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Movie Frenzy is on again so you can watch the latest blockbusters for as little as $3

It’s Movie Frenzy time again and you can rent or buy some of the biggest recent movie releases for as little as $3 and $10 respectively.

Movie Frenzy 9.0 runs until February 16 and includes the biggest blockbusters from 2022 including Top Gun: Maverick, Elvis, Bullet Train, Ticket to Paradise and Super-Pets.

So get the popcorn ready for a movie marathon or a rewatch of a recent favourite.

And you can either rent the movies for as low as $3 each or pay $10 during this limited period and have these blockbusters in your digital library to enjoy whenever you want.

Movie Frenzy pricing can be accessed by Apple TV, iTunes Store, Fetch, Foxtel Store, Google TV, Google Play, Microsoft, Prime Video, Telstra Box Office and YouTube.

There are plenty of choices for fans of all movie genres including Top Gun: Maverick, Bullet Train, Ticket to Paradise, Elvis, and DC League of Super-Pets.

Tom Cruise gets back in the cockpit in Top Gun: Maverick as he trains a group of elite pilots to prepare for near-impossible mission.

Bullet Train is a claustrophobic action movie about an unlucky assassin determined to complete his latest mission aboard the world’s fastest train.

Julia Roberts and George Clooney star in romantic comedy Ticket to Paradise (filmed entirely in Australia) as the parents who try and stop their daughter from marrying a seaweed farmer.

Biopic Elvis brings the life of rock and roll legend Elvis Presley to the screen and follows his journey as he becomes a showbiz icon.

The kids will love to catch up with the animated kids’ movie, DC League of Super-Pets that follows Super dog Krypto and a group of shelter pets with superpowers voiced by Dwayne Johnson and Kevin Hart as they try to rescue Superman and his squad.

Here are some of the recent release movies on offer, with hundreds of more movies available:

Movie Frenzy runs until February 16. Title availability and pricing may vary per platform.