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Disney’s highly anticipated streaming service is expected to launch Nov. 12, 2019. And Disney+ is sure to give all other streaming services a run for their money when it does. The cost of a subscription will be as low as $6.99 a month or $69.99 for a year, CNBC reports.
People are already planning their streaming service getaways once Disney+ arrives.
Me and literally every single one of my mutuals leaving Netflix for Disney Plus pic.twitter.com/kbu24wrziE— Peter B Parker ⊗/saw ffh☂︎ (@MJtingles) April 12, 2019
In a Twitter thread Thursday, Disney+ announced that it will have all Pixar animated shorts available on day one of its roll out. It will also include new Pixar shorts, including Toy Story spin-offs like as Forky Asks A Question, featuring the film’s newest character, and Lamp Life, featuring Bo Peep.
Disney gave Twitter users a glimpse into what the platform is going to look like and some of its features. The service will allow users to download content, which can then be watched offline. Viewers will also get to create their own profiles with customizable avatars.
All Pixar films and the Walt Disney Signature Collection will be available on the first day of launch. Subscribers will also get an inside look at what it takes to make an animated movie with Into the Unknown: Making Frozen 2.
Disney+ is expected to be available throughout much of the world within the next two years.
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Eilish O'Sullivan is an editorial intern for the Daily Dot studying journalism and government at the University of Texas at Austin. Her work has appeared in the Austin Chronicle and the Daily Texan.