Forgetting Sarah Marshall (Unrated), the latest comedy by Nicholas Stoller, is now available from the iTunes Movie Store. The title is available as a rental for $2.99 and can be purchased for $9.99. A preview of the movie is also available on Apple’s website.
The movie’s written description is, “Join the cast of Forgetting Sarah Marshall as they dare to bare all in this Unrated version of the film filled with more laughs, more adventure and way more fun! Peter (Jason Segel) is a struggling musician who finds his world turned upside down when his TV celebrity girlfriend, Sarah Marshall (Kristen Bell), dumps him for a tragically hip rock star. It’s the hysterically funny look at how far one man will go to forget a girl – and all the fun he finds along the way!
“The movie’s copyright is listed as “2008 Universal Studios. All Rights Reserved.”.
If you are not familiar with the iTunes Movie Store, it’s a place to rent or purchase the latest Hollywood movies in high-definition. Whether you’re looking for a romantic comedy, an action-packed drama or a sci-fi thriller, iTunes has what you’re looking for–thousands of movies from every major Hollywood studio. When you buy a movie, you also gain access to special features called iTunes Extras including interviews, trailers, and photos that you can watch in iTunes on your Mac or PC.
Movies that are rented or purchased on the iTunes Movie Store, such as Forgetting Sarah Marshall (Unrated), can be played on either a Mac or PC. They can be streamed to an AppleTV and synced to iPod and iPad devices.
The iTunes Store first launched in 2003 as the iTunes Music Store, initially offering a library containing 200,000 music downloads. Since then, the iTunes Store has begun offering apps, movies, audio books, podcasts, TV shows and e-books. More than 10 billion songs have been sold on iTunes, now accounting for more than 70% of digital music sales worldwide. Apple recently launched iTunes Ping, which allows users to discover new music, follow their friends and keep track of their favorite artists. The iTunes store is also the only place to get apps for iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad.