During Disney's investor presentation today, Disney+ unveiled their plans for the series, movies, classics and upcoming exclusives that will be available on the streaming service when it launches on November 12.
Disney has officially announced that its Disney+ service will arrive on November 12, 2019 and alongside confirming its launch date and pricing ($6.99/month or $69.99/year), the company also confirmed that it will plan to provide support to numerous devices, which will include game consoles. To make the leap, Disney ended a lucrative licensing relationship with Netflix, which had become the video streaming home for its latest films after their theatrical release, as well as many of its TV series and classic movies.
Disney+ will include content from across the Disney brands, including Walt Disney Animation, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars, and National Geographic.
The series will debut Into the Unknown: Making Frozen 2, a documentary that goes captures the behind-the-scenes process of making the animated film. The series is reportedly set to follow stories of famed bounty hunters, Jango and Boba Fett, in the Star Wars universe.
Disney fans, prepare yourselves for an onslaught of exciting new (and nostalgic) content. Though it will be leaving as all Disney content is removed from that streaming giant. Disney's standalone streaming service Disney+ is set to launch in the back half of 2019 and the studio has finally revealed some details about what you can expect.
Disney announces price and date of new streaming service
Disney is raising the curtain on a hotly anticipated video steaming service that's aiming to topple industry pioneer Netflix, once a valuable ally. The company confirmed that it will include almost every animated feature from Disney alongside a number of the company's other properties, including films from the Marvel, Pixar, and Star Wars canon. Will you be signing up for a subscription on the first day it premieres?
Captain Marvel will be available on the service from Day 1.
Anthony Mackie and Sebastian Stan will team for a series titled Falcon and Winter Soldier. The show will be based on Luna's character, Cassian Andor.
In a January regulatory filing, Disney reported losses of more than US$1 billion for streaming-related investments in Hulu and technology company BAMtech.
"The Simpsons" will head to the service, as well as movies and shows including "The Sound of Music" to "Malcolm in the Middle".
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