Mayer along with Disney executives provided the first look at is a “functioning prototype” of the Disney+ assistance. They made it clear that the entire content will be available to download for offline viewing, although to a large extent, it seemed just like any other streaming program.
In addition, Disney is developing numerous original displays for the support (much of it highlighted in clips and sizzle reals that weren’t contained on the webcast). Those include a whole lineup of Marvel reveals which Marvel President Kevin Feige said would be closely tied into the studio’s films, and the Star Wars series “The Mandalorian” and a show about the “Rogue One” personalities Cassian Andor and K-2SO.

The ceremony may also highlight Disney’s portfolio of entertainment brands — that there will be sections for Pixar, Disney cartoon, Star Wars, Marvel and National Geographic. In every case, the speakers highlighted the existing library of films. Not all of those films will be available at start, but a lot of them are, with much more added over the first few years of operation (presumably as they’re freed up against deals with third parties such as Netflix).
The business stated the service will launch in the United States on November 12, also will have a monthly loading cost of $6.99 per month.
As when viewers will get to watch all this content, Disney Streaming President Michael Paull said the plan would be to roll out across North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Latin America for.

Executives confirmed that unlike Hulu and ESPN+, Disney+ will be entire ad-free, making all of its money from subscriptions. Kevin Mayer, Disney’s direct-to-consumer chairman also said the company is to offer a package of ESPN + Hulu and Disney + in a discounted product.

Oh, and Disney+ is going to be the streaming house of “The Simpsons. ”

Disney+ rollout
For instance, Disney explained that at launch, the service will include the entirety of this animation studio’s 13-film Signature collection, in addition to the first two Star Wars trilogies and “The Force Awakens,” and “Captain Marvel” along with other Marvel films.

Disney’s direct-to-consumer streaming approach took centre stage today at the firm ’s investor day. This strategy includes Hulu (in which the recently-closed Fox purchase has given Disney a contyrolling stake), ESPN+ and the Indian streaming agency Hotstar, but executives spent almost all of the time hyping the upcoming launch of Disney+.