You’ll soon have all the Disney movies you want with the click of a button.
The CEO of the Walt Disney Company, Bob Iger, announced last week that Disney+, the company’s new streaming service will have “the entire Disney motion picture library.”
The service, which is meant to rival Netflix, isn’t going to be released until the end of the year, but it’ll have a wide variety of movies and shows to watch. Classic movies and shows, Pixar films, and Marvel movies will all be available. The service will also offer new content made exclusively for the service.
However, the launch of Disney’s streaming service means they’re pulling all content from other platforms, a move we’ve already seen with Disney’s content on Netflix.
Disney’s vault, the name of Disney’s collection of films that are only available on DVDs for a limited amount of time, is also ending due to all movies being available to stream.
“The service, which I mentioned earlier is going to launch later in the year, is going to combine what we call library product, movies, and television, with a lot of original product as well, movies and television,” said Iger.
“And at some point fairly soon after launch it will house the entire Disney motion picture library, so the movies that you speak of that traditionally have been kept in a ‘vault’ and brought out basically every few years will be on the service. And then, of course, we’re producing a number of original movies and original television shows as well that will be Disney-branded.”
The cost of the service hasn’t been announced, but it’s predicted to be cheaper than Netflix.