Disney Plus, the new Disney streaming service, will launch in the United States in late 2019. But when can overseas viewers sign up?
Marketing for Disney Plus is using a Fox brand - National Geographic - the first time Disney has been able to use a Fox property in their advertising.
Disney CEO Bob Iger confirms that the new Disney streaming service will officially be called Disney Plus, and will launch in the US in late 2019.
Disney will release all completed Fox movies following their January 1st, 2019 deal date. But what about movies that haven't yet started?
Popular MCU actors like Elizabeth Olsen, Tom Hiddleston, and more will appear in Marvel Studios' planned Disney streaming service shows.
Disney’s streaming service is developing live-action Marvel spinoff shows based on Loki, Scarlet Witch, and more, starring popular MCU actors.
Disney CEO Bob Iger says the company's streaming service - which he is calling Disney Play for now - is their 'biggest priority' for 2019.
As Disney gets ready to acquire 21st Century Fox, there's one big question remaining. What will the merger mean for existing Disney properties?
These incredible redesigns of popular Disney characters take fan art to an entirely new level.
Disney unveils the first wave of details and events for the D23 2019 Expo, and tickets for the convention will go on sale next week.
The latest reports suggest Disney is planning to continue their focus on "family-friendly" movies. So what will happen to Fox's R-rated franchises?
The Walt Disney Company will reportedly release all completed 20th Century Fox movies even after the in-progress studio merger is completed.