During the 2019 Disney Investor Day unveiled additional information about its upcoming streaming service Disney+, including a first look courtesy of CEO Bob Iger.
During the presentation, the Mickey Mouse company announced Disney+ is set for a global launch on November 12, 2019. The ad-free service will cost $6.99 or an annual price of $69.99. Hulu and additional Disney services will be included together at a discounted rate in the future.
Disney+ will have over 400 movies and 7,500 TV episodes. The company will also unveil all of their classic animated films such as “The Lion King,” “Little Mermaid” and “Snow White.” Modern animated movies like “Moana” and “Frozen” will also be added alongside the upcoming live-action remakes. Also, all Pixar films, digital shorts, and upcoming shows are planned shortly.
The entire Marvel Cinematic Universe will be added to the streaming platform with “Iron Man,” “Captain Marvel,” “Iron Man 3”, “Thor: The Dark World” will be available during the platform’s launch. On top of the big screen productions, Marvel Studios is in the process of creating four original series for the subscription services. Currently, Kevin Feige has announced an upcoming Hawkeye and Loki miniseries, Scarlet Witch and Vision’s “Wanda Vision and Falcon and Winter Soldier” Actors from the Marvel Cinematic Universe have confirmed to reprise their roles.
The “Star Wars” universe is another addition to Disney+. “The Last Jedi,” Jon Favreau’s “The Mandalorian” series and a “Roge One” spin-off show are coming soon to Disney+
With Disney’s recent inquisition of Fox, material such as the first 30 seasons of “The Simpsons” and 250 hours of National Geographic content will be available on the platform.