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Disney Plus subscribers can stream brand-new feature-length films alongside their favorite Disney movies.
The current lineup of original films includes titles like the Broadway musical “Hamilton,” the fantasy movie “Artemis Fowl,” and Beyoncé’s new visual album “Black Is King.”
An annual Disney Plus subscription costs $69.99 while a monthly plan is $6.99 a month.
For detailed impressions, check out our full review of Disney Plus here.
The Disney Plus streaming library features an extensive collection of movies, including many Disney and Pixar classics, virtually every movie from the Star Wars and Marvel franchises, several National Geographic documentaries, and tons more.
There are even brand-new feature films made exclusively for Disney Plus, like a live-action “Lady and the Tramp” and the holiday comedy “Noelle”. Disney Plus also features exclusive musicals, like “Hamilton” and “Black Is King.” For documentary fans, there are plenty of Disneynature movies featured as well, including “Elephant”, “Dolphin Reef,” and more.
Additional original movies are also in the works, with new titles set to be released throughout the year and beyond.
Updated on 07/31/2020 by Steven Cohen: Added details about the Disney Plus release of “Black Is King” on July 31.
What is Disney Plus and how much does it cost?
Disney Plus is a streaming service with a huge array of existing and new movies and shows from Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars, National Geographic, and 20th Century Fox.
An annual subscription costs $69.99 a year while a monthly subscription costs $6.99 a month. Though a free seven-day trial was initially offered for new subscribers, this promotion is no longer available. A bundle with Hulu and ESPN+ is available for $12.99 a month.
Here’s everything you need to know about the service along with plan breakdowns. You can also read our full review of Disney Plus here.
What Disney movies are available on Disney Plus?
There are classic Disney films, like “Snow White” and “Mary Poppins,” recent releases, like “Frozen 2” and “Moana,” nearly everything from the Star Wars and Marvel franchises, and even more obscure fare, like “The Computer Wore Sneakers” and “Sammy, the Way-Out Seal.”
Disney Plus is also home to a growing collection of original movies produced exclusively for the streaming service. Some original titles available right now include the live-action version of “Lady and the Tramp,” the holiday comedy “Noelle”, the coming-of-age film “Stargirl”, and the fantasy movie “Artemis Fowl.”
Several Disneynature documentaries are also now available exclusively through Disney Plus, including “Diving with Dolphins,” “Elephant”, and more.
Over the coming months and years, Disney Plus will be rolling out even more exclusive movies, with offerings generally geared toward families.
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Source:: Business Insider – Entertaiment