Disney+ will be a big deal. You may not know it now, but with the amount of properties that Disney owns, it will be up there in terms of content with Netflix, Amazon Prime and all the other big mogul’s of the entertainment streaming world. Star Wars, Marvel & their animated movies are probably the most well-known but Disney owns an array of movies as well, which will feature on the service.
Without further ado, here’s everything you need to know about the streaming service launching on November 12th, 2019.
All the details:
Who: Disney+ among other properties they own.
How Much: $7 a month of $70 for a whole year.
New Releases Planned:
– Hawkeye Series
– Falcon & Winter Solider Series
– Scarlett Witch & Vision Series
– Live-action ‘Lady & The Tramp’
– Star Wars: The Mandalorian Series
What it will include in general (Per THR):
Disney+ will come stocked with programming from across the company’s vast library, including at launch 18 Pixar films; 13 animated classics that have previously been locked inside the Disney vault; all Star Wars films; Marvel titles like Black Panther and Captain Marvel; some 250 hours of National Geographic programming; 100 Disney Channel Original Movies; and nine exclusive originals. Additionally, Disney+ will become the exclusive streaming home for the entire 660-episode-plus library of The Simpsons.
Where will it be available:
The service will be an international product serving through North America, Western Europe and parts of Asia in early 2020, with plans to be in additional territories come 2021. They also have plans to collaborate with other streaming services like ESPN (which is a Disney property) and HULU.
This is a move into the future for Disney. They have one of the largest libraries of content in the entertainment business and now it seems they want to put it into good use.
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