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Virgin hits 3D screens with fresh range of flicks

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It's all very well having a 3D TV and a service to match, but content can be hard to come by. Virgin Media is addressing this, with today's revelation of a new 3D movie line-up available at no extra cost.

The company has inked deals with Paramount Pictures and Walt Disney, to supply 3D films for its Virgin Media 3D On Demand service. Content such as Jackass 3D and Tron: Legacy will appear regularly from this month.

Customers can access them without the need for additional fees too, as long as they have a V HD/V+ HD box or Virgin Media powered by TiVo service.

Oh and a 3D telly is rather essential as well. ®

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