The streaming service launches on November 12 in the United States with prices set at $6.99 a month or $69.99 a year. It will also offer 25 original TV series and 10 original movies at launch. Disney+ will basically be available everywhere, from smartphones and tablets, to smart TVs, video game consoles, and web browsers.
Content will be divided into sections as seen in the user interface demonstration video below. As a result, a previous report stated that Disney+ will launch with 500 films from the Disney library along with over 7,000 episodes from Disney TV.
At launch, users will be able to access a collection of 13 Walt Disney Animation Studios films, which the company calls its Signature Collection.
Disney+ will launch on November 12 in the U.S. The story picks up six months after the original film and follows a character named Tylor Tuskmon (voiced by Ben Feldman), who is "an eager and talented young mechanic on the Monsters, Inc".
Some new Disney movies, such as a Lady and the Tramp remake, will go directly to the Disney+ app.
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In its annual Investor Day webcast, the company spoke in broad terms about its goal to bring its digital services to as many countries as possible. All 30 seasons of the animated show will be available from day one.
"What if Peggy Carter became a super soldier, and what if Steve Rogers stayed a scrawny kid but joined the fight using an armored suit built by Howard Stark?".
However, unlike Apple, which trotted out Hollywood talent onstage at Apple TV+'s unveiling but didn't show any footage, Lucasfilm unveiled the first footage from "The Mandalorian", a series exclusive to Disney+ that takes place in the Star Wars series five years after "Return of the Jedi".