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Discussion in 'Streaming and Digital Media' started by DaveF, Aug 8, 2017.
"Obi-Wan Kenobi" with Ewan McGregor confirmed.
Takes place 8 years after "Revenge if the Sith."
That last trailer, aside from the animated classics (and Poppins) doesn’t have any clips from vintage Disney, which makes me wonder just how much will actually be available.
The show is about a high school production of "High School Musical" so, as Travis mentioned, the clumsy repetitiveness of the title is part of the joke.
The trailer was about selling the service to today's kids and families, so I'm not surprised that they focused on the current heavy hitters. I'd say all of the vintage Disney that has been remastered in HD and isn't mired in controversy (a la Song of the South) will almost certainly be on there.
Dolby Vision comes to Disney Plus. https://www.highdefdigest.com/news/show/disney/4K/hdr/Dolby_Vision/Dolby_Atmos/Apps/Streaming/disney-set-to-support-4k-hdr-dolby-vision-dolby-atmos-user-profiles-and-more/44710
November 12th can't come fast enough for me.
I remember the Disney channel in the early 90's played the Planet of the Apes TV series from 1974. along with a lot of other content from Fox. I'm hoping that Disney + does the same. I am still leery about joining yet another streaming service, but that will make the decision easy for me.
Mando Party at my place November 12th!
Just wondering, for us Mac-heads, is it pretty much confirmed that AppleTV will have a dedicated app on day 1?
Round up on the announcements. Key takeaway: monthly fee is less than half of Netflix's.
Yes, it is confirmed for Apple TV, iOS, Android, Chromecast, Roku, Xbox One and PS4. No FireTV for now.
Here are some videos of the interface in action. You also get a glimpse of some classic Disney movies like “The Parent Trap”.
The following videos are clips taken from the video above:
Hopefully Disney doesn’t forces the videos to be removed but, I’d watch them soon just incase.
I apologize I have not gone through the whole thread. I will likely drop Netflix soon. I currently subscribe to Hulu and have had espn plus in the past. If I subscribe to the Disney app and want the bundle with Hulu and espn. Will I have to unsubscribe to Hulu and subscribe to Disney plus to get the bundle?
Didn’t Netflix make the last season of Clone Wars? How do those rights shake out?
I'm pretty sure that Lucasfilm owned those episodes and Netflix was only used as a distributor. Disney released them on Blu-ray and DVD so I assume they will be available on Disney +.
I would assume so, yes. But we really can't know until it launches...