It seems that everyone has a streaming service these days, so it's no surprise that Disney is putting forth its own streaming service later this year. Disney's streaming service is called Disney +It will be launched on November 12 with applications for PCs, mobile devices and video game consoles, including Nintendo Switch, PS4 and Xbox One. Disney + will cost $ 6.99 a month or $ 69.99 for a year (basically give two free months to consumers if they choose this option), and some may wonder if the asking price will be worth it .
Disney has not yet settled all Disney + details or what they will all be available from the first day. Nevertheless, we know that the streaming program will contain quite a few programs. Needless to say, anyone who is a fan of Star wars or Marvel may want to consider signing up for the service, but there is also plenty of content for people with other tastes.
Here are all Disney + shows and movies we know so far.
2019 is an exciting time to be a Star wars fan. Not only Star Wars: The rise of Skywalker theatrically in December, but Respawn Entertainment is also launching Jedi Star Wars: Fallen Order November 15th. And if that was not enough, Disney + also launches this year, with a live-action Star wars series the first day in the form of Jon Favreau The mandalorian.
In addition, Disney + will eventually have season 7 of Star Wars: The clone war, a Thief A prequel series, and the entire library of Star wars movies.
- The mandalorian
- Rogue One Prequel Series
- Star Wars: The Clone Wars (Season 7)
- Star Wars Movies
- Star Wars Rebels
The Marvel film universe as a whole (minus the Netflix series rated R) will come to Disney + at some point, with the vast majority of the MCU available at launch. Later, Disney + will develop the MCU with original series based on Loki, Scarlet Witch, Vision, Falcon, The Winter Soldier, Hawkeye, etc. There will also be an animated series called And what would happen if …? Imagine other MCU scenarios, with franchise players taking over their roles in the series.
- Loki Prequel Series
- The hawk and the winter soldier
- Hawkeye Series
- And what would happen if …?
- Marvel film universe
Disney + will host almost all of the Disney 's safe films, including its real action movies and its gold mine of feature films. Disney + will have original films, with remakes of Honey, I have reduced the kids and The trap of the parents in the works, and live adaptations of the Lady and the Tramp and Sword in the stone also in development.
- Diary of a woman president (Film)
- Disney Animation Library
- Disney Live-Action Library
- Don Quichotte (Movie)
- Father of the Bride (Film / Remake)
- Flore and Ulysses (Movie)
- Honey, I narrowed the kids (Movie / Remake)
- Lady and the Tramp (Real Action Movie)
- Magic Camp (movie)
- Noelle (Movie)
- The magician of the paper (film)
- The parental trap (Film / Remake)
- The film Phineas and Ferb (Film)
- Stargirl (Movie)
- The sword in the stone (real action movie)
- Three men and one baby (Remake)
- Timmy Failure (Movie)
- Togo (Movie)
Most of the original Disney Channel programs will be broadcast on Disney +, as well as original content. One of the most interesting TV projects underway for Disney + is The Sandlot TV series, which will see the distribution of the original cult movie resume their roles.
- Book of Enchantment (TV Series)
- Disney Channel Shows
- High fidelity (TV series)
- High School Musical: The Musical (TV Series)
- Love, Simon (TV Series)
- The Mighty Ducks (TV Series)
- Monsters at Work (TV Series)
- The Muppets (TV Series)
- The Sandlot (TV Series)
Most Pixar movies will be on Disney + at launch, in addition to the studio's short films and some original content, like Forky asks a question.
National Geographic and documentaries
Disney + will feature content from National Geographic, in addition to the original docuseries. A couple who will be available for launch service is The world according to Jeff Goldbum and Marvel's Hero Project.
21st Century Fox
With the purchase of 21st Century Fox by Disney, Disney has access to all the movies and TV shows produced by Fox for years. Fox's R-rated movies should be added to Hulu, while many more will likely end up on the Disney + streaming service at some point. At launch, we know that the 30 seasons of The simpsons available on Disney + through the purchase of Fox, which could very well be a selling point for some consumers.
Disney + launches on November 12th.