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Disney+ Trailer Will Make Your Jaw Drop At All The Content

Disney has released a trailer for Disney+, giving potential subscribers a peak into its large content library. Disney+ is aiming to be one of the biggest subscriptions services available. New Star Wars shows, series set in the MCU, and much more will be part of the program.

Disney has always been popular, but it's in recent years that Mickey Mouse has gained notable dominance over the film industry. In 2019 alone, Disney has made billions thanks to the release of Avengers: Endgame, The Lion King, and more. The trend will surely continue into the end of the year with the release of Frozen II, and of course, Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker. Perhaps the biggest Disney-related news, however, is the arrival of Disney+. Launching in November, Disney is bringing all its properties under one roof. Prior to this, a bunch of the movies could be found on Netflix and other services, but not every Disney feature is readily available for streaming. This is all about to change, though, because Disney+ is going to be including their classics alongside new productions.

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Disney has released a trailer highlighting a number of movies and content that will be available on Disney+. From recent releases like Toy Story 4 to classics such as Pocahontas, the video targets both nostalgia and recent fandom. Check it out below.

Although a lot of the recent releases take prominence, the video does show plenty of the classics. Fantasia, 101 Dalmatians, and the classic Disney Princess movies are all there. It can be easy to forget, but National Geographic will also be present on the service, as well as The Simpsons. The trailer doesn't even highlight all the new content coming to the service in the future. Simply put, Disney+ is going to be packed.

Many are likely wondering how well Disney+ is going to do. With a low price of $6.99 monthly, everything is pointing to it being a massive success, perhaps even more so than Netflix. Disney has a substantial library of critically acclaimed animated features, as well as live-action. Combine that with the MCU movies and Star Wars, there's something for everyone. Many fans are already preparing to sign up simply for the future new content. A chunk of the MCU's Phase 4 is going to be focused on Disney+, with shows such as The Falcon and The Winter Soldier and WandaVision. Likewise with Star Wars, there's going to be notable content, including the final season of Star Wars: The Clone Wars.

Disney+ launches November 12.

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