The Transformers movies, which have grossed over $2 billion worldwide, are available on Netflix and Amazon Prime Instant Video, but you can also stream them on Hulu, Hulu Plus and YouTube.
In fact, the movies are available as streaming video on the three services and they are available in 1080p, 120fps and 720p.
In a move that Netflix and YouTube have been working on for years, the streaming services are now offering them in full 1080p on their own channels.
“These are the biggest, most beloved films in the world, and they’re available to the world at the lowest possible price,” Amazon VP of Product David Marcus told BuzzFeed News in a statement.
Netflix’s VP of Content and Creativity John Giannini said the streaming service is now offering the movies in “high definition,” which is why it is available in 480p.
“It’s an interesting opportunity for us,” Gianninis told BuzzFeed.
“We were always trying to do better in our content offerings, and now it feels like the right time to do it, to really focus on the quality.”
The Netflix deal is one of the biggest moves yet by Netflix and Hulu to become a major player in the streaming movie business.
The streaming service, which is owned by Amazon, Hulu and Warner Bros., is one half of the streaming TV company’s $2.5 billion acquisition of a film studio, Paramount Pictures.
That deal includes the acquisition of The Lego Movie studio, which makes some of the most beloved characters from the movies.
Amazon has also recently signed on to produce the first-ever live-action adaptation of the popular movie series Star Wars, which will be made by Disney, Lucasfilm and other partners.
The movies are also available on Amazon Prime Video, and in the future, they will be available on other streaming video platforms, including YouTube, Hulu, Amazon Prime and Vudu.
The Transformers franchise is one the biggest in the movies business, and the movies have become a billion-dollar franchise in the U.S. The films have grosses over $4.3 billion worldwide.
The studios plan to release the films on Blu-ray in 2019 and DVD in 2020.