Although Disney didn't reveal bundle pricing, it did confirm Disney+ itself will cost $6.99 a month or $69.99 yearly when it launches on 12 November.
Later this year, Disney is launching its own rival video streaming service.
Disney+ will offer ad-free programming with a variety of original feature-length films, documentaries, live action and animated series and short-form content, along with unprecedented access to Disney's incredible library of film and television entertainment.
This original content will come from 'some of the industry's most prolific and creative storytellers, ' the company said.
On Thursday, Disney announced three original Marvel-based TV shows would be developed for the platform.
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Because each service offers its own selection of content, many of which are exclusive, it's not a matter of, say, subscribing to Netflix or Hulu or Disney+. However, Netflix and Amazon have been getting bigger and better with their original content over the past few years.
Disney+ will be ad-free, supported exclusively by subscription fees, and available on as many platforms as possible: from disneyplus.com to smart TVs, connected streaming devices including Roku and PS4, and include offline viewing.
Disney is hoping to undercut Netflix by charging less ($6.99 per month compared to Netflix's USA starting price of $8.99), though it's now unclear how these prices will translate in the UK. "This gives you the sense of how he plan to explore the MCU and fresh and exciting ways in the series.in addition new and returning cast members will be lending their voice to their animated counterparts". The service is promising the first year to provide more than 500 movie titles and 7,500 episodes of programming.
Disney+ is a direct-to-consumer streaming service but the company will continue to build walls around its theatrical releases under Disney and now Fox.
The service, called Disney Plus, will cost $US6.99 ($NZ10.40) per month.