Disney Plus Unveils Exclusive Series, Movies, Launch Date & More


The best news about this announcement for Nintendo fans is the company's intentions to eventually bring the application to the Switch.

Disney will also contend with a new streaming service from Apple, which is expected to be released in the fall.

Disney will be offering Disney+ to its U.S. customers starting from 12 November 2019 onwards for United States dollars 6.99 (~RM 28.81) while a yearly subscription is available for USD 69.99 (~RM 280).

But now movies that came out in 2019, and going forward, will be streamed only on Disney Plus.

For more on Disney+, be sure to check out the links below and stay tuned through Stars Wars Celebration for more news on The Mandalorian and more.

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Disney+ will offer ad-free programming with a variety of original feature-length films, documentaries, live action and animated series and short-form content, along with unprecedented access to Disney's incredible library of film and television entertainment. The service is promising the first year to provide more than 500 movie titles and 7,500 episodes of programming.

Disney Plus plans to hit the ground running higher, further, and faster, launching the streaming service with Marvel's "Captain Marvel" on day one. Lucasfilm President Kathleen Kennedy teased it as "a thrilling spy series set in the Star Wars universe", and she also promised that there are "several more live-action series in development".

Other films set to debut on Disney+ including Timmy Failure from Oscar Winner Tom McCarthy (Spotlight), an Alaskan sled dog adventure titled Togo starring Willem Dafoe, Disney's live-action remake of Lady and the Tramp, the Christmas comedy Noelle starring Anna Kendrick and Bill Hader, and the Young Adult drama Stargirl based on the best-selling novel of the same name. There's also some National Geographic content coming down the pipeline, including a series called The World According to Jeff Goldblum.

Pixar's theatrical shorts will be made available on day one, including shorts featuring "Toy Story" characters Bo Peep, in "Lamp Life", and Forky, in "Forky Asks a Question".