During Disney's investor presentation today, Disney+ unveiled their plans for the series, movies, classics and upcoming exclusives that will be available on the streaming service when it launches on November 12.
Disney will be offering Disney+ to its United States customers starting from 12 November 2019 onwards for Dollars 6.99 (~RM 28.81) while a yearly subscription is available for USD 69.99 (~RM 280). Disney also owns a controlling stake in streaming service Hulu.
Star Wars fans will be excited to know that all of the Star Wars movie will roll out on Disney+ within the first year of launch.
Disney Plus is preparing an insanely exciting slate of content day one for fans.
Currently, the PlayStation 4 is the only system Disney has actually confirmed will be receiving the service. All Pixar films will be available on the first year of launch, with theatrical shorts, including the Oscar-winning Bao, watchable at launch.
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Earlier this week, the company announced it will premiere a "Monsters, Inc." spin-off TV series to on the streaming service in 2020.
The entire "Skywalker Sage" of Star Wars will be made available on Disney Plus, including all recent films, within a year of the service's launch. The Series, live-action version of Lady and the Tramp, and more.
The Investor Day event featured remarks from The Walt Disney Company's senior management team, including Robert A. Iger, chairman and chief executive officer; Kevin Mayer, chairman, Direct-to-Consumer and International; Christine McCarthy, senior executive vice president and chief financial officer; Lowell Singer, senior vice president, Investor Relations; and Jimmy Pitaro, president, ESPN and co-chair, Disney Media Networks. Diego Luna and Alan Tudyk will be joining forces once again for a new show based on Cassian Andor for the streamer.
More than 250 hours of National Geographic documentaries and series will be on Disney Plus on day one, including award-winning films like "Free Solo" and "Jane" and series "Brain Games" and "One Strange Rock".