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A Canadian film studio is streaming a bunch of movies for free

A Canadian film studio is helping give folks the experience of a fun night at the movies with all the responsibility of self-isolation during the pandemic.

Toronto-based indie film distributor Mongrel Media is teaming up with Lionsgate to bring LionsgateLIVE to Canada, and they're streaming of a bunch of films for free through Mongrel’s YouTube page.

The film schedule spans four weeks and includes:

April 17 – The Hunger Games
April 24 – Dirty Dancing
May 1 – La La Land
May 8 – John Wick (age registration required)

Each week, the screening will be hosted by Jamie Lee Curtis who "will share her own movie memories as she is joined by special guest celebrities and YouTube personalities."

Screenings will also feature special programming and interactive opportunities for fans, like real-time fan chats, live-tweeting, movie trivia, movie-themed challenges and more.

The screenings will take place every Friday at 6 p.m. PST/9 p.m. EST and are totally free to check out.

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