Hype is building for the Disney Plus service, with a huge raft of titles set to come our way when it launches in the USA and Canada on November 12, and New Zealand / Australia on November 19.
It's even got all of the sequels you forgot existed, including Dumbo II and The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause (my condolences if you still remember that one). This will be easy for the loyal fans of Disney, especially since they'd be able to rewatch their favorites all the while getting a chance to earn money.
Don't get too excited - there are some strict requirements.
Nvidia's updated streaming box is called the Shield TV Pro
For example, the Shield TV Pro has a Plex Media Server built right into it. whereas it doesn't appear this one does. We already hold the Nvidia Shield TV in high regard, as it offers the best Android TV experience available.
G7: Facebook's Libra Shouldn't Be Launched Until Its Risks Are 'Adequately Addressed'
Again according to The Journal , numerous partners felt that Facebook has failed to sufficiently soothe concerns among regulators. The Libra board appointed Bertrand Perez as chief operating officer and interim managing director.
Helen Hunt is 'at home recovering' after auto accident
In the video, Hunt's black SVU is traveling through an intersection when it is t-boned by another vehicle without warning. Hunt was reportedly the only passenger and was sitting in the back seat when the collision occurred.
This is a dream side gig opportunity for Disney movie lovers.
Think you have what it takes? With this list, you can also map out which ones you'll be watching in the future!
With a solid lineup of new original and familiar classics getting released at launch, Disney+ will drop some new Star Wars into everyone's lives on Tuesday, November 11.
Current Marvel shows such as Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. have been reported to have a budget of around $6-9 million per episode.