the site is now offering 48 hour rentals mostly between 99 cents and $3.99. Rental fees are paid through Google Check-out.

Report indicates it could launch as soon as this week with movies from majors including Sony, Warner and Universal, as well as smaller entities like Lionsgate, Kino Lorber and other independents.

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