Disney streaming service Disney+ will begin in November

Like already mentioned in the title above, Disney announced that their upcoming streaming service Disney+ will begin on November 12th. So if you are a Disney fan who loves Disney movies like cartoon classics, live action, Marvel or Star Wars, you can finally stream your favorite shows and movies in this service. According to the official site, Disney+ will have a monthly price of $6.99. Like other services such as Netflix and Hulu, the service will be available for mobile and TV devices. You will be able to watch shows/movies such as from Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars and National Geographic.

According to the site, members will have access to exclusive TV shows such as live action series on the Marvel characters like Loki, Bucky and Falcon and even What if stories focusing on Marvel characters. Fox will also be allowing the cartoon series The Simpsons in Disney+. Star Wars is planning on a live action series called the Mandalorian and a new season of Star Wars: Clone Wars.

How do you feel about this news? I mentioned this a while back that once Disney starts this streaming service, this means Disney will also remove Disney content from Netflix in this year. This means that Marvel movies like Avengers: Infinity War and Black Panther will no longer be in Netflix and Star Wars movies and TV shows will be gone.




Friday Funny Ep.18: The “S” word

S means sequels! What? You thought it meant school? No I meant movie sequels 🙂

TGIF! I actually got the “S” word from blogging friend Marvelously Mismatched from ignite18@MarvelouslyMismatched and her post about the “S” word. The reason I bring up sequels is because of upcomig movies from Disney and one from Marvel. Based on the announcements from D23 movies beside from the obvious titles like Star Wars Episode VII, Captain America, and Guardians of the Galaxy, will make a return. Movies such as Tim Burton’s 2010 Alice in Wonderland which the sequel is called Alice Through the Looking Glass. 2003 Finding Nemo will have a next film called Finding Dory. And movies you thought would never have a sequel like Toy Story, The Incredibles, and Cars. You can read the schedule here in the Tech Insider site. Plus, even though it belongs to Fox, the superhero movie flop (according to IGN) Fantastic Four 2015 will be getting a sequel regardless to the reviews in 2017.

Now that is done here is something to laugh. I added another location the TGIF posts, they will also be on the pages in a organized format:


Here is to end it for today:

Have a nice weekend 🙂 !