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Sky Movies subscribers can look forward to a string of major film premieres over the coming festive season.

Disney’s musical phenomenon 'Frozen' is ready to land on the subscription channel pack, along with 'The Lego Movie' and 'Muppets Most Wanted'.

Sky Movies subscribers will also be able to watch 'Toy Story That Time Forgot' - a brand new TV special featuring all the characters from the much-loved film franchise.

And there's two major Hollywood blockbuster set to debut on pay-TV this Christmas: 'Captain America: The Winter Soldier' and 'Noah'.

In addition to the latest premieres, subscribers will be able to enjoy a host of classic festive films as Sky Movies Christmas returns from Friday November 7th.

Meanwhile, over on Sky Movies Greats, there will be a host of other snowy-set movies to get through.

These include 'Snow Day', 'Groundhog Day', '101 Dalmatians', 'Die Hard 2', 'The Day After Tomorrow', 'March Of The Penguins' and 'Cold Mountain'.

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Each of the films will be available in real-time, according to the TV schedule, and on-demand from Tuesday December 2nd.

Ian Lewis, Director of Sky Movies, said the firm is committed to offering customers "the very best entertainment" - and flexibility over when and how they enjoy it - all year round.

"We know family time is especially precious at Christmas and with UK TV premieres of 'Frozen', 'The Lego Movie' and 'Toy Story That Time Forgot' on the service, we hope customers will enjoy discovering the latest and greatest movies together, as well as revisiting festive classics on Sky Movies Christmas," he stated.

But what if you want to enjoy the Sky Movies highlights during November and December without signing up for the channel pack long-term?

NOW TV continues to offer a free 30-day trial for Sky Movies, giving consumers the opportunity to sample the service for a month at no charge.

At the end of the introductory offer period, customers can choose to cancel or pay £9.99 for a Sky Movies Month Pass.

This provides unlimited access to film content via the online streaming service, providing consumers have a broadband connection.

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