Anthony Mackie Reacts To New Falcon & Winter Soldier Disney+ Show

Disney+ Confirms Vision and Scarlet Witch, What If?, And More Marvel Shows

Disney announced Thursday that its video streaming service would launch in the U.S. in November, spotlighting its blockbuster-making studios as it takes on powerhouse Netflix. In the first year alone, 25 original series and 10 original films will debut on the service. "These will be both new and continuing stories, and one of the things we're most excited about is that these will be major storylines set in the MCU with ramifications that will be felt both through the other Disney+ series we're producing and are features on the big screen". The news comes just a little while after it was announced that the Falcon & Winter Soldier series is officially happening too.

As previously announced, Tom Hiddleston will also star in the Loki live-action series.

Also gearing up for streaming launches are: WarnerMedia, which owns studio Warner Bros (Lord of the Rings, The Lego Movie), HBO, and the rights to Netflix's biggest show, Friends; and Comcast's NBC Universal, owner of the USA version of The Office - another Netflix hit - as well as Jurassic World and Fast and Furious maker Universal. Will you be subscribing?

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The new entrants, with more expected, could launch a formidable challenge to Netflix, which has about 140 million paid subscribers in 190 markets, and to other services such as Amazon Prime.

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It isn't clear when the WandaVision will premiere on Disney+, but the Falcon & Winter Soldier series will premiere within the first year of the streaming platform. 2019 Disney Universe films such as "The Lion King", "Avengers: End Game", and "Star Wars: Episode IX" will be streaming exclusively on Disney+ after their theater run.

As revealed at the Disney+ event (via THR), the first episode of What If? asks what if Peggy Carter had taken the super soldier serum in Captain America: The First Avenger, leaving Steve Rogers as a scrawny kid who eventually joins the fight against the Nazis (and Hydra) wearing a metal suit made by Howard Stark? However, that show is apparently going to be called WandaVision.

The entire Disney Classic animated movie collection will be available at launch: This is the news that Disney nerds care about the most. All of the great animated films from your childhood (and before) will be available on the service at launch.

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