Disney+ went live around midnight central time last night, and the first episode of its first live-action Star Wars series is available to subscribers. To celebrate and raise some hype for those that haven’t tuned in, they’ve dropped a special look at the series.
The announcement of the new subscription service was quickly followed by a host of Marvel shows – and, according to Kevin Feige, you’re going to need a monthly subscription to keep up with how those shows tie in with upcoming big screen movies.
Disney+ is less than a month away, and they’re flaunting the massive amount of content subscribers will have access to. From classic animation to nature documentaries to the latest CG extravaganzas from Marvel – it’s all there.
Disney drops its biggest news at the huge fan event, and this year is no different. Take a look at what Disney Studios and Pixar have planned for streaming and theaters.
Marvel Studios head Kevin Feige took the stage to talk about all of the upcoming projects – including a slate of Disney+ series that goes through 2022 and more details about the projects that debuted at SDCC.
Star Wars got a bunch of attention at the fan event – including new footage from Rise of Skywalker and some major Disney+ show announcements.
Disney+ garnered a lot of potential subscribers last night. Check out the first trailer for the service’s first Star Wars live-action series.
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The post merger schedule has been released, and there’s lots of Marvel and some surprise Star Wars movies on it.