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Disney+ subscription service launches in late 2019

5 monthes ago   |   By Android Central

After years of rumors and pixie-dust-fueled pipe dreams, Disney is finally ready to make its move in media subscriptions.
If you're a Disney fan, you know that trying to find its movies and TV shows online has been something of a quagmire. Some are on Netflix, some are on Hulu, some are on STARZ, some are only accessible with a cable subscription, and some are only available if you outright purchase them. It's a hot mess, and Disney knows that better than anyone. For years, Disney has been formulating its strategies, its content deals, and its development teams with the goal of gathering...
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Disney's long-awaited streaming service will be called Disney+

Disney's long-awaited streaming service will be called Disney+

5 monthes ago   |   By The Verge

Disney has announced the name for its upcoming streaming service: Disney+, scheduled to launch in the US in “late 2019.”
Along with the new branding, the company has also announced two more major shows that will be hitting the service. A second Star Wars spin-off will see Diego Luna reprise his role as Cassian Andor , set before Rogue One: A Star Wars Story , and Disney confirmed the previously rumored Loki series that will see fan-favorite Tom Hiddleston star once again as the iconic Marvel villain. Those shows will join already announced projects like Jon Favreau's The Mandalorian , as...
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Disney+ streaming service will launch in late 2019

Disney+ streaming service will launch in late 2019

5 monthes ago   |   By Engadget

Disney released its Q4 earnings on Thursday and, unsurprisingly, the entertainment juggernaut reported revenues in the billions thanks to strong performances from its media networks and studio entertainment (ie its...
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Disney's new streaming service will be called Disney+

5 monthes ago   |   By TechCrunch

We knew Disney was building its own on-demand streaming service, a la Netflix or HBO GO, but we didn't know the name.
Now we do. Disney's new streaming service will be called Disney+.
While there's been a few rumored names (it was misreported, at one point, to be “Disney Play”), word of this name comes straight from the Mouse House:
The Walt Disney Company's new direct-to-consumer streaming service will be called Disney+, launching in the U.S. in late 2019 pic.twitter.com/ut3ojyusB1
- Disney November 8, 2018
Disney+ will launch in “late” 2019 - which makes sense, as that's right around the...
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‘Pacific Rim' and ‘Altered Carbon' anime series headed to Netflix

‘Pacific Rim' and ‘Altered Carbon' anime series headed to Netflix

5 monthes ago   |   By Digital Trends

Netflix will bring a bunch of new anime series to its streaming library in 2019, including shows based on the Pacific Rim movie franchise and the live-action, sci-fi series Altered Carbon.
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Disney+ streaming service detailed for late 2019 Netflix attack

Disney+ streaming service detailed for late 2019 Netflix attack

5 monthes ago   |   By SlashGear

Disney will launch its Netflix rival in late 2019, the company has confirmed today, with ominous implications for the movies you might currently be enjoying on Netflix. The service has been in the pipeline for more than a year now, and will launch with Star Wars content among other things. Today, speaking on an investor call following the release of...
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