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Everything We Know About Disney’s New Streaming Service

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If you love Disney movies, your life is about to get a little brighter with Disney’s new streaming service, Disney+. What does this mean? The streaming service will include Disney’s entire motion picture library, including movies that have been in “the vault.” Step aside, Netflix. There’s a new streaming service in town.

What’s ‘The Vault’?

Disney CEO Bob Iger revealed in March 2019 that Disney+ will at some point “put its [Disney’s] entire motion picture library on the service, including movies that have traditionally been kept in its archives.” You have probably heard ‘the vault’ referenced in advertisements. Disney occasionally stops printing new copies of certain films, putting them in ‘the vault’ to focus on other projects.

However, Disney eventually re-opens ‘the vault’ and releases a new version of a Disney classic to increase sales. Recently, The Little Mermaid re-emerged from ‘the vault’ with a “Signature Edition” after staying “under the sea” for six years.

So, when you hear the news that a beloved Disney movie is going into ‘the vault,’ don’t worry. It’s not gone forever. It’ll be back in a few years better than ever before.

Bringing Back The Classics

Disney+ is welcoming you to “be our guest” with hundreds of films to watch on what could become the best streaming service ever made. You can easily watch Disney classics, including Beauty and the Beast, The Lion King, Snow White, Pocahontas.

The streaming service will also feature other Disney films you probably haven’t seen since your childhood. This includes Fantasia, Pinocchio, The Jungle Book, and others. You don’t have to buy the DVDs to feel nostalgic.

Cheaper Than Netflix

While a release date hasn’t been officially announced, Iger predicts the streaming service will launch by the end of 2019. Iger also promises Disney+ will be cheaper than Netflix. The service also plans to include new television shows, including the first-ever live-action Star Wars show, The MandalorianNow your favorite Disney movies will be just one click away. We couldn’t imagine anything better than that.

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