12:31AM Friday 9 November
Disney today shared additional details on its planned streaming service, which will be called Disney+. Disney+, which will be home to Disney, Star Wars, and Marvel content, is set to launch in "late 2019," more than two years after it was first announced in August 2017. Read More »
71 Days Ago CEO Bob Iger announces details about new streaming service, including live-action Marvel, ‘Star Wars” series.
71 Days Ago Disney has been developing a streaming service of its own for quite a while now, but we never knew what this Netflix alternative will be called or when it’ll launch.
72 Days Ago Disney’s new streaming service will be called Disney+ and will feature new live-action series from the Star Wars and Marvel universes, Disney announced on Thursday during its fourth-quarter earnings call.
72 Days Ago Disney has announced the name for its upcoming streaming service: Disney+, scheduled to launch in the US in “late 2019.” Along with the new branding, the company has also announced two more major shows that will be hitting the service.
72 Days Ago Disney will launch its Netflix rival in late 2019, the company has confirmed today, with ominous implications for the movies you might currently be enjoying on Netflix.
71 Days Ago There have been a ton of headlines over the last day or so about Disney's new streaming service, which will launch next year and host everything from Star Wars and Marvel movies to spin-off TV series that features characters from those entertainment franchises and more.
72 Days Ago Disney announced today that it is developing a second live-action Star Wars show for its upcoming, newly named streaming video platform, Disney+, with actor Diego Luna reprising the role of Rebel Alliance spy Cassian Andor.