This year has being one, many entertainment lovers wished they must see and experience when it comes to the number of anticipated contents expected to be released this year.
Many outfits have been dishing out content and Disney has refused to be behind.
Recently, the entertainment company showed off its content offerings on its new streaming subscription service, Disney+, which includes access to every Star Wars movie and an extensive movie library containing classics like Mary Poppins and Alice in Wonderland.
Disney+ will launch November 12, 2019 and
Subscriptions will cost $6.99 a month or $69.99 a year
The streaming service will be ad-free
Key offerings include upcoming projects like Frozen 2 and Marvel’s Loki
Disney+ chief Kevin Mayer says that “all content will be downloadable and accessible offline on an unlimited basis” (as long as people remain subscribers)
Content from National Geographic, acquired with 21st Century Fox, will be a part of the Disney+ streaming subscriber service.
Loki, The Falcon and The Winter Soldier, hawkeye and WandaVision have all been confirmed as Marvel’s new series on #DisneyPlus.
And trust me there will be more to come.
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