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Disney Plus: Everything you need to know

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Chadwick Boseman portrayed Black Panter in three Marvel films, all of which stream on Disney Plus. 

Disney Plus – , the hub for watching almost everything Disney produces, has been an unrivaled hit among the wave of new streaming services launching over the past year. Disney Plus – streams shows and movies from Disney –  franchises, including Star Wars – , Marvel –  and Pixar, and all the family-friendly movies and animation from Disney itself. It also has originals, plus programming it acquired by taking over Fox, such as The Simpsons –  and X-Men movies.  But with the COVID-19 pandemic – shuttering cinemas and forcing families to entertain themselves at home – /news/netflix-coronavirus-boom-seems-obvious-is-it-a-fantasy/, Disney has changed Disney Plus – ‘ role, making the service a bigger and earlier part in the release cycle for some of its other films. On the bright side for movie fans starved of their summer blockbusters, that’s meant a string of surprise home releases. But the pandemic has shuttered much of Disney’s filming – /news/disney-will-pause-production-of-live-films-amid-coronavirus-pandemic/ of new shows and movies, delaying some of Disney Plus – ‘ high-profile originals. 

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The Falcon and the Winter Soldier – /news/marvels-falcon-and-the-winter-soldier-on-hiatus-due-to-coronavirus-concerns/, originally planned to be its first live-action Marvel original series released in August, won’t hit Disney Plus until next year – /news/disney-plus-delays-marvel-show-the-falcon-and-the-winter-soldier-until-2021/. The release plans for other Marvel shows are unclear. WandaVision –  with Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany originally was set to come in December; a Loki series featuring Tom Hiddleston –  was slated for spring 2021; and a Hawkeye series was aimed for fall 2021, starring Jeremy Renner and featuring Kate Bishop, who in the comics becomes a second Hawkeye. But Disney hasn’t confirmed release dates for any of the Marvel programs. WandaVision’s trailer premiered during the Emmys telecast Sunday, saying only that WandaVision is “coming soon.” (Fans of The Mandalorian can relax: The second season of Disney Plus’ newly minted Emmy winner will premiere on the service Oct. 30.)But the pandemic has meant dramatic changes for Disney’s film releases. At first, Disney Plus –  simply started streaming already-released movies months earlier than planned. Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker –  began streaming three months early
on the May the Fourth fan day. Before that, Disney released animated hit Frozen 2 –  three months early as well, and Pixar’s Onward –  landed on Disney Plus just weeks after it premiered in theaters.  Then Disney started ratcheting up the streaming releases of new movies too. In July, Disney Plus got a bump in interest as it released its film version of – – . The Hamilton film arrived on Disney Plus more than a year earlier than its originally planned theatrical debut in October next year. One research firm estimated that Hamilton was the most-streamed title – of any service that month, even tripling the popularity of Netflix’s biggest hit in the period.  Sign up for Disney Plus – The biggest change was Disney’s release of its live-action remake of Mulan – /news/disney-plus-mulan-everything-we-still-dont-know-unanswered-questions/. The mega-budget film was released on Disney Plus – /news/disney-mulan-release-date-online-disney-plus-sept-4-30-dollars-us/ in September as a $30 add-on to the service’s regular subscription price. Mulan – /news/mulan-on-disney-plus-exciting-vibrant-emotional/ was supposed to hit theaters in March but was delayed repeatedly because of the pandemic. So Disney skipped theaters to stream it instead, a move that would have been unthinkable six months earlier. The decision marks an unprecedented approach to releasing a movie that had been destined to be a blockbuster back when theaters were open worldwide, and it’s a major departure from the rigid windows that usu

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