Get ready for Disney movie-marathons with the launch of Disney Plus later this year that will put everything from Sleeping Beauty to Captain Marvel at your fingertips.
Disney CEO Bob Iger announced Friday the company’s entire library will be available on the new streaming platform, Polygon reported.
That means nearly 100-years of Disney movies from the classics to recent movies will be available to watch and will also be home to the Star Wars film franchise, as well as Marvel and Pixar movies.
Disney traditionally released films to home video for a limited time before returning them to “the vault.” Now those movies will be available at any time.
With the launch of Disney Plus, it will end the streaming deal with Netflix.
What the monthly subscription cost will be has not been announced yet, but the company did say it will be less than Netflix.
Disney said the service will launch in late 2019.