Dunkirk, American Made and Annabelle: Creation among the New Blockbusters Available on Rakuten TV this December
Rakuten TV Unveils Their Star Studded December Slate
Rakuten TV are excited to announce the new 2017 releases that will be available on their Video on Demand platform from December.
Rakuten TVs Christmas slate offers the latest box office hits, from horror to comedy for all the family to enjoy. Viewers will be spoilt for choice with titles such as Warner Brothers sensation Dunkirk, the haunting Annabelle: Creation, The Emoji Movie starring the voices James Corden and Anna Faris and Girls Trip serving up a critically acclaimed cinematic dish. Rakuten TV users will be able to witness Tom Cruise’s ‘terrific’ (USA Today) performance as an airline pilot for the first time since Top Gun in American Made.
This is just the beginning of the action offerings, which include The Hitman's Bodyguard, 7.6 IMDb rated Detroit and The Dark Tower. Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie, dubbed by The Guardian as ‘an unexpected delight for all ages (4 stars) adds some light hearted humour to proceedings.
All of these titles will be available through Rakuten TV on Smart TVs, tablets, PCs and consoles in the best audiovisual quality. Their endeavours to always provide films in the highest quality makes Rakuten TV ‘Your Cinema At Home’.
Rakuten TV – “Your cinema at home” - is one of the leading Video-On-Demand platforms in Europe providing the latest movie releases with the latest technology in a true cinematic experience available on Smart TVs.
Rakuten TV is currently distributed in 12 countries and it is part of the Internet and e-commerce Japanese giant Rakuten, now sponsor of FC Barcelona and The Golden State Warriors.
Rakuten TV Affiliate Scheme
Rakuten TV is offering their affiliates an income that is significantly greater than both Amazon and iTunes. Simply post a link directing readers to Rakuten TV in your article, and when customers purchase a movie following this link, you will receive 20% of the price. For example, if you sell a movie for £5.99, you get a significant £1.20 share of that.
Any mainstream digital download or DVD is likely to be on Rakuten TV. The platform would therefore sit comfortably amongst the affiliate links that encourage people to buy or rent at the end of a film review.
Rates are as follows:
- Movies: 20%
- Episodes: 0.20 GBP
- Bundles: 8%
- Chromecast devices: 8%
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