Disney Plus To Launch in November



USofA- Disney: owner of our childhoods and proprietor of our cinemas. Now, in November, the nostalgic and titan company is going to launch a new streaming service entitled Disney Plus.

Disney+ will be set to challenge already established streaming services, like Netflix and Hulu. The service is set to cost seven dollars a month or seventy dollars a year which is quite reasonable and cheaper than most of its soon to be competitors.

The service will include exclusive content and every Disney movie in the brand’s extensive arsenal. More specifically, Disney Plus will include Star Wars, Marvel, Pixar, National Geographic, and more franchises that live under the Disney brand name. Not only will Disney Plus stream already existent content, but the service is also set to release twenty five new original series within its first year.

Disney Studios upcoming releases: Frozen 2, Toy Story 4, Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, and a live action remake of The Lion King will all be making their first appearances on Disney+ exclusively, after their primary run in theaters. Captain Marvel will also be the first Marvel Cinematic Universe movie to not make its way to Netflix.

Furthermore, Marvel will debut several new series that will feature original MCU characters reprising their roles. The series will be based on Hawkeye, Falcon and Winter Soldier, Scarlet Witch and Vision, and The Avengers’ villain Loki.

Other new series that will be coming to Disney+ include, many Star Wars series, an untitled muppet series, a Monsters Inc. series, and so much more.

Disney will keep its family friendly motif by not streaming any R-rated films or series on Disney Plus, the content will be kept to PG-13 rating or below. Anything that pushes the PG-13 boundaries, such as Marvel’s Deadpool, will be available on Hulu.


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