In a recent announcement made by Disney+, it has confirmed when the Missing Star Wars and MCU(Marvel’s Cinematic Universe’s) films will be available.
The Mouse House’s streaming service, after many months of development and anticipation, has finally launched today. While an important selling point of the platform is original programming like ‘The Falcon and The Winter Soldier’ and The ‘Mandalorian’, Disney+ is also taking full advantage of its vast collection of titles.
Over the past several years, the streaming service(disney+) has put together a gigantic media empire that consists of some of pop culture’s most popular properties.
Users can now search for the missing Star Wars and missing Marvel Cinematic Universe’s movies((like ‘The Last Jedi’ and ‘Infinity War’) on Disney+ itself and then go to a landing page for the film.
Here’s where people will be able to see the exact day the title will debut on Disney+. Here is the completed organized list:
- ‘Thor: Ragnarok’ – 05/12/2019
- ‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ – 26/12/2019
- ‘Black Panther’ – 04/04/2020
- ‘Avengers: Infinity War’ – 25/06/2020
- ‘Solo: A Star Wars Story’ – 09/07/2020
- ‘Ant-Man and the Wasp’ – 29/07/2020
At present, all the mentioned films are available on Netflix and will remain on Netflix until their special deals expire. But even when the missing movies do move over, Disney+ will not become their regular broadcaster.
Netflix’s authorizing deal with Disney stipulates all films released somewhere between January 2016 and December 2018 must return to the streaming service(Netflix) around 2026.
Disney+ will allow its users to download all types of content, and any downloaded TV shows and movies will remain on the account, even if that particular content leaves Disney+.
So, fans and viewers will have to remember to download the movies they want to keep before the rights return to Netflix.
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