So as I was catching up on my neglected Reddit newsfeed I came across an interesting thread from r/MoviesAnywhere about AT&T/DirecTV currently testing Movies Anywhere integration. (Reddit thread here) Apparently the Twitter account that shared this info is "Zu Nim" and according to some of the posters on the Reddit thread says the Twitter user is reliable and on the technical side of things while another says the Twitter account is reliable when it comes to Movies Anywhere. As far as I'm aware U-Verse TV just has the option to "Rent" but not "Purchase", AT&T TV/TV Now doesn't have its own PPV or ways to buy/rent movies from AT&T. Only DirecTV via DirecTV Cinema has both the "Rent" and the "Purchase" options. If DirecTV does add Movies Anywhere support this means any titles "purchased" through DirecTV from Sony Pictures, Universal Pictures, Warner Bros., and Walt Disney Studios (and all their subsidaries) will be stored in the Movies Anywhere digital locker and added to any other linked retailers (like Apple iTunes, Amazon Prime Video, Vudu, Fandango Now, YouTube/Google Play Movies & TV) at no additional cost. This would be beneficial to anyone who purchases movies from these studios via DirecTV and then cancels their DirecTV service at a later date as they would be able to keep those films. Currently anything "purchased" from DirecTV Cinema is only valid as long as you remain a DirecTV subscriber. Cancelling your DirecTV service will void the license as per the Terms and Conditions. I think it is a good move for AT&T to add DirecTV as a participating retailer considering AT&T's Warner Bros. is a participating studio. So take this with a grain of salt for now but interesting development.