Branches out to all major studios.

Internet video-on-demand service Movielink is now offering films from all of the major studios. The company has signed a new distribution agreement with Twentieth Century Fox, bringing its total library to about 1,200 films. The first Fox titles are expected to include "Hide and Seek" and "Robots."

Movielink was formed in 2002 as a joint venture between MGM, Paramount, Sony, Universal and Warner.

The company sells close to 100,000 downloads per month.