So the movies that you speak of that have traditionally been kept in a vault and have been brought out every few years will be on the service.
Disney+ will launch later this year and bring with it a number of original shows, one of which will be a live action Star Wars series. According to Polygon (via MacRumors), during the entertainment giant's stockholders meeting last week, company CEO Bob Iger passed along some information related to the streaming service.
Disney has dozens of movies in its vault and in its entire collection-classics like Dumbo, The Little Mermaid, and 101 Dalmatians, and new favorites like Frozen. How about sifting through the entire Disney vault?
Disney will lift its entire "vault" program when it launches Disney Plus later this year, which means the streaming service will carry any and all animated films that it has released, The Verge reports. Basically, it's the name given to the company's policy of making individual films only available for a limited time period.
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The list includes the Marvel franchise and Disney Pixar.
Iger also confirmed that newer Disney movie releases will make their way to Disney+ within a year of being released in cinemas, so you can quickly catch up with the adventures of Captain Marvel and friends.
But in today's world, where consumers are accustomed to watching whatever they want to watch, whenever they want to watch it, a practice that's been codified by companies like Netflix, Disney's vault strategy feels antiquated.
While Iger didn't reveal a launch date for Disney+, he did say that the service will debut later this year.