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Yeah! is going mobile, with AMC Networks set to launch an iPad version of the online movie rental service.

AMC introduced Yeah! in March as an alternative way to rent movies. Titles on the site are older films that are enhanced with interactive elements like polls, links to IMDb and exclusive interviews with the films’ directors and stars on the making of the movies offered up as it plays. There are typically 400 to 500 curated elements of information per pic.

Current enhanced titles include “Pulp Fiction,” “The Shining, No Country for Old Men,” “Dirty Dancing,” “A Nightmare on Elm Street,” “Blair Witch Project,” “Caddyshack,” “Superman: The Movie,” “Scream,” “Apocalypse Now Redux,” “The Expendables,” “Kick-Ass,” “Reservoir Dogs,” “Kill Bill 1 & 2,” “The Terminator,” “Clerks,” “Child’s Play,” “This is Spinal Tap,” “Jackie Brown” and “The Road Warrior,” with films staying on the service from one to two years.

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