Every part of Disney is making exclusive content for the Disney+ streaming service

Disney CEO Bob Iger spoke to investors during Disney’s quarterly earnings call about the forthcoming Disney+ streaming service at length, but he still didn’t offer any specifics. Pricing is still a mystery, and Iger didn’t say much beyond the end of 2019 for a release window. More information will hopefully become available following Disney Investor Day on April 11th, where Iger and his team have said they will discuss the company’s streaming plans in greater detail.

But we did learn one important thing today: Captain Marvel will be the first Disney movie that the company will completely withhold from its current streaming partners — meaning that it will be exclusively available on Disney+, and won’t be available on Netflix.


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