Captain Marvel Will Be Taking Flight on Day One of Disney+

Marco Green
April 14, 2019

Disney Plus will roll out in the United States on November 12 at a price of $6.99 per month, well below the $13 monthly fee charged by Netflix, which holds a dominant position in the streaming sector.

Disney's announcements of its streaming service's full lineup and features included the official unveiling of numerous long-rumored series set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, featuring some of the most popular Avengers in their own solo (or paired) TV series. We estimate that these studios provide around 20% of Netflix's overall content measured by available hours, and closer to 40% of hours viewed on the service.

With Hollywood stars galore, Apple last month unveiled its streaming video plans along with news and game subscription offerings as part of an effort to shift its focus to digital content and services to break free of its reliance on iPhone sales.

Be sure to check out our YouTube Channel for reviews, news, information and more! . In the first year alone, 25 original series and 10 original films will debut on the service. All of the great animated films from your childhood (and before) will be available on the service at launch.

You can see the logo for the now-confirmed Falcon & Winter Soldier series in the images above, which will unite Captain America's two best buds for their own adventure (Anthony Mackie and Sebastian Stan are both expected to reprise their roles).

Other original content will include the National Geographic docuseries The World According to Jeff Goldbum; Monsters at Work, an animated spinoff of Monsters, Inc.; Be Our Chef, a Disney-themed cooking competition program; and Lady and the Tramp, a retelling of the 1955 animated classic.

Feige added that the Disney+ Loki series will be so large, and history-spanning in scale that its story is really something that could only be told over the course of a longform story, which really makes it seem as if when these series launch, they're going to be required watching for MCU completionists. In total over 7500 television episodes and 500 movies will be available.

In addition to originals, Disney+ will come with a deep library of existing movies and TV shows.

The fan frenzy surrounding the freshly released teaser for Star Wars: Episode IX - The Rise of Skywalker serves as a timely reminder of Disney's omnipotence at the box office.

But now movies that came out in 2019, and going forward, will be streamed only on Disney Plus.

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