We have some amazing news for the upcoming Disney+ streaming service. During yesterday’s annual shareholder meeting, CEO Bob Iger announced that all Disney movies will be included in the new platform. This will also include films that have traditionally been kept in the Disney Vault and were only periodically released to the public for short periods.
In the past fans have had to wait for their favorite classic Disney films to be released from the vault for purchase. This method proved frustrating for viewers wanting to add a classic film to their collection or share a timeless film with newer generations. That business model is about to change though, and fans will soon have the ability to watch any and all of their favorite Disney classics whenever they want. Adding this news to already announced new Disney+ shows and movies like The Mandalorian and a Disney Villains Show will surely put the service at the forefront of the streaming market. It was recently predicted that the service’s membership will eventually be larger than that of current streaming king Netflix.
We still don’t have official word on when Disney+ will make its debut to the public, but Disney has said it will be available by the end of the year. It’s also not known exactly when the full catalog of Disney films will be added to the lineup. We will be sure to bring you any new updates to Disney+ as they are released.
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