Through its official Twitter account, Disney announced this week how its new Disney+ catalog, its new OTT to be launched next November 12th in the US, will be set up. The new platform will feature the entire catalog of the company, which includes Marvel, Pixar, Star Wars, Fox and National Geographic productions, apart from several classic titles.
Apart from that, Disney has also released a more than three hours video, where it shows the more than 350 productions to be integrated on its OTT in detail. The list includes classics such as Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937); Pinocchio (1940); Dumbo (1941); Bambi (1942); Cinderella (1950); Treasure Island (1950); Peter Pan (1953); The Simpsons (1989); Toy Story (1995); Monsters, Inc (2001); Star Wars: Attack of the Clones (2002) and Lilo & Stitch (2002), and others, including The Mandalorian (2019), one of its most recent productions, which will also be included on the platform.
In Latin America, Disney plans to launch Disney + in 2020, according to what the company reported at its D23 Expo 2019 event.