Disney's new streaming service, called Disney +, will be launched at the end of 2019. And the entertainment company made banking transactions at Loki, Cassian Andor, and other characters in a large portfolio to lure fans from streaming champ and soon became a competitor to Netflix.
Disney CEO Bob Iger spilled peanuts during an income call with investors. Direct streaming services to new consumers will be built around the studio Disney pseudonym, along with Pixar, Marvel, the Star Wars franchise and also National Geographic.
What's more, through a recent acquisition of US $ 71.3 billion from 21st Century Fox, Disney will also control 60 percent of Upstream and use Fox assets to increase its content range.
Although it's still too early to determine what Disney might be wearing for potential customers, some of the content that will be available at Disney + is starting to take shape.
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There will be a new live action Star Wars the series planned by Lucasfilms to be produced next year, where you will be able to follow the adventures of Rebel Cassian Andor's spy, played by Diego Luna, during the formative years of the Rebellion and before events Rogue One: The Star Wars Story.
Earlier it was revealed that producer and actor Jon Favreau would write and produce executives The Mandalorian, A series of direct actions after the fall of the Empire and before the appearance of the First Order.
Iger also confirmed that Marvel Studios developed a series around the popular famous god Loki, described by Tom Hiddleston.
And Disney CEO told CNBC that thousands of hours of "library" products, including films, TV shows, and other content intended for Disney hardcore fans, will be available.
"It will be very centric," said Iger. "We have the opportunity to retract a little curtain and show them things they've never seen before, including the great documentary series on Walt Disney Imagineering." That's the division of the company that dreams of attractions in Disney amusement parks.
Disney + will also show new stories in the world Monsters, Inc.and Disney Channel High school music.
Disney announced as far back as August 2017, that it would attract its films from Netflix, a sign of a battle next year that might take the superhero to determine the winner.
– USA Today