Disney’s Disney+ streaming service launches November 12 and details about its launch lineup (and beyond) have emerged. Only a handful of Marvel movies will be available on day one, but most of the Star Wars movies will be available, as will the Mandalorian live-action series. Also available, a slew of classic Disney and Pixar titles (e.g., Bambi, Finding Nemo, Inside Out). But most importantly, DuckTales — both the original 1987 series and the 2016 reboot — will begin streaming on day one.
Disney+ will cost $7/month or $70/year, which seems like quite a deal considering the sheer amount of content coming subscribers’ way. Disney claims that by year five, Disney+ will have over 10,000 episodes and 700 movies, and will gain 50 new series and 10 new movies every year.
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