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Apple TV+ grows film library with blockbuster hits like Titanic, Gravity

Apple has licensed nearly five dozen major motion pictures for its Apple TV+ streaming service, offering popular titles like Titanic, Gravity, Argo, and Black Hawk Down for a limited time.

The "Great Movies" collection on the Apple TV+ streaming app.

Apple has licensed nearly five dozen major motion pictures for its Apple TV+ streaming service.

The iPhone maker is now offering popular titles from Universal Pictures, Paramount Pictures, Warner Bros Pictures, and other major movie studios as part of a new movie collection that will run for a limited time.

The films include popular titles like Titanic, Gravity, Argo, and Black Hawk Down, with the collection launching about two weeks before the telecast of the 96th Academy Awards on ABC.

The movies are located within the Apple TV+ streaming service under a collection called “Great Movies on Apple TV+.” The company says they are offering the films for a limited time but doesn’t specifically when they will disappear.

A screen capture of the Android TV version of the Apple TV+ app showing the "Great Movies" collection.
Image: Apple / KnowTechie

Which films are available in the “Great Movies” collection on Apple TV+?

The titles available to stream with an Apple TV Plus subscription include:

  • 21 Jump Street
  • 300
  • The Accountant
  • American Sniper
  • Argo
  • Bad Boys
  • Black Hawk Down
  • The Bodyguard
  • Captain Phillips
  • Catch Me if You Can
  • Con Air
  • Draft Day
  • Edge of Tomorrow
  • Failure to Launch
  • Fast Five
  • Fast & Furious 6
  • Ferris Bueller’s Day Off
  • Fight Club
  • Good Burger
  • Gravity
  • Horrible Bosses
  • How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days
  • The Hurt Locker
  • I Am Legend
  • Jurassic World
  • Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom
  • Kill Bill: Volume 1
  • Kill Bill: Volume 2
  • Knocked up
  • Mad Max: Fury Road
  • Mean Girls (2004 film)
  • Men in Black
  • Minority Report
  • Old School
  • The Prestige
  • The Proposal
  • Saving Private Ryan
  • Spider-Man
  • Spider-Man 2
  • Star Trek (2009 film)
  • Star Trek: Beyond
  • Star Trek: Into Darkness
  • Titanic
  • Training Day
  • Troy
  • Two Weeks Notice
  • The Wolf of Wall Street
  • Wyatt Earp
  • Zodiac
  • Zoolander
  • Zombieland

his isn’t the first time Apple has offered a handful of licensed movies for its Apple TV+ service:

As Variety noted, the company previously made a handful of Jennifer Lawrence films available to stream as part of a promotion tie-in for the film Causeway, which debuted on Apple TV+ in 2022.

The company also offered streamers several titles starring Sidney Poitier while promoting the documentary Sidney.

A screen capture of the Android TV version of the Apple TV+ app showing the "Great Movies" collection.
Image: Apple / KnowTechie

How much is Apple TV+?

Apple costs $10 per month or $100 per year. Some customers who purchase a new Apple iPhone, iPad, MacBook, or other eligible device can get two months of Apple TV+ for free.

Apple also routinely offers extended free trials as part of various promotions with online and brick-and-mortar retailers, including Target and Best Buy. But here’s one you can sign up for now:

Apple TV+ Free Trial

Apple TV+ offers a diverse range of original content, from engaging dramas to insightful documentaries.

What We Like:
  • Boasts an impressive line-up of original shows Fewer, but higher quality and critically acclaimed productions.
  • The servsice's interface is intuitive and easy-to-navigate, enhancing your viewing experience.
  • Free Trial: The opportunity to try before you buy. A free trial allows you to explore the service before committing financially.
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The Apple TV+ app is available on all newer-model Apple devices, including Apple TV (3rd generation or newer), Apple iPhone, Apple iPad, Macs and MacBook models.

A version of the Apple TV+ app is also available on streaming TV platforms like Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Android TV (Google TV), Sony PlayStation, Microsoft XBox, Comcast Xfinity set-top boxes and streaming boxes, and TVs made by Samsung, LG, Sony and Vizio.

Those who use Android phones or tablets or who prefer to watch via their PC can stream Apple TV+ content via the Apple TV+ website.

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    Matthew Keys is an award-winning freelance journalist who covers the intersection of media, technology and journalism. He is the publisher of TheDesk.net and a contributor to KnowTechie, StreamTV Insider (formerly Fierce Video) and Digital Content Next. Matthew is based in Northern California.

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