In this current age of streaming video there is just about anything you can watch on the internet ranging from TV Shows on BBC iplayer to Films on Hulu but one service that seems to want to jump on that now is Youtube. Youtube is among the most visited sites daily on the the internet and major film studios are thinking of using that to their advantage by putting feature films on the site, the only downside to the whole of this bit of news is inclusion of adverts but its a small price to pay really if you can watch a full feature length movie. The form of advertising hasn't been fully confirmed yet but reports suggest that it will be down to the studios what sort of advertising they go with to help fund this service.
At the present time of writing this article Google haven't mentioned if and when this could roll out but one studio executive mentioned to CNET that it's very close to going through. "It's not imminent, But it's going to happen I would say you can expect to see it, if all goes well, sometime within the next 30 to 90 days".
One studio that is already part of the Youtube family is Lionsgate who have been offering users of the site access to short film clips of upcoming movies. Whatever happens its a sign now that Youtube is now a bit more then just an upload and watch site, its a fully fledged entertainment site.