Disney's Streaming Service is Called "Disney+" and Launching in 2019

It's actually true! Disney's streaming service is coming out late next year and will be called "Disney+!!"

Not sure on how to write it out, but Disney Plus was officially announced yesterday as a part of Disney's fiscal earnings meeting and from how they described it the app is going to be a must-have!

Not only will we be getting a live-action Star Wars series directed by Jon Favreau called The Mandalorian, but an additional Star Wars series that will serve as a prequel to Rogue One and star Diego Luna was announced as well!

However, the biggest news when it comes to Marvel fans is that the standalone Loki limited series is official and will be the first piece of original Marvel programming for the service!

Other projects that were mentioned were a Monsters, Inc. series, High School Musical series, and a rebooted Lady and the Tramp.

The streaming service already has its website up right now if you wanted to see the brands that will be involved, but get ready to own another streaming service next year!

(Walt Disney Company)

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