Disney CEO Bob Iger Claims D23 Members Will Get Early Access to Disney+. According to Buzzfeed reporter, Adam B. Vary, Bob Iger may have let it slip that Members of D23, the biggest group of hardcore Disney Fans, will be the first to get access to the highly anticipated Disney Plus (Disney+) streaming service before it launches in November 2019.
Vary posted to Twitter the claims that Bob Iger let the news slip during Disney’s Quarter Three earnings meeting with Disney shareholders and investors, but the news was really meant to go public at the 2019 D23 Expo, which is set to take place in just a few weeks (August 23-25).
Bob Iger scoops himself by announcing during the Disney Q3 earnings call that members of Disney's fan club D23 will be the first who will be able to subscribe to Disney+. This announcement likely was going to happen at the D23 expo in Anaheim later this month.
— Adam B. Vary (@adambvary) August 6, 2019
Many Disney Fans have been wondering if Disney+ would have beta-testing before launching this November, but it appears that only members of D23 will get the chance at testing out Disney+ before it launches to the public. For those who are dedicated Disney Fans and belong to D23, the biggest Disney Fan Club, this will come as very exciting news!
D23 Members, who are lucky enough to sign up for the service early, would become the first to try it out and view plenty of Disney, Pixar, Lucasfilm, Marvel Studios, Fox Searchlight, and Blue Sky entertainment! Check out the full list of launch day content for Disney+ by CLICKING HERE.
Disney+ is set to publicly launch on November 12, 2019.
What are your thoughts on Disney’s decision to reward their biggest fans with this special offer? Do you wish they would offer beta-testing outside of D23? Will you be getting Disney+ when it launches this November? Which films are you most excited to see and what movies do you hope get added soon? Let us know what you think in the comments! We would love to hear your opinions!
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