Disney is ready to come to Netflix and Hulu. For a while, the beloved company has talked about its new streaming service, Disney +. They have already set in motion to begin preparing to launch the site. Recently, Disney completed their partnership with Netflix, meaning no new Disney, Pixar or Marvel releases will be available on the beloved streaming platform. There have also been lots of news about the original movies and TV shows that Disney is planning to publish on Disney +. But when should the new streaming site launch?
When Should Disney + Launch?
There is as yet no exact start date for Disney +, but we know that Walt Disney Company CEO Bob Iger confirmed that the high-profile streaming service is coming in late 2019. Iger explained, "What we're basically trying to do here is investing in our future. The features the company has made are all designed so long-term this business will be an important part of Disney's bottom line." He also revealed that the streaming service is the company's "top priority" in 2019
This works well for us because every movie comes out after Captain Marvel's release date March 8, 2019, including live-action versions of The Lion King Aladdin Dumbo and ] Avengers: End Game will not be available on Netflix.
How much does Disney + cost?
With Netflix raising their rates and Hulu dropping prices, we'll take a wild guess and say that Disney +'s prices will fall somewhere in the middle. Iger explained in 2017 that Disney +'s price reflects the fact that it will have significantly less volume than Netflix.
Does Disney + have its own original content?
Disney + wants its own original content beyond things coming out in theaters. So far, they are working on a live TV series focusing on the Marvel character, Loki with Tom Hiddleston, a possible Scarlet Witch series with Elizabeth Olsen, an animated Monsters, Inc. series, a live action Lady and Tramp remake and a 10 episode series Diary of a Female President about a 12-year-old Cuban-American girl among many others.
What happens to all the Disney titles already on Netflix?
Like most Marvel series that were on Netflix, almost all Disney titles will disappear from the streaming service and move to Disney +. However, canceled series such as Daredevil, Luke Cage and Iron Fist could arise on the new streaming platform by 2020.
Is there a Disney / Hulu partnership in the work?
Although Amazon Video and Hulu also grow larger – Netflix becomes Disney +'s biggest
On the other hand, Hulu will serve as a subscription service for adult oriented content with an edgier tone, that is, The Tailor & # 39; s Speech .
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