The dreaded day has come: Disney is going to stop adding Marvel movies to Netflix.
The disappointing move will begin with the upcoming film, Captain Marvel. This newest movie and those to follow will be reserved for streaming on Disney’s own platform, Disney+.
Disney CEO, Bob Iger, confirmed earlier this week that Marvel films will be exclusively streamed on Disney+, beginning with Captain Marvel, which premieres on March 8th, 2019.
Iger states, “What we’re basically trying to do here is invest in our future,” noting that the move is “designed so that long-term this business will become an important part of Disney’s bottom line . . . This is a bet on the future of this business.”
It is yet to be released if Disney and ABC-owned shows like “Grey’s Anatomy” will also be removed from Netflix and put on Disney+. The new Disney streaming service is set to launch later this year so keep your fingers crossed!
In the meantime, check out Marvel movies on Netflix like “Ant-Man and the Wasp” and “Avengers: Infinity War” while they are still available!
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