Fans can finally prepare for the highly-anticipated Disney Plus streaming service, which debuts later this year.
Disney CEO Bob Iger and other executives unveiled new details about the upcoming streaming service during an investor presentation Thursday, teasing a mix of Disney archival classics and new original content.
With Disney+, Disney is looking to leverage its extensive lineup of properties across all of its subsidiaries, including Walt Disney Studios., Marvel Studios and Lucasfilm.
Captain Marvel will be available on day one of the subscription streaming service's launch, and so will Disney's entire Signature Collection. Via The Wrap, Disney Plus will be available starting November 12th of this year.
The founding trio, David Gelb, Brian McGinn and Jason Sterman, will also create and develop additional content for all Disney platforms.
Earlier this week, the company announced it will premiere a "Monsters, Inc." spin-off TV series to on the streaming service in 2020. If that wasn't enough, Disney+ will also have a Frozen 2 behind-the-scenes documentary. All Pixar films will be available on the first year of launch, with theatrical shorts, including the Oscar-winning Bao, watchable at launch.
For more on Disney+, be sure to check out the links below and stay tuned through Stars Wars Celebration for more news on The Mandalorian and more.
Among the exciting content on the service will be three live-action Marvel series, an animated Marvel series, two Star Wars live-action series, the upcoming High School Musical series, live-action films like Lady and the Tramp, Noelle starring Anna Kendrick, and Stargirl, and all 30 seasons of The Simpsons. The above image comes straight from Disney, so they clearly have intentions of the service hitting Switch.