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Disney streaming service just got a lot bigger

Disney streaming service just got a lot bigger

Those movies will join Disney's new streaming service set to launch some time in 2019. According to Iger, "We've now decided we will put the Marvel and Star Wars movie on this app as well".

In deciding to retain the rights to two of its biggest franchises, including superhero movies like "Avengers" and the annual "Star Wars" sequels and spinoffs, Disney is giving up tens of millions of dollars per movie it now receives from Netflix. Disney announced Thursday it would officially move those titles to its streaming service, removing the entire franchise collections from Netflix. On the TV side, we're going to create four to five Disney-branded TV series for the app. First, he announced that the product would not be offered in the US until late 2019.

"If you're consumer, I think that you may ultimately be presented with all of these offerings where it feels like you're paying more and getting less".

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The decision also means that Netflix - which now has an exclusive deal with Disney to stream its new films - may not have any major titles from Disney after 2019, when their partnership ends. He declined to say how much subscriptions would cost.

Disney's decision to shift to its own app in 2019 will, however, bring an end to their Netflix deal, and remove a vast amount of Disney-produced content from the service. This is includes Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, Iron Fist, The Defenders and future Marvel-Netflix properties. The Disney-specific streaming service was only one of its projects, however - there was also news of an ESPN streaming service to be launched by the company in early 2018. In addition to including every CBS show known to man, All Access is the home of The Good Wife spinoff The Good Fight as well as their new Star Trek series Discovery.